Italian Politics: v.4

Italian Politics: v.4 : A Review

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This fourth volume of "Italian Politics" documents in detail current events and changes, places them in an historical and theoretical context, and offers expert analysis by the contributing authors. It is intended that the work will provide the material necessary to identify some of the structural elements of the Italian political system, and will aid in developing an objective model to explain the enigma of Italian politics.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 250 pages
  • 158 x 230 x 24mm | 499.99g
  • Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • chronology, index
  • 0861878523
  • 9780861878529

Table of contents

The 1988 events in perspective - the apex of the conservative trend, Raffaella Y. Nanetti and Raimondo Catanzaro; the first institutional reform - new discipline in government activity, Pietro Barrera; public finance and public administration - characteristics amd limitations of the finance , Fillipo Cavazzuti; the political limits of European integration, Patrizio Bianchi; crisis and reconstructuring in the steel industry, Angelo Pichierri; the Bagnoli steel complex - too little too late or too much too soon?, Anthony C. Masi; Pininfarina, president of the confederation of industry, and the problems of the business interest associations, Luca Lanzalaco; "The Italian social movement - from Almirante to Fini", Giovanni Tassani; "the PCI and Occhetto's new course - the Italian Road to reform", G. Grant Amyot; rape reform in Italy - the endless story, Tamar Pitch; the Mafia and the antimafia - moments in the struggle for justice and self-governance in Sicily, Sabetti Filippo; the decision to provide a base for US F-16s and Italy's role in NATO, Eugene D. Price, Jr.
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