Multi-level Governance and Institutional Change: The Europeanization of Regional Policy in Italy

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Ashgate, 2004 - Social Science - 299 pages
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By examining Italian policies and patterns of state-local relationships, this book analyses the impact of reform of EU regional and cohesion policies. Providing a contextual overview of European policy integration, it focuses on how the development of transnational policy making affect the relationships between nation-state and supra-national institutions. In doing so, it questions traditional assumptions of territorial sovereignty and introduces new factors of policy reform and institutional change.

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