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... of legislative proceedings. After the first reform of Title V of the Constitution (1999), the new text referring to art. 123 described the instruments for regional people’s participation as the previous ...
The Author analyses the normative framework and the use of the referendum in Italy, at regional and local level. According to the Author, this level of the analysis could even be used as a preliminary ...
The new ordinary statutes of Italian Regions attempt to reconcile the more traditional instruments of representative and direct democracy with the new instruments of participatory democracy. While no original ...
... as federalism, fiscal federalism and health federalism (see first section). Then, in the second section, it investigates the main differences between the regional and federal State and verifies whether ...
... federalism theory as theory of regional integration, and it is concluded, that federalism theory indeed is a fruitful approach when analyzing regional integration projects both within and outside Europe. ...
The article argues that regionalism in East Asia since the end of the Cold War has been largely shaped by the interactions of China-US relations, influencing and determining the development and transformation ...
The purpose of this article is to propose a draft for an analytical frame for analyzing regional integration consisting of federalism theory and neo-functionalism. It starts out discussing the concept ...
48. A World Currency for a World New Deal
(Antonio Mosconi/Essay)
... more granted by the US. This opens up the possibility of cooperation among vast regional areas to establish a new world order, through the reform of the Bretton Woods institutions, the progressive institutionalization ...
... and Indian competing African policies constrain the European interregional strategy towards Africa? Building on Heiner Haenggi’s categorization, the paper investigates the extent to which the emergence ...
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