BeschreibungFew established European democracies have undergone as much change as Italy in recent years, and here is a book that explores precisely what has been achieved - from a public choice perspective. The book pays particular attention to, among others, the introduction of the EURO, the reform of voting from proportional to majoritarian rule, and the switch from a highly centralized government to a federal organization.
InhaltsverzeichnisPressure on Bank of Italy: Evidence Using a Taylor Rule.
A Simulative Assessment of the Italian Electoral System.
Did the Italian Public Finances Converge to European Standards after the EMU?.
Are The Income Policy Agreements Of 1992-93 In Italy Still Valid?Towards A Theory For The Optimal Design Of The "Social Pact"In The European Monetary Union.
Laws and Legislature Size in Italian Regions: Which Will Be the Effect of an Increase in the Number of Legislators?.
Setting House Taxes by Italian Municipalities: What the Data Say.
How Do Institutions Shape Policy Making? The Transition from Parliamentarism to Presidentialism in Iitalian Local Governments.
Thirty Years of Reforms to Budget Rules in Italy: An Econometric Evaluation.
The "Demand for Justice" in Italy: Civil Litigation and the Judicial System.
The creation of Independent Authorities in Italy.
The Regional Organization of Hospital Care in Italy: The Effects of Asymmetry of Information and Soft Budget Constraint Rules.
The Channeled Italian Voters.
Untertitel: A Public Choice Perspective. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2007