Join our Email List Berghahn Books Logo

berghahn New York · Oxford

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • Instagram
Browse
Emerging Themes and Institutional Responses

View Table of Contents


Series
Volume 16

Italian Politics



See Related
History Journals

Email Newsletters

Sign up for our email newsletters to get customized updates on new Berghahn publications.

Click here to select your preferences

Emerging Themes and Institutional Responses

Edited by Mario Caciagli and Alan S. Zuckerman

272 pages, bibliog., chronology, index

ISBN  978-1-57181-338-1 $135.00/£99.00 / Hb / Published (March 2002)


View CartYour country: - editClick here to view our Brexit Info

Due to uncertainty surrounding post-Brexit trade agreements deliveries to the EU may take longer to arrive and be subject to local import charges, for which the customer is liable. We encourage you to consider an eBook alternative or to go to your local bookshop for the print copy. Read the current information here

 Recommend to your LibraryAvailable in GOBI®

Description

Italian politics continue to chart new institutional paths. As governments change without the apparent instability of previous decades, political parties transform themselves and personalist modes of governance emerge. New policy concerns - immigration and highway safety - join with perennial concerns - health reform, regional governments, and economic policy. A former Prime Minister, Roman Prodi, now serves as President of the European Commission, highlighting Italy's deepening integration into the European Union. The volume addresses core themes in the institutional transformation of the Italian Republic.

Mario Caciagli is Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Florence.

Alan S. Zuckerman is Profesor Political Science at Brown University.

Subject: History: 20th Century to Present
Area: Southern Europe


Contents

Back to Top



Library Recommendation Form

Dear Librarian,

I would like to recommend Emerging Themes and Institutional Responses for the library. Please include it in your next purchasing review with my strong recommendation. The RRP is: $135.00

I recommend this title for the following reasons:

BENEFIT FOR THE LIBRARY: This book will be a valuable addition to the library's collection.

REFERENCE: I will refer to this book for my research/teaching work.

STUDENT REFERRAL: I will regularly refer my students to the book to assist their studies.

OWN AFFILIATION: I am an editor/contributor to this book or another book in the Series (where applicable) and/or on the Editorial Board of the Series, of which this volume is part.