Governing Italy: The Politics of Bargained Pluralism

Paperback | March 1, 1993

byDavid Hine

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This text book is a study of the contemporary Italian political system, analysing the party system, party organization, formal institutions of government (legislature, executive, judiciary, administration, sub-national government), and the impact of the European Community on the nationalpolitical system. It covers the implementation of recent reforms at both national and local levels, and assesses the debate on wider consititutional reform proposals.

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This book outlines the complex, bargained pluralism of contemporary political life, showing how the dispersal of power across a wide range of political actors makes co-ordinated decision - making a policy implementation extremely difficult.

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This text book is a study of the contemporary Italian political system, analysing the party system, party organization, formal institutions of government (legislature, executive, judiciary, administration, sub-national government), and the impact of the European Community on the nationalpolitical system. It covers the implementation o...

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This book outlines the complex, bargained pluralism of contemporary political life, showing how the dispersal of power across a wide range of political actors makes co-ordinated decision - making a policy implementation extremely difficult.

David Hine is at Christ Church, Oxford.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:396 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.94 inPublished:March 1, 1993Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198761716

ISBN - 13:9780198761716

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This book outlines the complex, bargained pluralism of contemporary political life, showing how the dispersal of power across a wide range of political actors makes co-ordinated decision - making a policy implementation extremely difficult.

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`The best general textbook available for Italian politics.'Dr John M. Foot, Churchill College, Cambridge