“Regions, what we don't know” – Report on the Regions

Regions, what we don't know.
Do we need more autonomy, more cohesion or more efficiency?”
edited by Paola Caporossi

Preface by Nicola De Michelis

Once again asymmetric regionalism is a key matter in the public debate: a crucial issue because of the results it can produce on the political, social and economic cohesion of a country in which the territorial dualism between North and South has never been overcome. For this reason, such an issue deserves great caution: it is important, on one hand, not to demonize the right to diversity that the constitutional recognition of autonomy entails and, on the other hand, not to underestimate the risks of social disintegration that a not presided path might imply. Before starting that way, therefore, it would be reasonable to be worried about the administrative machine that will deal with it.

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