Cavallaro, Maria Elena and Quagliariello, Gaetano Le transizioni mediterranee e il declino del modello continentale. Ventunesimo Secolo. Rivista di Studi sulle Transizioni, IX (23). pp. 9-31. ISSN 1594-3575 (2010)Full text not available from this repository.
The article made a distinction between the “continental model” and the “anglosaxon model” in order to understand the different role politics and state institutions played in Europe and in Usa. Afterword it explains how the State gain power during the Twenties and how it tried to maintain the role developed during the First World War and how it expanded its control on the economic field, coping with the raising role of interest groups and how the new trend made parliaments to loose part of its traditional functions obtaining a less important role in comparison with the one acquired during the liberal age. This trend in some state such as Italy and Germany led to dictatorship, whereas in other state even after the Second World War kept alive some “authoritarian relationship” within the industrial economic organization in exchange of a widespread wealth system. How long did it last? In the article I explain how and why it started to crumble during the Sixties when the model of social integration party went in crisis. In the last part I take into account three national cases – Italy, France and Spain ,and I analyze how they react to the new trend from the Fifties up to the Nineties according to their experience of institutional change.
|Subjects:||D History General and Old World > DC France
D History General and Old World > DG Italy
D History General and Old World > DP Spain
J Political Science > JC Political theory
|Research Area:||Economics and Institutional Change|
|Depositing User:||Users 14 not found.|
|Date Deposited:||25 Feb 2011 10:30|
|Last Modified:||29 May 2013 12:29|
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