Sabino Cassese

Poverty and nobility of Italian State

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Due to their long history of invasions and divisions, the Italians never had a sense of the State. Italian history is studded with dualisms that have characterized the stability and instability of institutions. Discontent has never resulted in a drive for development and in every era the problems have been circumvented.


  • Dualism
  • Instability
  • Development
  • Institutions
  • Organizational culture


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