Different Veils for Different Governments: The Veil of Ignorance in Shaping the Italian Decentralization
Emma Galli () and
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Emma Galli: University of Rome Sapienza
Chapter Chapter 9 in Behind a Veil of Ignorance?, 2015, pp 155-168 from Springer
Abstract We apply the idea of decision-making behind a veil of ignorance in the constitutional phase developed by Buchanan and Tullock (1962) to the process of drafting the Italian Constitution in 1948, especially with respect to the territorial organization of the Italian State.
Keywords: Power Relation; Title Versus; Local Autonomy; Italian Constitution; Legislative Proposal (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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