The innovative assumption of this work aims to propose a further interpretative key, even though parallel and complementary to the previous ones used: to set up, describe and analyze the institutions’ performances and in particular those legal and political ones, in order to sharp the features in a first theoretical domain, which may lead to a non-optimal system output. In this discussion, political competition represents both a proactive base and a tool to empirically investigate the territorial reality in which administrators and policies are in time and space connected by reflecting the socio-economic models of the geographical areas examined.
|Titolo:||ESSAYS ON POLITICAL COMPETITION, ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION AND GROWTH|
|Data di pubblicazione:||15-giu-2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||Tesi di dottorato|