Public Governance of Welfare Services in Italy

  • Simona Franzoni
Part of the IIAS Series: Governance and Public Management book series (GPM)


The ability to respond to the needs of the population is increasingly becoming a fundamental element in the quality of economic development and the welfare growth of local, national and international territories.


Civil Society Public Actor Welfare Service Social Cooperative Local Health Authority 
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