Italian Case Studies in Energy, Transport and Water Management
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The regulations concerning local public services in Italy date back to the early 1900s, in line with the Giolitti law (Law No. 103, 29 March, 1903). This law, which allowed municipalities and provinces to hire and manage services deemed essential to local authorities, remained in force until the end of the 1980s, and allowed local authorities to take from the market economy those goods and services required to satisfy collective needs. Municipal authorities were therefore public enterprises operating in a single production structure and acting within a geographic reference framework.
KeywordsAudit Committee Intangible Asset Audit Firm Lombardy Region Local Public Service
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