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Regioni e rappresentanza degli interessi: il caso francese
YVES MÉNY and Nicoletta Marcolin
Stato e mercato
No. 29 (2) (AGOSTO 1990), pp. 225-234
Published by: Società editrice Il Mulino S.p.A.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24650482
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The French republican tradition has always been hostile to any form of regionalization up to the 1960s. It is only under the pressure of interest groups (farmers, chambers of commerce, intellectuals) that the resistance to any change in the centralized structure of the State has weakened. This peculiar type of regional demands explains the strange mixture of political and corporatist features which caracterize the French regional institutions. However, the institutionnalisation of specific interests is not fully able to channel all the pressures. Outsider groups have to use the means and ways of usual pressure politics.
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