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Cittadinanza multilivello, nuovi rischi sociali e welfare regionale
Titolo Rivista: ARGOMENTI 
Autori/Curatori: Luis Moreno, Alessandro Gentile 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2013 Fascicolo: 37 Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  23 P. 21-43 Dimensione file:  689 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ARG2013-037002
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L’articolo propone un’analisi concettuale dei fondamenti del Modello Sociale Europeo come sistema di welfare multilivello. In particolare, espone l’importanza della sussidiarietà amministrativa tra i diversi livelli della governance europea come un elemento centrale della cittadinanza sociale. Con questa espressione viene definita l’articolazione strategica tra legittimità sovra-nazionale e responsabilità sub-statale che ottimizza l’implementazione di politiche pubbliche. L’impatto dei cosiddetti "nuovi rischi sociali" (NSR) dipende dalle possibilità di sviluppo sociale, strutturale ed istituzionale delle comunità locali. In questo senso, l’autonomia fiscale a livello regionale è un aspetto centrale per garantire politiche redistributive e di solidarietà. Partendo da queste riflessioni, nell’ultima sezione si valuta come la governance multilivello possa rafforzare la cittadinanza sociale europea grazie all’interscambio di esperienze positive e innovative tra diversi stati membri, specialmente nell’attuale congiuntura di instabilità economica internazionale.


Keywords: Governance, Unione Europea, sussidiarietà, politiche sociali, comunità locali.
Jel Code: H790

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