L'élite che governa Torino

Author/s Silvano Belligni, Stefania Ravazzi, Roberto Salerno
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/1
Language Italian Pages 21 P. 85-105 File size 763 KB
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Turin’s Ruling Élite ABSTRACT: The transition of Turin from one-company town to a postindustrial city has been led by an urban ruling élite (ECG), whose members have been identified through a combination of positional and reputational methods. Network analysis and qualitative research on the members of the group allow to outline the élite relational structure and its social and political profile, that looks pluralistic and policentric. By selecting a core group inside the network and analysing its social and political attributes some hypotheses emerge on the urban regime and the capability of this ruling élite to act like a collective actor.

Silvano Belligni, Stefania Ravazzi, Roberto Salerno, L'élite che governa Torino in "TEORIA POLITICA" 1/2008, pp 85-105, DOI: