Stefan Couperus, Harm Kaal, Nico Randeraad and Paul van Trigt
– beyond the strict constitutional sense.
Whereas our title draws its inspiration from Dipesh Chakrabarty’s famous study on European thought in a postcolonial world, our setting is obviously far removed from his global outlook. Dipesh Chakrabarty: Provincializing Europe. Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference, Princeton 2007. For another ›lateral‹ usage of this perspective, see Kiran Klaus Patel: »Provincialising EuropeanUnion: Co-operation and Integration in Europe in a Historical Perspective«, in: Contemporary European History 22 (2013), p. 649–673. We are
from 2.34% to 6.77% of the general population from 2001 to 2011 , and the lack of preparation of Italian institutions, which makes Italy so important to study.
Italy experienced a number of decades of immigration before developing its first comprehensive policy in 1998, largely in response to pressure from the EuropeanUnion. Monica McBritton / Mario Giovanni Garofalo: »La legge sul immigrazione e il lavoro [The law on migration and work]«, in: Enrico Pugliese (ed.): Rapporto immigrazione. Lavoro, Sindicato, Societá [Immigration report. Work, Unions, Society], Rome
Restoration in Japan. Dongwoo Yoo, Richard Steckel, »Property Rights and Economic Development: the Legacy of Japanese Colonial Institutions«, in: Journal of Institutional Economics, First View Article (2016), p. 1–28, investigates how property right regimes were copied into Japanese colonies in Asia. More recently, the integration of Eastern European countries into the EuropeanUnion included substantial legal and institutional harmonization in the new member states. See for example Svetozar Pejovich, »Understanding the Transaction Costs of Transition. It’s Culture, Stupid