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[Fifteen years after the birth of the Italian State (1875), the Minister of Public Education, Ruggiero Bonghi, issued a university regulation that included Administrative Science (hereafter AS)—associated with Public Hygiene—as an optional subject in the Faculty of Law programme. A few years...
[This chapter reconstructs the historical conditions that enabled Administrative Science to become independent within the knowledge field, and its institutionalisation in 1875, that transformed it into an academic discipline. In other words, it tries to answer the following question: how did a...
[This chapter initially describes the basic characteristics of the Italian university which, while drawing inspiration from the French and Prussian models after unification in 1861, accrued more original features. In particular, an in-depth study of changes in the legislation governing the...
[This chapter highlights how total war relaunched the political and scientific function of Administrative Science at the centre of the State, enhancing its peculiar theoretical-practical dimension. It assesses the conditions in AS when competitions were suspended due to the Great War, its...
[This chapter, after analysing the cultural and political reasons that led the new Catholic University of Milan to invest in the autonomy of Administrative Science in the 1920s and 1930s—the only case in Italy—explains Fascism’s lack of interest of in that knowledge. The regime, in fact, despite...
[In this book we have reconstructed the metamorphosis of AS from its academica autonomousness and institutionalisation in the 1870s to its deinstitutionalisation in the mid-1930s.]
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