The Mezzogiorno (Problem Regions of Europe) e-book
by Alan B. Mountjoy
The Mezzogiorno book. The Mezzogiorno (Problem regions of Europe). 0199131007 (ISBN13: 9780199131006).
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THERE was a time when the problems of the Italian south, the mezzogiorno, seemed urgent not just for Italy but for all of. .Even so the mezzogiorno still has huge problems, which recession seems to be aggravating.
THERE was a time when the problems of the Italian south, the mezzogiorno, seemed urgent not just for Italy but for all of Europe. Then new members with even poorer regions joined the European Union and the issue slipped off the agenda in Brussels and Rome. Silvio Berlusconi's government does not even have a minister for the mezzogiorno-the peninsular south, plus Sicily and Sardinia. Whether the regional gap is growing or shrinking is itself a matter of dispute. According to Svimez, over the past seven years the economy in the south has grown more slowly than in the north.
Inequality among regions is not uniquely a European problem, but one common to many countries, both developed an. Mezzogiorno regional economies. The Experimentalist State?
Inequality among regions is not uniquely a European problem, but one common to many countries, both developed and. developing. The Experimentalist State? The state lacks information, but so does the private sector!
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Two contrasting European regions with very different relief are the Paris Basin in France and the Mezzogiorno Region in.The world-famous Brie cheese originates in this region of France. On the south-facing slopes in the east of the Paris Basin, viticulture dominates.
Two contrasting European regions with very different relief are the Paris Basin in France and the Mezzogiorno Region in the south of Italy. SRP 2. The Paris Basin is a low-lying syncline or downfold, and is part of the North European Plain. The fertile limon soils, deposited after the last ice age, and the low-lying relief have combined to make the Paris Basin a highly productive agricultural region. In the Champagne region of the Paris Basin, the world-famous sparkling wine is produced.
The problem is actually that people feel the need to group them together, even though they have major ethno-linguistic . The most ancient division of Europe though is into Roman/Southern Europe and non-Roman/Northern Europe.
The problem is actually that people feel the need to group them together, even though they have major ethno-linguistic, cultural, religious and historical boundaries running through between them: Estonia: Finnic-speaking, loads of Scandinavian influence, ruled by Baltic Germans for most of history, traditionally Lutheran . In the past, until like 19. century, countries like Germany, Poland or Sweden were referred to as "Northern kingdoms".
Chapter 26: The Dynamics of European Regions II: The Mezzogiorno Soils Thin upland soils as over half the land area of the region is mountainous Richer soils are found on the densely populated coastal plains Volcanoes of Vesuvius in the fertile plain of Campania and around Mt Etna in Sicily Deep layer of alluvial soils deposited by rivers and soils Common soil in the region is Terra Rosa - a red soil Only suitable for growing vines – winemaking.
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This report will outline some of the problems within the region and some solutions that will help to improve it and hopefully make it as successful as the North of Italy in time to come.