Rosaria Lumino Enrica Morlicchio

The local minimum income schemes. Was it really a failed policy?

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The essay aims to analyze the «season of regional laws» which followed the abolition of the Minimum Income of Insertion (Rmi). Rmi is inappropriately considered the only Italian minimum income scheme which was based on selective universalistic principles. The contribution focuses on a comparative analysis of the local measures of income support implemented after the Rmi in some Italian regions. Particular attention will be paid to the kind of benefit, the eligibility criteria and the level of income support.


  • poverty
  • income
  • citizenship
  • social justice
  • activation


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