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Power-sharing, ethnic quotas and ‘Others’: ‘Opportunistic alignment' as a strategy to overcome exclusion? Evidence from South Tyrol and Bosnia Herzegovina

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26 January 2021
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South Tyrol, an Autonomous province located in the north of Italy, is among Europe’s wealthiest regions, and the richest in Italy. Bosnia Herzegovina, a former Yugoslav republic, protagonist of one of the most disastrous wars of the modern era, is currently ranked among the world’s ‘hybrid regimes’ and captured-states.

Arianna Piacentini

PhD in Sociology and Methodology of Social Research (University of Milano), Arianna Piacentini is currently a post-doc researcher at the Institute for Comparative Federalism at Eurac Research. Since 2012, she has done research on post-Yugoslav and post-conflict societies, with a particular interest in divided societies and consociational institutions. Arianna has lived in Sarajevo and Skopje for many years, she loves the Balkans and she is passionate of Yugoslav history.

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https://doi.org/10.57708/b16880984
Piacentini, A. Power-sharing, ethnic quotas and ‘Others’: ‘Opportunistic alignment' as a strategy to overcome exclusion? Evidence from South Tyrol and Bosnia Herzegovina. https://doi.org/10.57708/B16880984

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