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Francisco Cabrillo and Miguel A. Puchades-Navarro

decentralization into an analysis of reforms as they are being implemented seems more promising, since it allows one to formulate hypotheses about the relationship between economic performance over time and changes in decentralization. In his chapter ‘Democracy-­preserving institutions: the quasi-­federal system of South Africa’, Giorgio Brosio analyzes the process of decentralization carried out in South Africa after the 1996 Constitution. The case of South Africa is one of the most interesting among the current decentralization processes. This interest stems from the

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