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The Crisis and the State: from European Realities to Institutional Imperatives

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Anchored, by definition, in the logic of budget balance, the Victorian fiscal morality became today, in contemporary democracy, worthy to be displayed in the museums of economic history. Nowadays, the Keynesian doctrine – in its original version or in its reloaded post-crisis version – established a true status quo of budgetary deficits and public debts. Overwhelmed by the