TITLE

L'ISTITUZIONE DELLA SCUOLA MEDIA DI COMMERCIO A PALERMO TRA '800 E '900

AUTHOR(S)
Lentini, Rosario
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Mediterranea - Ricerche Storiche;dic2012, Issue 26, p475
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The opening of the School of Commerce of Palermo was a major innovation to the educational system of the city and came about through an initiative of the Chamber of Commerce, which entrusted the material realization of the school to the Venetian professor Romeo Lovera. The event also highlighted the intertwined economic interests of local traders and the initial attempt to induce the Chamber to exercise strict control over the school to put it at the service of local needs. Instead, the decision to make the institution conform to the national model prevailed. The school earned the right to add the title "Royal" to its name in 1907.
ACCESSION #
86439177

 

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