It’s already ten years since Enrico Borghetto, Marcello Carammia and I started the Italian team of the Comparative Agendas Project. We were all young and full of enthusiasm for this enterprise. We started to collect data with virtually no funds, and thanks to the support of some more senior scholars. Slowly, the group produced a few articles.
And finally we managed to bring home this more ambitious work: a special issue on policy agenda in Italy, with articles written by a group of knowledgeable scholars.