By Mario Baldassarri
Over the last few many years, fiscal improvement in Italy has been tumultuous and, in lots of methods, contradictory. It was once in the course of those years that Italy turned a powerful and glossy commercial strength and ranked one of the six such a lot built nations on the planet. This e-book analyzes Italian business improvement and commercial fiscal coverage, and defines Italy's strategic place as she faces the unconventional foreign alterations of the Nineties.
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In the early 1980s, when worldwide disinflation caused by the second oil shock and by Italy's joining the European Monetary System led to the long-awaited recession, the Italian economy was in the best position to deal with it, partly because of the climate of cooperation with the trade unions (1). In reference to the classification used earlier, the reasoning is as follows: to achieve stabilization, it was essential that macroeconomic policy keep domestic demand in check after the oil shock had already reduced demand.
This conviction became the cornerstone of a theory of economic planning (on a large scale) with a view to creating industrial policy solely for the purpose of redressing the disequilibria created during reconstruction. The growing importance attached to unemployment in sociopolitical debate (3) in Italy during the early 1950s, and the increasingly (2) The draft laws included those of Malagodi-Bozzi of 1955, Lombardi-La Malfa of 1966, Tremelloni of 1958 and Carcaterra of 1959. (3) A particularly significant role was played by the second national congress of the Cgil trade union where the so-called Working Plan was developed.
Despite our favourable opinion of the above-mentioned shower of incentives, there can be no question that the industrial policy of the 1950s and 1960s lacked strategic vision, even as regards a point of reference for enterprises and for policymakers. This role could certainly not be played by the bureaucratic structure in its chronically weakened state. One of the factors which inhibited the creation of a strategic industrial policy was undoubtedly the role of public-sector firms first undertaken in the early 1950s.