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  • 08 novembre 2018
    Interview BDI-President Dieter Kempf with Il Sole 24 Ore

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    Interview BDI-President Dieter Kempf with Il Sole 24 Ore

    1.Which are the main challenges that the German industry, the Italian industry and overall the European industry will have to face in the future? European Industry needs and wants to remain competitive and lead globally. First of all, the European Single Market needs to be completed. Europe needs a

  • 31 maggio 2018
    Il decennio perduto delle economie avanzate

    Commenti e Idee

    Il decennio perduto delle economie avanzate

    A distanza di dieci anni dalla crisi finanziaria del 2007-2008, vale la pena fare il punto sulla situazione attuale delle economie sviluppate, e domandarsi dove si troverebbero adesso se non ci fosse stata la crisi e, forse ancora più importante, dove sarebbero se prima e dopo il crollo avessero

  • 07 aprile 2018
    I danni dei dazi alla Fabbrica Mondo

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    I danni dei dazi alla Fabbrica Mondo

    Eterogenesi dei dazi. Imponi dazi per proteggere le tue fabbriche. E, così, le danneggi. Provi a regolare il commercio internazionale appesantendolo di tariffe con l’obiettivo di difendere gli operai e gli impiegati dei tuoi stabilimenti. Gli altri reagiscono mettendo a loro volta dazi sulle tue

  • 21 ottobre 2017
    Without theory, there is no empiricism

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    Without theory, there is no empiricism

    The Nobel prize in physics was awarded this year to three researchers (Weiss, Barish and Thorne) who empirically validated a century-old theory, originating from a sole equation that aims to explain the entire universe. Those among economists who aspire to make economics an exact science like

  • 11 maggio 2017
    «Fiscal money» may be a road for Italy to stay in euro and prosper

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    «Fiscal money» may be a road for Italy to stay in euro and prosper

    We cannot understand the limits of the euro if we do not consider the macroeconomic theory on which it was built. According to this theory, the economy is, yes, subject to continuous fluctuations, but it always rights itself again with self-regulation: small policy doses are enough to return it to

  • 10 novembre 2015
    Observatory on Italy

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    Observatory on Italy

    If ‘Sole’ is 150 years old, then I am 30. In fact, I am much older than that: what I mean is that I have been writing for ‘Il Sole 24 Ore’ for 30 years.

  • 30 ottobre 2015
    In the Relay Race of Growth, the US and Europe Got the Baton Back

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    In the Relay Race of Growth, the US and Europe Got the Baton Back

    The new unemployment benefits in the United States are the lowest in 42 years (and in 1973, there were 110 million fewer Americans). In the last quarter, American GDP slowed down—but not by as much as it seems. The tears of the stocks have lowered the growth rate to 1.5 percent, yet the private

  • 29 ottobre 2015
    The Fed's Lack of Transparency: The Lament of Bankers

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    The Fed's Lack of Transparency: The Lament of Bankers

    The US Federal Reserve continues to leave its intentions shadowy largely due to pressure by bankers and politicians. Higher interest rates and fewer banking regulations: that’s considered the normal state of affairs that international finance would like to return to. but an uncertain Fed is giving

  • 22 agosto 2015
    The Crisis Does Not Kill the Dragon

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    The Crisis Does Not Kill the Dragon

    The month of August has never been restful for finance. It was during the summer heat of 2007 that the tentacles of that financial crisis that would lead to the Great Recession began to untangle. In August 2011, the stock exchanges crumbled from America to Europe and Asia under fears of a worsening

  • 27 giugno 2015
    Italy’s Challenge in a World that Is Slowing Down

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    Italy’s Challenge in a World that Is Slowing Down

    The World Bank cut its forecast for world economic growth to 2.8 percent for 2015. It thinks that in the next few years there could be a further slowdown. In early June, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) had forecast global GDP to grow by 3.1 percent in 2015 and 3.8

  • 04 giugno 2015
    Liquidity and Bubble Prophets

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    Liquidity and Bubble Prophets

     Monetary policy will remain loose, at least until September 2016 and anyway until monetary stability returns. That in spite of the fact that profits of financial bubbles—the new version of monetary hawks—are pushing to rewrite the European Central Bank (ECB) choices.

  • 30 maggio 2015
    Only a Temporary Stop

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    Only a Temporary Stop

    The American hare took a nap. Like in Aesop’s tale, did it end up being overtaken by the European tortoise? We would believe so, considering the “-” sign in the reading of the U.S. gross domestic product in the first quarter, in contrast with the 0.4 percent growth of the euro zone. But, playing

  • 05 marzo 2015
    Frankfurt Gives Direction To The Markets

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    Frankfurt Gives Direction To The Markets

    Will the euro continue to fall? Predicting the trend of the currency market is a true gamble, but something is changing in the expectations of investors.

  • 31 dicembre 2014
    The Right Choices for 2015

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    The Right Choices for 2015

    As 2014 draws to a close, governments, politicians and central banks find themselves facing three fundamental choices: fighting for economic growth or