Giancarlo Mazzocchi formatore e guida di un ampio gruppo di economisti
AbstractMazzocchi pursued along his career three main goals: teaching, researching, and forming of a large team of economists. The four decades of his teaching, always at the Catholic University of Milan, have involved several issues from the Welfare Economics, to the Educational Policy and Metropolitan areas Governance and to Government Finance. As far as the research is concerned, particular emphasis is given to the origin and development of the studies about Productivity increases and wage policy, which very well describe Giancarlo Mazzocchi’s methodology in approaching research matters. These activities had a wide covering in many other fields. A final review regards the main commitment of Giancarlo Mazzocchi: forming and leadership of a large team of economists, and their approach to the major historical events that marked the birth of crucial social issues.
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Volume (Year): 114 (2006)
Issue (Month): 1-2 ()
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