Priorità allo sviluppo civile
[Priority to Civil development]
AbstractThe mafia business has spread out its interest towards new sectors, from tourism to large-scale retail trade and public services, like wastes, producing an income estimated around 6% of italian GPA. Moreover, the Mafia presence in the economic field presents also a "clean" face that, through money laundering, results involved in formally legal activities. Therefore, tha autor deals with the issue of the alterations caused by mafia criminality on market functioning.
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Date of creation: 2008
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market; development; mafia; sen; becker; sicilia; calabria; pizzo; legalità; sviluppo;
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