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Bibliografia degli scritti e discorsi di Ezio Vanoni


  • Francesco Forte


Bibliography of Ezio Vanoni‘s Writings and Discourses (by Francesco Forte, a cura di) - ABSTRACT: This bibliography includes all the scientific and political writings in volumes and journals and all the published discourses in Parliament and in various political, economic and scientific meetings of Ezio Vanoni from 1932 to 1956, the year of his death. It is divided in four sections: studies in the economics of public finance, studies of economic and financial and fiscal policy, studies of financial law (actually mainly tax law), collections of works, writings and discourses, done my different authors, since his death to the present time. The main work to be noticed in this last section are the two volumes of Studies of financial law and science of public finance, edited and introduced by Francesco Forte and Cesare Longobardi, in 1962, with the (reductive) title of Opere giuridiche for the publisher Giuffrè of Milano and the impressive collection of parliamentary discourses in two volumes, of IXXV +1329 pages, published by the Senate of the Republic, edited and presented, in 1978, by Antonio Tramontana, with an Introduction of Amin¬tore Fanfani, then president of the Senate. The collection of economic and political writings by Piero Barucci includes also selected articles in local Journals and periodical of Valtellina where Vanoni was born and elected , while the collection of writings of Vanoni on market economy and social justice by Antonio Magliulo includes a bibliography of almost all the writings inclusive of those in local press published until 1991. The present one includes also some scientific and political writings not yet published at that time or not found by Magliulo.

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  • Francesco Forte, 2006. "Bibliografia degli scritti e discorsi di Ezio Vanoni," STUDI ECONOMICI, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2006(89), pages 29-72.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:steste:v:html10.3280/ste2006-089003

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