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The Mezzogiorno and regional policies

  • Luigi Cannari (editor)

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    (Bank of Italy, Structural Economic Analysis Department)

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    The book brings together a series of research papers presented at the conference on "The Mezzogiorno and regional policies", held in Perugia on 26-27 February 2009. The analyses refer to various aspects of the regional economies: wages, bargaining and prices; environmental diseconomies; public capital and competitiveness; disparities in European regions and other countries' experiences; households' financial choices and the difficulties firms face in the South of Italy; and regional policies and federalism. Together with other research, some of the analyses contained in the book provided basic material for the conference on "The Mezzogiorno and economic policy in Italy" (Rome, 26 November 2009).

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    Paper provided by Bank of Italy, Economic Research and International Relations Area in its series Workshop and Conferences with number 2.

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    Date of creation: Nov 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:bdi:workpa:sec_2
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