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Le principali recessioni italiane: un confronto retrospettivo

  • Antonio Bassanetti
  • Martina Cecioni,
  • Andrea Nobili
  • Giordano Zevi

Il lavoro propone un’analisi comparata dell’andamento dei principali aggregati macroeconomici, reali e creditizi, nonché delle reazioni della politica monetaria in occasione delle più gravi recessioni attraversate dall’economia italiana. L’indagine, di tipo descrittivo, si concentra soprattutto sugli ultimi quarant’anni, per i quali il quadro informativo disponibile è ampio e dettagliato. In particolare, si confronta l’evidenza relativa alla profonda recessione del 2008-09 con quelle registrate nel 1974-75 e nel 1992-93, in corrispondenza delle crisi petrolifera e valutaria. Per un numero ridotto di variabili si propone anche un raffronto con gli andamenti negli anni trenta.

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