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Fascismo: organizzazione dello Stato e sistema economico

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  • S. Magagnoli

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Il paper analizza il rapporto tra organizzazione dello Stato e sistema economico, verificando se al processo di costruzione dello Stato totalitario ne corrisponda uno analogo nel campo delle politiche e delle istituzioni economiche. La tesi argomentata suggerisce che la politica economica del regime è la fusione di strategie gia' presenti in eta' liberale e dell’adesione al mainstream affermatosi dopo il 1929 in tutta l’area del capitalismo, che assegna alla presenza dello Stato in economia un peso crescente. Il paper conclude che, eccettuato il corporativismo, non e' esistito un progetto originale di trasformazione ne' delle politiche ne' delle istituzioni economiche.

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  • S. Magagnoli, 2005. "Fascismo: organizzazione dello Stato e sistema economico," Economics Department Working Papers 2005-ST01, Department of Economics, Parma University (Italy).
  • Handle: RePEc:par:dipeco:2005-st01
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    1. D. Tondani, 2006. "Estimating the effects of personal income tax on labour supply in Italy," Economics Department Working Papers 2006-EP03, Department of Economics, Parma University (Italy).

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