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Teoria e pratica della politica economica: l’eredità del recente passato

  • Nicola Acocella

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    (Department of Methods and Models for Economics, Territory and Finance MEMOTEF, Sapienza University of Rome (Italy))

Questo lavoro intende mettere in luce sia l’evoluzione subita dal pensiero economico negli ultimi decenni sia gli orientamenti concreti dell’azione pubblica, con il proposito di coglierne i nessi reciproci. L’indagine si sofferma in particolare sulle ragioni che portarono ad una pronta applicazione delle innovazioni teoriche degli anni ’70, suggerendo poi possibili spiegazioni dei ritardi attuali nelle innovazioni in parte in termini concettuali, ma soprattutto di applicazioni concrete.

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