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Accumulazione del capitale e crescita economica tra Italia liberale e regime fascista

  • Ricciuti, Roberto


La letteratura di storia economica del fascismo rileva come le politiche economiche del regime fossero indirizzate verso l'aumento di questo fattore della produzione. In questo lavoro si analizza il processo di accumulazione del capitale in Italia tra il 1881 e il 1938 per verificarne la stabilità. Se queste politiche avessero avuto successo, dovremmo essere in grado di verificare una discontinuitànel processo di generazione dei dati rispetto al periodo precedente. La nostra analisi mostra, invece, come il processo sia stabile nel tempo, e comunque non rileva discontinuitàdirettamente attribuibili alla politica economica del regime.

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Paper provided by Institute of Public Policy and Public Choice - POLIS in its series POLIS Working Papers with number 141.

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Length: 19 pages
Date of creation: Mar 2010
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Handle: RePEc:uca:ucapdv:141
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