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Interdipendenza fra sistema reale e finanziario: una rilettura alla luce dell’insegnamento del prof. Menegazzi

  • Paola Dongili

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    (Dipartimento di Scienze economiche (Università di Verona))

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    Prof. G. Menegazzi was a Known Italian economist working in the mid of the twentieth century. His works are focused on the complex functioning of the economic systems and underline the importance of the aim of the actions of the economic agents and the consistency between aim and tools. The paper goes over some of his papers which testify that prof. Menegazzi was fully aware of the links between finance and growth and, moreover, he was acquainted with the importance of the efficiency of financial system in shaping this relation.

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    Paper provided by University of Verona, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 29.

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