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Stato e mercato nella Nota aggiuntiva La Malfa

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  • Roberto Ricciuti

    () (Department of Economics (University of Verona))

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La Nota aggiuntiva del 1962 è il documento di politica economica che segna l’inizio dei governi di centro-sinistra e propone la programmazione come strumento di soluzione dei problemi economici italiani. In questo lavoro si analizza il rapporto tra stato e mercato che emerge da questo documento e si argomenta come il fallimento di questa politica sia fondato su una limitata comprensione del comportamento dei decisori pubblici e privati. Infine si mostra come la disillusione rispetto ai risultati di questa politica abbia portato nel tempo Ugo La Malfa verso una posizione neo-liberale. In appendice si riporta il testo della Nota aggiuntiva.

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  • Roberto Ricciuti, 2012. "Stato e mercato nella Nota aggiuntiva La Malfa," Working Papers 37/2012, University of Verona, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ver:wpaper:37/2012
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    Politica economica; La Malfa.;

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