Archives of Italian Economic and Business History. I - 2017
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Stefano Agnoletto, Francesco Boldizzoni, Marina Comei, Paola Lanaro, Daniela Manetti, Monika Poettinger, Giuseppe Telesca
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pp. 188,      1a edizione  2017   (Codice editore 2000.1491)

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In breve
Archives of Italian Economic and Business History starts publication with this issue made up of research on some specifically Italian topics. After a detailed overview of consumption, the book deals with the experiences of small Italian entrepreneurs in Toronto and the movie industry in Italy; then it analyzes a very important phase of the Italian economy – the so called “economic miracle” –through the perspective of Federico Caffè, and offers a general survey of Italian economic history.
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Archives of Italian Economic and Business History starts publication with this issue made up of research on some specifically Italian topics. The first piece provides a detailed overview of consumption (Paola Lanaro). It's followed by essays exploring the experiences of small Italian entrepreneurs in Toronto (Stefano Agnoletto) and the movie industry in Italy (Daniela Manetti). Another original research focuses on the beginning of a banking crisis (Giuseppe Telesca) that was eventually resolved via the creation of a system of state-owned enterprises under Iri which, in turn, gave birth to some special cases of managerial capitalism (Marina Comei). A very important phase of the Italian economy - the so called "economic miracle" - is analyzed through the perspective of Federico Caffè, an important economist of the 20th century (Monika Poettinger). The final essay offers a general survey of Italian economic history (Francesco Boldizzoni).

Indice
Paola Lanaro, Modern age consumption in Italian economy and society
Daniela Manetti, Beyond crises, beyond the Twentieth century. A protagonist of the Italian cinematographic industry: Titanus
Stefano Agnoletto, Entrepreneurship and ethnic specialization. The Italian niche of the Toronto construction industry (1950s-1960s)
Giuseppe Telesca, Italian capitalism at year zero (1918-1922). The difficulties of mixed banks and the debate
Marina Comei, State industry and neo-capitalism (1953-1963)
Monika Poettinger, Federico Caffè and the vanity of Italian economic ideas after WWII
Francesco Boldizzoni, The flight of Icarus: Economic history in the Italian mirror.