L'economia del Mezzogiorno dopo la fine dell'intervento straordinario

Journal title QA Rivista dell’Associazione Rossi-Doria
Author/s Mariano D'Antonio
Publishing Year 2003 Issue 2002/2
Language Italian Pages 20 P. File size 176 KB
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The Mezzogiorno Economy After the End of the Special Development Policy - The paper explores the new situation in the South of Italy (the so-called Mezzogiorno) after the April 1993 abolition of the special public institutions created in the fifties for the development of that area. Initially, the Mezzogiorno economy suffered a dramatic deflationary impact due to the decline in public expenditure on infrastructures and incentives to enterprises. In the last five years some positive signs have appeared, including growth of small-sized firms, increase in exports, and labour mobility. The new policy must aim at favouring local development, fostering trust and co-operation among economic agents, enhancing the efficiency of local government and encouraging the creation of new competitive enterprises.

Mariano D'Antonio, L'economia del Mezzogiorno dopo la fine dell'intervento straordinario in "QA Rivista dell’Associazione Rossi-Doria" 2/2002, pp , DOI: