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Adriana Cerretelli | 22.05.15 | 05:59
With negotiations with Greece continuing to drag on, a conclusion to the dialogue between the Mediterranean country and the rest of Europe must arrive—and in a way where both parties understand their interdependence.
Donatella Stasio | 22.05.15 | 05:58
The harsher punishments included in the new anti-corruption law do not impact the perception of impunity as prolonging the terms for the statute of limitations would: yet passing the latter reform is, politically, much harder.
Luca Enriques and Luis Zingales | 21.05.15 | 05:59
An analysis of UniCredit’s recent shareholder vote.
Carlo Bastasin | 21.05.15 | 05:58
Greece and EU’s finance ministers have begun to come to the negotiation table; yet, no clear ending is in sight.
Adriana Cerretelli | 20.05.15 | 05:59
Europe simply cannot afford to continue looking at emergencies as a “game.”
Alessandro Plateroti | 20.05.15 | 05:58
An analysis of speculator’s reaction to Mario Draghi’s “bazooka.”
Dino Pesole | 20.05.15 | 05:57
Despite various measures and maneuvers passed in recent years, public spending for retirement pensions is forecasted as ‘on the rise’—and the reason must be found in the less recent past.
Salvatore Padula | 19.05.15 | 05:59
With their options limited, the Constitutional Court ruled in favor of limits to reimbursements for retirees to 2billion euros. However, it remains to be seen if this was a just decision.
Enrico De Mita | 19.05.15 | 05:58
No matter how political the implications, Constitutional Court judgments must derive from judicial rationality and consistency rather than political opportunity.
Luca Orlando | 19.05.15 | 05:57
An analysis of recent increases in Italian spending—a pattern that bodes well for recovery.
Fabrizio Forquet | 16.05.15 | 05:59
The Constitutional Court’s ruling on pensions was a misguided judgement—one that echoes a sense of rights that are just not sustainable.
Jean Marie Del Bo | 16.05.15 | 05:58
An analysis of what is needed in Italy’s 730 tax form—before it turns the summer of 2015 in to a mess.
Alberto Quadrio Curzio | 16.05.15 | 05:57
A 0.3 percent increase in GDP during the first quarter of 2015 is certainly positive news, but it also raises questions about its durability. In either case, Italy needs to keep climbing back to the top through reforms and courageous investments.
Donato Masciandaro | 15.05.15 | 05:59
While Europe is moving forward in terms of growth, expectations may still be holding the EU back.
Nicoletta Picchio | 15.05.15 | 05:58
Energy efficiency and environmental sustainability are the central challenges of the future for governments and businesses, as growth will also heavily depend on them.
Guido Gentili | 14.05.15 | 05:59
In the first quarter of 2015, Italy’s GDP finally shows growth. Yet, it is too early to say the country is out of the recession and definitely too early to boast any kind of success. In fact, a lot of reform-related work remains to be done.
Morya Longo | 14.05.15 | 05:58
Italy is moving past the effects of QE; yet, investors seem to want more.
Carlo Marroni | 14.05.15 | 05:57
Yesterday, the Vatican has reached an agreement with Palestine. Yet, this is only the latest in a history of diplomacy between the Holy See and the Palestinian state.
Vittorio Emanuele Parsi | 13.05.15 | 05:59
The way in which the UN and the EU react to the refugee emergency in the coming days will deeply affect the image of the two organizations.
Dino Pesole | 13.05.15 | 05:58
Eurogroup and ECOFIN have developed an agreement that exchanges flexibility for reforms.