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Paolo Bricco | 10.05.13 | 05:58
Suicide is increasing as the recession deepens, suffocating small business owners. Credit lenders must provide air, and confidence and self-esteem will follow.
Guido Gentili | 09.05.13 | 05:59
June 17 will be a dark day for many Italians, especially those who will pay extremely high taxes on their commercial properties, while politicians argue over the usefulness of canceling a primary-residence tax that costs less than a euro per day.
Stefano Folli | 09.05.13 | 05:58
Despite Berlusconi appeal conviction is a tax fraud case, his party will continue to support the newly appointed Letta government.
Maurizio Maresca | 09.05.13 | 05:57
The tragedy in Genoa highlights the need for a serious reform of the port sector, focusing on safety and environmental protection while not penalizing economic competition.
Marco Onado | 09.05.13 | 05:56
Excessive liquidity in the market fuels optimism for now, but it will not be long before the shock hits. The financial economy must begin serving the real economy to curb this blow.
Alberto Quadrio Curzio | 08.05.13 | 05:59
The newly installed Letta government must focus on a few economic priorities.
Walter Riolfi | 08.05.13 | 05:58
Investors are buying up all the high-yield government bonds they can get their hands on, but the result has not been what one might expect.
Dina Pesole | 08.05.13 | 05:57
By carefully considering the different types of expenses in the national budget, funds could be found for both cutting taxes and injecting liquidity into the system.
Stefano Folli | 08.05.13 | 05:56
The failure to elect the president of one parliamentary commission shows the potential fragility of the coalition government, threatened by the lack of discipline of the center-left and, despite his defeat in the elections, Berlusconi’s strength
Fabrizio Galimberti | 07.05.13 | 05:59
An analysis of Italy’s complex accounting system.
Alessandro Plateroti | 07.05.13 | 05:58
Giuseppe Vegas filed his report on oversight of the financial markets, and it bore strong resemblance, in its recommendations, to the British and American models.
Stefano Folli | 07.05.13 | 05:57
A look back at the political and personal history of Giulio Andreotti, the main protagonist of Italian postwar politics, who died yesterday at age 94.
Stefano Folli | 04.05.13 | 05:59
Are institutional reforms a priority (just like the overhaul of the jobs market and the economy) or are they just a chapter in the new government’s agenda?
Carlo Bastasin | 04.05.13 | 05:58
In looking toward Germany and the U.S., which have recently reported higher employment rates, the factor of income inequality within these countries should not go unrecognized.
Guido Gentili | 04.05.13 | 05:57
A new crucial test is only a few weeks ahead for the Letta government.
Guido Tabellini | 04.05.13 | 05:56
Although the ECB does not want to take any politically controversial initiatives, it is the only institution currently capable of protecting the entire euro zone, and it needs to imitate the Fed’s TALF program, assuming some of the credit risk.
Alberto Quadrio Curzio | 03.05.13 | 05:59
The focus of the newly appointed Letta government is likely to be on the issue of unemployment.
Adriana Cerretelli | 03.05.13 | 05:58
Since Italy must accept “austerity obsessions” throughout Europe, Letta’s approach to the budget is the best case possible, even though ample growth stimulus is the real need.
Luigi Guiso | 03.05.13 | 05:57
Despite what many politicians promised during the election campaign, abolishing the real estate tax on the home of residence is a bad idea—economically and politically. Better to adapt it to different taxpayers’ situations.
Franco Debenedetti | 03.05.13 | 05:56
Eliminating unemployment is a realistic possibility in Germany, and it is because of the euro.