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Business, The State and Economic Policy : The Case of Italy

By: Amyot, G Grant.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Advances in European Politics: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2003Description: 1 online resource (227 p.).ISBN: 9780203494646.Subject(s): Business and politics | Capitalism - Italy | Italy - Economic conditions - 1994- | Italy - Economic policy | Italy - Politics and government - 1994-Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Business, The State and Economic Policy : The Case of ItalyDDC classification: 330.945 | 330.945093 LOC classification: HC305HC305.A6614 2003ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of tables; Note on currency values; Introduction: Capital and the state; The growth and development of Italian capitalism; Wealth and power in contemporary Italian business; Italian capitalism in comparative perspective; Italian capital in the global economy; Business and the political system; Making Italian macroeconomic policy; The politics of budgets and public debt; The state and industrial relations; Conclusion: the limits of the state's autonomy; Notes; Index
Summary: The framework sketched in this new book explains the relationship between state and capital in Italy as well as some of the major directions in macroeconomic theory. These fields encompass both Italy's entry to EMU in 1999 and the impact of Silvio Berlusconi on Italian politics and economics.
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Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of tables; Note on currency values; Introduction: Capital and the state; The growth and development of Italian capitalism; Wealth and power in contemporary Italian business; Italian capitalism in comparative perspective; Italian capital in the global economy; Business and the political system; Making Italian macroeconomic policy; The politics of budgets and public debt; The state and industrial relations; Conclusion: the limits of the state's autonomy; Notes; Index

The framework sketched in this new book explains the relationship between state and capital in Italy as well as some of the major directions in macroeconomic theory. These fields encompass both Italy's entry to EMU in 1999 and the impact of Silvio Berlusconi on Italian politics and economics.

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G. Grant Amyotis Associate Professor at Queens University, Kingston, Canada. Another of his books, The Italian Communist Party, is also published by Routledge.

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