Guiding Principles for a New Industrial and Innovation Policy in Italy
Di Matteo Tranchero

Descrizione dell’eBook


The Italian economy is plagued by structural deficiencies dating well before the current COVID-19 crisis. For too long a misguided rhetoric of “small is beautiful” and “we don’t need industrial policies” has blocked discussion and enactment of measures that could arrest Italy’s decline. And while the European Recovery Fund will provide a much-needed stimulus to investments and reforms, just using these resources without critically discussing a long-term vision for our country will likely result in yet another missed opportunity. This report outlines a few broad guiding principles for a new industrial and innovation policy, with the objective of starting the debate around which set of policies could be enacted in Italy to reverse its decline.

The principles outlined will touch upon several policy-relevant topics, such as entrepreneurship, management training, scientific missions, as well as innovation policies that move beyond the agnostic horizontal approach followed in the past couple of decades.


Conosci l’autore


Matteo Tranchero is a PhD Student in Management of Organizations interested in innovation studies. His research interests are at the intersection of Management and Economics, while also exploring perspectives coming from Sociology and Behavioral Sciences.

Autore/i: Matteo Tranchero
Editor: Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli
Luogo di edizione: Milano
Collana: Scenari
Tipo di materiale: Monografia
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