Carlo Cattaneo and Giuseppe Colombo were prominent contributors to Italy’s economic growth and industrialization, set within an institutional context oriented toward the nation’s conscious involvement in Europe. They were outstanding “architects“ of Italy’s economic development. Their views were rationally systematic, rooted in the value given to innovation and action oriented. Yet, they were neither theorists nor entrepreneurs.
|Title of host publication||Economic theory and its History. Essays in Honour of Neri Salvadori|
|Editors||Giuseppe Freni, Heinz D. Kurz, Andrea Mario Lavezzi, Rodolfo Signorino|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
- Carlo Cattaneo and Giuseppe Colombo
- Institutions and economics