The essay deals with Amintore Fanfani’s activities as Minister or Labour and social welfare from 1947 to 1950, within the first centrist governments. The author examines the background of organization and legislation about public service of work placement, as well as the consultations and discussions that finally led to the controversial Italian Law no. 264 passed in 1949. It established some changes about starting employment and employment assistance for involuntary unemployed workers. This bill, which Fanfani was strongly in favour of, is often negatively stereotyped, ignoring that it was passed due to a compromise with the leftist parties. More in general, the essay highlights that the young politician, who came from the lecture rooms as a professor, left a dynamic mark on the Ministry of Labour and the employment and labor policies.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Fanfani at the Ministry of Labor (1947-1950): fight against unemployment and public regulation|
|Numero di pagine||46|
|Rivista||BOLLETTINO DELL'ARCHIVIO PER LA STORIA DEL MOVIMENTO SOCIALE CATTOLICO IN ITALIA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2012|
- Fanfani Amintore
- Ministero del lavoro e della previdenza sociale