This essay describes the phases of postwar Italian industrial development with particular focus on the interaction between public- and private-sector firms. Four phases are analysed: postwar Reconstruction and the economic miracle (1950-64), State intervention (1964-75), crisis and Restructuring (1975-83) and Innovations, Profits and Finance (1983-90). Details on major transactions performed by the principal State.owned industrial agencies (IRI, ENI, EFIM) and by Principal Private-Sector industrial Groups (Fiat, Montedison, Olivetti, Pirelli, Pesenti) are provided.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Industrial Policy in Italy 1945-90|
|Numero di pagine||65|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 1993|
- North-South Development
- State-Owned firms
- economic development
- industrial policy