Mutual banks, to be really such, must build up and promote economic as well as social capital, which rely on confidence, professional competence, enterpreneurship, and support for the less well-off. […] We believe that the Italian banking system, which has demonstrated an extraordinary resilience during this crisis, is a model of mutually complementary businesses. We believe that thanks to this complementarity, under the watchful eye of the Bank of Italy, which – among other things – has always considered political economy as a combination of history, analysis, and politics, and never as a mere technical matter, this model can continue to thrive in the context of communitarian liberalism and of the European civilisation.
|Editore||Vita e Pensiero|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2013|