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New York Feb 1o 2015 “Italy Meets the United States of America” Summit. “Italy: We Are Open for Business

Italy – we are open for business

New York Feb 11 2013 “Italy Meets the United States of America” Inaugural Summit

  1. Presenting Italy: Feb 11 2013 Summit
  2. Structural Reforms in Italy from Nov 2011 through Jan 2013

Monitor the Progress of Italian Reforms, Fiscal Consolidation & Growth Strategy

These are two direct links to the site of the Italian Ministry of Economy & Finance. These two documents are constantly updated by the Treasury Department. The first illustrates the Government’s policies for fiscal consolidation and structural reforms. The second illustrates Italy’s’ growth Strategy

  1. Italy’s fiscal Consolidation and Structural Reforms: Nov. 2011 – Sep. 2012
  2. Italy’s Strategy for Growth and Fiscal Consolidation

White Papers

Presentations

Literature

  • May 2012: New Tech City : “New Tech City” is a comprehensive study released by the Center for an Urban Future that explores the idea that New York has emerged a national leader in fields that leverage the Internet and mobile technologies— a development that has provided a key economic boost and left the city well positioned for future tech growth.
  • January 2012: Fact Sheet on the Italian Economy : “Data on a Noteworthy country” by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • March 2011:“In Defense of the Business Cultural Values Reflected in the Italian Securities Markets: What the U.S. 2008 Financial Meltdown Can Teach Us”. An article by Maria DiMeo Calvelli, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College (CUNY).  Originally published in The Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law, Spring 2011, volume 5, number 2, p. 317.
  • 2011: “Measuring Italy’s External Competitiveness” by Lorenzo Codogno and Luigi Paganetto.
    Synopsis: What is the picture that emerges for Italy? A superficial glance at selected macroeconomic indicators for Italy would give the impression of a loss in competitiveness over the past few years. Digging deeper into macro and micro data, however, provides interesting insights and shows a much more complex and articulated picture, with evidence of an ongoing process of creative destruction and adaptation to the new global competitive environment.

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