Italy faces structural problems caused by a prolonged lack of private and public investment: industrial policy is called upon to lay the foundations for a sustained and stable investment cycle over time. How can it be regulated and pro-competitive at the same time?
Claudio De Vincenti in his analysis defines the "toolbox" of industrial policy: public investment projects to build the conditions for production activities, incentives that modify the framework of market advantages and public shareholdings in capital aimed at promoting strategic activities.
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