2 edition of Italian recession of 1993 found in the catalog.
Italian recession of 1993
|Statement||by Raffaele Miniaci and Guglielmo Weber.|
|Series||Temi di discussione -- 297|
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Italy has fallen into recession after its economy shrank by per cent in the final three months of Gross domestic product in the eurozone‘s third-largest economy fell per cent. Italian GDP had fallen percent in both the third and fourth quarters of last year, putting the euro zone’s third largest economy into what economists often call a technical recession of two.
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Get this from a library. The Italian recession of aggregate implications of microeconomic evidence. [Raffaele Miniaci; Guglielmo Weber; Banca d'Italia. Servizio studi.]. " The Italian Recession Of Aggregate Implications Of Microeconomic Evidence," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol.
81(2), pagesby: We use household-level data covering a ten-year period ( to ) to investigate the likely determinants of the Italian recession ofthe first year after WWII when private consumption fell.
Consumption fell most for working-age households and for the by: Abstract-We use household-level data covering a ten-year period ( to ) to investigate the likely determinants of the Italian recession ofthe first year after WWII when private consumption fell. "The Italian Recession Of Aggregate Implications Of Microeconomic Evidence," The Review of Economics and Statistics, MIT Press, vol.
81(2), pagesMay. Raffaelle Miniaci & Guglielmo Weber. The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy Since Unification Gianni Toniolo Oxford Handbooks. First comprehensive overview in English of Italian economic history in decades; Provides new series of statistics, corrects old sets, and analyzes the long-term quantitative economic history of Italy within an international framework.
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The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy since Unification. Oxford University Press. online review; another online review; Zamagni, Vera (). The economic history of Italy – Oxford University Press. ISBN It can be interpreted as an approximation of Italy’s long-run growth since the time of its political Unification in What emerges clearly from the figure is the non-linear trend characterizing the development process of the country over the period – as a whole: since the end of World War II, Italian GDP per capita experienced an intense growth acceleration whose intensity.
Ultimately, the recession proved to be one of the smallest and shortest in the modern era, surpassed in most metrics only by the recession. The economy returned to s level growth byfueled by the desktop computer productivity boom, low interest rates, low.
The Italian economy shrank percent in the fourth quarter of compared with the third quarter, Istat, the Italian statistics agency, was the second quarter in a row of declining. The early s recession describes the period of economic downturn affecting much of the Western world in the early s, believed to be caused by restrictive monetary policy enacted by central banks primarily in response to inflation concerns, the loss of consumer and business confidence as a result of the oil price shock, the end of the Cold War and the subsequent decrease in defense.
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MINIACI and WEBER G. Publisher: Attualmente pubblicata dalla MIT PRESS Cambridge, MA altri editori indicati:Harvard University Press. A few days ago, another worrying sign appeared. The EU estimates minimal growth for the Italian GDP in There is great uncertainty about Italy’s economic prospects with a record cut of GDP in Italy, +% in In Italian GDP “will fall to +%, considerably less than anticipated” in the autumn forecast (+%).
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Italy - Italy - Economic and political crisis: the “two red years”: Italy faced serious postwar economic problems. Wartime governments had printed money to pay for arms, and inflation intensified. By the end of the lira was worth only one-sixth of its value.
Savings became nearly worthless, and rents collected by landowners plummeted in value. Italian words for recession include recessione, arretramento and ritiro. Find more Italian words at. Italy falls into recession as clashes with the EU over its budget spark concerns about the eurozone.
Italy's economy contracted by a rate of per cent in the last quarter of “The Long Depression” by Michael Roberts convincingly argues that the Great Recession of has morphed into a ‘Long Depression’ that may continue for years to come.
Roberts is a respected U.K. economist who was worked in The City for 30 s:. We use household-level data covering a ten-year period ( to ) to investigate the likely determinants of the Italian recession ofthe first year after WWII when private consumption fell.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Italian industrial production plunges percent in May, its steepest monthly fall in more than four years and newest sign that country could slip into recession (M).