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The Monti Legacy

Today I gave a talk at the Conference RENCONTRES ECONOMIQUES 2012 ”L’ajustement des déséquilibres en zone euro” at the Ministry of Finance in Paris. I discussed the legacy of the Monti government, the positive and negative aspects of the economic reforms,  and some implications of the current governmernt crisis. I was very surprised to see how little the French   audience actually knew about  the economic and political situation in Italy. The slides of my presentations are here, or click on the below.

This piece is cross-posted from Paolo Manasse with permission.

2 Responses to “The Monti Legacy”

JohanSeptember 20th, 2013 at 6:35 am

The legacy of Monti government is really an important topic that should be discussed and in my concept the legacy depends on the past efforts and if these efforts are on the positive side only we can boast about legacy. Keep posting more about the economic reforms in your upcoming write-ups. Good job! indoor gardening supplies

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