To evaluate the impact of investments envisaged by National Recovery and Resilience Plan Of the Government Draghi There will be a team of consultants constituted by carlo cambinichandjob Francesco Filipuccihandjob Marco Percocohandjob ricardo puglisi I Carlo Stagnaro. all clear headed economists liberal and opposed to state intervention in the economy, as opposed to a clear withdrawal kinesismo Which appears to have inspired the much-hyped speech signed by the former ECB president and future prime minister financial Times in March 2020. It was the “technological nucleus for the coordination of economic policy”, of which he reported. paper, will be located in Palazzo Chigi and will be directed by Marco Leonardic, Full Professor of Economics at the University of Milan, today Head of the Department of Economic Planning in the Prime Minister’s Office. Another technical structure, led by a former councilor for the budget of Merino Juntas Sylvia Scozzi, will take care of supporting the municipalities in the implementation of the projects.
Names of new directors carlo stagnaro, Director of Research and StudiesBruno Leoni Institute, in 2012 . of the founders of act to prevent decline (with Oscar Giannino and Michelle Boldrin) and during the government Renzik Head of Technical Secretariat of Development Minister Federica Guidy, and Ricardo Puglisi. Puglisi, a great ethicist on Twitter associated with the University of Pavia, stood by his opening posts last year and against the lockdown. will be ahead of them carlo cambinic, Full Professor of Applied Economics at the Polytechnic of Turin and former Chief Economisttransport regulatory authorityhandjob Marco Percoco, who teaches Transport Infrastructure Assessment at Bocconi, where he directs the Green Research Center (Geography, Resources, Environment, Energy and Networks), and Francesco Filipucci, PhD at the Paris School of Economics and founder of the Under 30 think tank tortuga.
The Conte 2 government has effectively trampled the Colao plan, which I call “questionism”: a hyper-Keynesian vision of the economy according to which only the demand side matters and the supply side, with little or nothing on the production side. . .
— Riccardo Puglisi (@ricpuglisi) 3 January 2021