- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- New ed
- Presses Interuniversitaires Europeennes
- Fauri, Francesca (ed.), Tedeschi, Paolo (ed.)
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- 99, tables
- 222 x 146 x 12 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 290 g
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Francesca Fauri is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Political Sciences at the University of Bologna at Forli, where she teaches contemporary European economic history. She has extensively published on economic and business history issues. Her research interests and publications focus on the impact of the Marshall Plan in Italy, Italian industrial policies during the 1950s, and the economic history of European integration. Paolo Tedeschi is an assistant professor at the University of Milan-Bicocca where he teaches economic history and European integration history. He is also charge de cours visiteur at the Universite catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve where he teaches economic history. His recent research topics and publications focus on the economic history of European integration, the economic history of Lombardy since the eighteenth century, the history of Lombard business organizations, and trade unions and friendly societies.
Contents: Vera Zamagni: Introduction. A New Approach to Industry in Europe - Bernadette Whelan: Ireland, Industry and the Marshall Plan - Francesca Fauri: The Marshall Plan in Italy. Industrial Renewal and Material Reconstruction - Paolo Tedeschi: Notes on the Marshall Plan in Lombardy. Technological Innovation and Vocational Training - Luigi Trezzi: SMEs in the Marshall Plan. Loans and Counterpart Funds - Valerio Varini: Technology and Productivity. The Impact of the Marshall Plan on Italian Industry: an Empirical Study - Dominique Barjot/Emmanuel Dreyfus: The Impact of the Marshall Plan on French Industries - Jacqueline McGlade: The Marshall Plan Realized? American Aims and European Re-Industrialization.