Slow growth remains Italy's 'Achilles’ heel' say the authors.
As Italy’s new coalition government settles in, here’s a look at just a few of the challenges it faces on key economic issues.
Political unrest and economic uncertainty have left Italy with very few recovery options.
E-mobility companies E.ON and CLEVER are teaming up to build a new charging station network that will start in Norway and end in Italy.
Italy is giving away free castles, farmhouses and historic sites in the hope that it will boost its faltering regional tourism sector.
Italy tops a ranking of the world’s healthiest countries, and diet may play a central role.
Italian voters have rejected plans for constitutional reform supported by the government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
Mario Margiocco evaluates the upcoming Italian referendum.
Examining economic and political conditions in the run-up to the Italian election.
Research in Italy looks at the impact of tax evasion on productivity, innovation and growth.
Digital innovation in Italy is on the up, according to this year’s Global Information Technology Report by the World Economic Forum. We take a look at what it means.
A comparison of tax records in 1427 and 2011 shows the big earners today are descended from the same families at the top of the socioeconomic ladder six centuries ago.
An effective strategy is needed to revitalize the Italian economy and stop its young people from leaving.
“I bet you that in the next 10 years, Italy will return to be the [economic] leader of Europe, the locomotive of Europe.” When reading these words on TIME magazine in late April 2014, man...
Since 1 March 2015 all new open ended contracts in Italy offer graded security, that is, severance payments in case of dismissals (see Lexology 2015), which are gradually and steadily inc...