Mattia Guidi Manuela Moschella

The Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plan: From the Conte II to the Draghi Government

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This article investigates the policy similarities/differences between the Italian National Recovery and Resilience Plans ( NRRP s) elaborated by the Conte II government and the one elaborated by the Draghi government. To this end, the article compares the two NRRP s along four dimensions: allocation of financial resources across components, adherence to Country Specific Recommendations, length and specificity of reform proposals, and centralization of political control over the investment and reform agenda. The comparative analysis shows a substantial continuity between the two governments’ NRRP s in the first two dimensions, while the two NRRP s differ substantially in the emphasis placed on structural reforms and in the level of centralized governance, as the final NRRP weighs reforms and political control much more heavily than its predecessor.


  • Country-specific recommendations
  • National Recovery and Resilience Plan
  • Next Generation EU
  • Italy
  • Draghi


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