Review of Industrial Economics and Policy


L'Industria is one among the oldest European journals active in the field of Economic Studies. Founded in Milan in 1886, it has been directed, among others, by Ferdinando Di Fenizio, Romano Prodi, Patrizio Bianchi, Fabio Gobbo, Enzo Pontarollo. The editorial and scientific boards of the journal involve Italian and international scholars which fuel debates and discussions around a series of contemporary issues regarding industry organization, managemnent and policy. L'industria publishes both theoretical and empirical articles in an attempt to reach not only the academic realm, but also to engage with a wider audience involving policy-makers, business, institutions, citizenships. Particular attention is devoted to Italian and European experiences, as well as to the study of other industrialized countries and emerging economies.

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