Strengthening “Mario’s Plan”

Strengthening “Mario’s Plan”

photo: European Parliament The bottom line is that unconventional monetary policies that move away from repairing markets or institutions to changing prices and inflationary expectations seem to be a step into the dark. (Rajan 2013) A step into the dark Following the announcement of last 10 March, as part of its enhanced monetary policy action, Mario […]

Fiscal Debit Cards and Tax Credit Certificates: The Best Way to Boost Economic Recovery in Italy (and Other Euro Crisis Countries)

A fiscal shock to Italy Recently on this blog, Brunello Rosa had submitted an interesting policy proposal to boost Italy’s GDP. Brunello’s proposal shares many analytical premises with the one we have articulated in a public appeal published at the end of last year,  concerning the issuance of tax credit certificates as a means to […]