Reforms in Italy: the political economy of accounting fraud
Last May, Italy’s parliament tightened criminal sanctions for accounting fraud. A few weeks later the Italian supreme court ruled that the new law had in fact achieved the opposite effect.
Corruption in Italy: a resilient equilibrium
Corruption in Italy is a well-established fact. Combined pressure from internal and external sources might perhaps be able to achieve what the Italian political system seems incapable of: a shift to a low-corruption equilibrium. Normal 0 false false false EN-GB JA X-NONE