An in-depth look prepared by Ambrosetti Club on the impacts of the reforms on Italy’s infrastructure system over the short- and medium-to-long term.
On October 27th, 2016, the Italian Minister for Public Administration and Simplification Marianna Madia was presented with a study on the impacts of the PA reform on businesses and citizens, with special focus on the repercussions of the reform on the infrastructure system.
The last two years have been characterized by a tremendous reform initiative from the government, an initiative that is particularly important considering the situation Italy is currently having to face and the need—no longer deferrable—to take steps to modernize the country. Within this context, Ambrosetti Club has produced a study entitled “The impacts of reforms in the PA, Jobs Act, banking and credit sector and constitutional reform on businesses and the public”. The goal of the study is to provide an overview of the impact on the country and its economy of the reforms proposed by the government, while assessing their impact on a number of general economic variables and indicating some areas in which action is required.
The study is centered around the analysis of four major reforms, including that of the PA. Specifically, given the role of infrastructure in the country’s social-economic development, an in-depth look was prepared on the impacts of the reforms on Italy’s infrastructure system over the short- and medium-to-long term.
The Club’s round table offered a unique opportunity to discuss with Minister Marianna Madia the points that emerged from the study and to compare notes on PA reform that was created with the goal of providing support for economic recovery and a project for change for the nation.