Ambrosetti Club Economic Indicator

Italy was finally back in the driver’s seat somehow… but has it now reverted to a bicycle?

The GDP figures for the second quarter have set off alarm bells, highlighting how action must be taken immediately on structural aspects of the economy to foster growth in productivity and competitiveness.

Ambrosetti Club Economic Indicator

The economy has begun to recover, but too slowly

Italy has unquestionably inverted the trend, but too slowly, and we are still very far from a return to a growth path which, over a reasonable timeframe, could return us to pre-crisis levels.


For 50 years, at the side of women and men dedicated to building an ever-greater idea of business

Without entrepreneurs, there is no growth. Without growth there are no jobs and without jobs there is no future. This is the theme of the research paper and video created to celebrate our first fifty years and presented during the 41st Villa d’Este Forum.