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Verso una strategia d’uscita: regole o discrezionalità? / Towards an exit strategy: discretion or rules?

Transcript (Italian-English) of the Discorso Bruno Leoni held in Milan by John B. Taylor. The renowned monetary economist illustrated the history of the ciclical shift from discretionality to rules and back again in the tax and monetary policies in the last few decades, and its relationship with the recurring economic crises of the past. He concludes calling for a return to rules, to constrain the action of politicians and officials and provide a greater degree of certainty to the market.

Il testo in versione bilingue (italiano e inglese) del Discorso Bruno Leoni 2011 tenuto da John B. Taylor a Milano il 7 febbraio 2011.
Taylor – tra i più importanti economisti monetari del nostro tempo, noto in particolare al pubblico per la sua famosa Regola di Taylor – si sofferma inizialmente sull’alternarsi in questi ultimi decenni di politiche discrezionali e di politiche basate su regole generali e astratte, per arrivare poi a proporre una strategia d’uscita dalla crisi economica in corso, ossia se dobbiamo imboccare la via delle regole o della discrezionalità.

Author: John B. Taylor

Binding: Kindle Edition

Manufacturer: IBL Libri

Number of pages: 59

Product group: eBooks

Studio: IBL Libri

Publication Date: 2011-12-19

Publisher: IBL Libri

Pages: 59

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Alberto Mingardi
Mingardi, one of the rising stars of European libertarianism, is the founder and Director General of the Italian free-market think tank, Instituto Bruno Leoni. His areas of interest include the history of economic thought and antitrust and healthcare systems. He is particularly well known for popularizing the work of past scholars under-appreciated by today’s libertarians. Currently an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, Mingardi has also worked with the Heritage Foundation, the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, the Acton Institute, and the Centre for a New Europe.