IUS / 10
The 2008 economic crisis has focused attention on the problem of public support to private business initiative, not only in terms of emergencies but above all as structural support to industry and services.
The aim of the research is therefore to deepen the current structure of public intervention in favor of productive activities, focusing in particular on the functional features of financial incentives for enterprises and on the role of public administrations in preparing them. Research also does not go beyond the theme of overlapping between regulation, protection of competition and industrial policies, and also intends to focus on the articulation of public decision-making processes in this field, particularly in terms of private participation, transparency and accountability of the various public actors involved.
This job comes from a partnership with Science Magazine and