Il ruolo della proiezione estera nella performance delle imprese manifatturiere italiane durante la crisi
Maria Serena Causo (),
Stefano Costa (),
Francesca Luchetti () and
Roberto Monducci ()
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Maria Serena Causo: Italian National Institute of Statistics
Francesca Luchetti: Italian National Institute of Statistics
Roberto Monducci: Italian National Institute of Statistics
Rivista di statistica ufficiale, 2014, vol. 16, issue 3, 5-19
In line with the global market evolution, during 2011-2013 recession, Italy and Spain showed the largest gaps between (strongly decreasing) domestic and (increasing) foreign demand. In Italy such trends have been both a key factor in selecting enterprises and a cause for a readjustment in the overall manufacturing sector. Beside export, other forms of enterprise internalisation have also played a crucial role in stimulating economic growth in recent years. In this vein, some innovative and integrated dataset at enterprise level provided by Istat make it possible to: a) define a “map” of the manufacturing sector on the basis of enterprise strategic profiles,emphasising their propensity to compete internationally; b) classify enterprises with foreign relationships according to the complexity of this propensity; c) assess enterprise exporting performance in the light of their characteristics, strategies and economic profiles.
Keywords: internationalisation; exports; competitiveness; microdata; database integration. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F14 F61 C81 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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