The Growth of the Italian Economy, 1861−1913: The Composition Of Investment
Stefano Fenoaltea ()
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Previous papers on Italy’s economic growth from Unification to 1913 reestimated 1911-price GDP from the production side, and reconstructed its allocation on the expenditure side; both efforts sharply revised the latest figures in the literature. The present paper examines the composition of investment, as documented by the new series.
Keywords: Measurement; Pre-WW1 Italy; Investment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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