Dossier. Corporate governance
Focus. Capitalism and Business
Special 30 Years of Economia & Management
Conditions for the Growth of Italian Businesses
The structural difficulty preventing Italian companies from being able to grow, join forces and compete on the global market can be removed, both by intervening in the regulatory and fiscal context, and by imposing corporate governance choices that involve opening up capital to outside investors, private or otherwise, or opening up debt.
The “necessary transition” that Italian companies must make towards greater openness and dynamism can be broken down into three different but related levels: opening up capital to third-party investors; opening up leadership to external managers; opening up governance.