The Present and Future of MBA Programs
The Compass of Trust for Management
Marchionne and Lessons in Leadership
Being a Strategy Maker in the Digital Era
The Great Bet of Sustainability
Dossier. Corporate governance
Conditions for the Growth of Italian Businesses
Focus. Capitalism and Business
Searching for European Capitalism
The Return of the State? It Depends
European Diversity Without Unity
Special 30 Years of Economia & Management
The Virtues of the Social Market Economy
At the end of the Second World War, the attempts by the United States to export its model of capitalism to Europe ran up against the economic and social structures present in the countries of the Old Continent. However, following the crisis of the 1970s and the start of the process of privatization, a deep Americanization of European capitalism began, initially led by merchant banks and consulting companies from the English-speaking world.
The social market economy, still rooted in the European model, is an ambitious attempt to reinterpret liberalism in a form more suited to society and with a state that has the right to intervene in economic and social life only in those cases where it is obliged to do so.