Starting from the essential parameters of the Italian economy and finance in the post-war years, this article points out the similarities with the evolution of other capitalist economies, and the elements of divergence. It then focuses on the economic and fiscal policy of the Italian state, the management of the difficult conversion from war to peace, and the social and political clashes. Reference is then made to the relationship between the fascist movement and industrial and agricultural interests, and the essential features of the early stages of the new regime’s economic policy.
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