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This book analyzes new forms of capitalism that are manifesting under the pressures of global transformation. By studying economic and environmental indicators in various parts of the world, it seeks to reconcile economic growth with environmental and social sustainability, which is an important issue in both developed and emerging economies. These indicators include the explosive development of digital technologies and new global value chains, which are reshaping economies and societies all over the world. The contributing authors also address the challenge of immigration, the sustainable…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book analyzes new forms of capitalism that are manifesting under the pressures of global transformation. By studying economic and environmental indicators in various parts of the world, it seeks to reconcile economic growth with environmental and social sustainability, which is an important issue in both developed and emerging economies. These indicators include the explosive development of digital technologies and new global value chains, which are reshaping economies and societies all over the world. The contributing authors also address the challenge of immigration, the sustainable development transformation, the ties between productivity and social rights, automation and global value chains, the energy transition, and innovation and sustainable growth.

Autorenporträt
Luigi Paganetto is an Italian economist; Professor Emeritus; President of the Tor Vergata Economics Foundation - FUET; Coordinator of the project "Group of 20 - How to Revitalize Anemic Europe"; Professor of European Economy at the Tor Vergata University, and at the Italian National Administration School; Vice Chairman at Cassa Depositi e Prestiti and Chairman of the Risk Committee for the Board of Directors; and Secretary General of the Villa Mondragone Economic Development Association. He is involved in various European and international working groups, and is the author of numerous articles and books in the fields of Macroeconomics, International Economics, Italian and European Industrial Economics, and Energy and the Environment.