On the occasion of the Italian Presidency of the G20, the Edison Foundation and the Centre for Research in Economic Analysis and International Economic Development (CRANEC) of the Catholic University have developed: "G20 and the Italian economy. Key indicators to be kept in mind".
Fondazione Edison, for its twentieth anniversary, has published "Fondazione Edison. Venti anni per l'economia italiana in Europa 1999-2019" a book that gathers the activities, publications and studies accomplished in twenty years of history with a rich set of illustrations.
Fondazione Edison, on the occasion of its twentieth anniversary (1999-2019), elaborated "10 False Myths about the Italian Economy", a statistical handbook, to provide experts as well as laymen with data and objective analyses to improve the overall knowledge of the Italian socio-economic system. The publication is freely downloadable.
Fondazione Edison, to commemorate its twentieth anniversary (1999-2019), elaborated "Italy's Strengths in Agriculture" a fundamental statiscal handbook providing Italy's European and world records of high-quality vegetable products. The publication is freely downloadable.
This booklet reprints some parts of the book "Euro-piattaforme: scienza, tecnologia ed economia. Una connessione cruciale per l'Italia". That is the Foreword by Mariya Gabriel and Patrizia Toia, the Presentation "Fondazione Edison and structural economic innovation" by Alberto Quadrio Curzio and Marco Fortis, the Conclusions "Next generation EU and the euro-platforms" by Marco Fortis, Alberto Silvani and Alberto Quadrio Curzio. Finally, the index of the book and the list of authors. The editors of the Italian version of the book, with this excerpt, hope to spread the circulation of the main information of the book itself.
Fondazione Edison has published "The Pillars of the Italian Economy. Manufacturing, Food & Wine, Tourism" edited by Springer
The volume offers a detailed analysis of the key sectors in the Italian economy, whith a focus on areas in which the economy excels, such as the automatic packaging machinery sector, pharmaceutical production, the food and wine industry, and toursim.