Asking about the 4-day workweek, we can look at the answers from a recent study in Iceland and also at Sweden, Germany, and Italy.
The economists who think about paying taxes tell us that there are so many different reasons that people do and do not comply.
Although the per capita GDP gap between two countries could appear large, the difference shrinks when you bring welfare into your calculations.
Looking at Italy’s aging population and the impact on national spending, we might better understand the populist direction of Italian politics.
Hoping to increase the size of a future labor force that will support its aging population, Italy scheduled and then canceled a fertility day.
With aging populations growing in many countries, income distribution tradeoffs will be necessary for pensions, subsidized investments and bonds.
Looking at internet connectivity as a part of the EU’s information infrastructure, we can see how Italy is behind and reflects member nation contrasts.
Looking at a European average economic growth rate, unemployment rate and GDP to debt ratio is misleading because of countries’ disparate economies.
Among the biggest coffee drinkers in the world, euro-zone consumers are cutting back. As one Milan café owner explained, “Since the beginning of the year most of our regulars cut their coffees from around four to two a day. Sometimes,…