Workshop, comments and press review
July 4th, 2011
Via Sarfatti, 25 - Milano
Room 1 - h. 15:00 - 18:00
The workshop focused on two recent studies on licensed professions (“Ordini professionali”) in Italy. The authors provided evidence on the relevance of family connections and entry barriers in the sector of professional services. They discussed the impact of family networks and strict barriers to entry on the quality of professional services. They also investigated differences across professions and over time, especially as a consequence of the 2006 reform (the so-called “Riforma Bersani”). The workshop was held in Italian.
During the workshop two studies were presented:
Presentations were followed by a final panel discussion:
“Liberalizzare le professioni in Italia”
Chair: Tito Boeri (Università Bocconi e fRDB)
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