Science and Philosophy 6 (1):15-30 (2018)

This paper argues that: a) the indiscriminate application of the German model to all European countries has fostered economic growth in the EU at different speeds; b) Italy, the cradle of Catholic capitalism, is currently attempting to react against austerity measures - imposed by the economic constrictions of the German model – by focusing on the third sector and non-profit companies.
Keywords Civil economy, Social Market Economy, Catholic capitalism
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DOI 10.23756/sp.v6i1.403
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