Professor Pietro Paganini Publishes Article in Prestigious Italian Daily

Professor Pietro Paganini, who teaches in the Department of Business Administration at John Cabot University, recently published an article in the Italian daily Corriere della Sera on how the creation of specialized production zones on Italian soil will benefit the country economically.

In his article, Paganini suggests introducing “Leap Zones” in Italy; areas with unified political, legal and administrative codes to encourage economic production. These zones would encourage new businesses to open, create jobs and generate foreign investment. “The return of investments is one of the key factors in resuming growth in Italy”, says Paganini.

Paganini maintains that changing laws on a national level would be difficult and time-consuming. Instead, he encourages individual regions to invest in these production zones, starting from areas that are already socially unified.

Professor Paganini, a native of Milan, holds a Doctorate in Communication and Complex Organizations from LUMSA University. He is the founder of Gingerit, an interior design and renovation firm. He also co-founded Competere, a transatlantic consulting firm based in Rome.

Read the article (in Italian) “Servono zone speciali di innovazione per attrarre nuovi capitali esteri.”