Why does Italy plan to create few jobs with the NRP?

Numbers, forecasts and questions on jobs and Pnrr in the tweets of Andrea Garnero, economist at the OECD employment and social affairs department.

Spain plans to create a number of employees equal to that of Italy with one third of the resources of the NRP. Why?

This is the key question that emerges from a series of tweets by Andrea Garnero, an economist at the OECD’s employment and social affairs department.

“These estimates – writes the economist Garnero – include only the impact of investments and not that of reforms. And they are probably VERY cautious (I hope!). However, all things being equal, Spain would create a number of employees equal to that of Italy with a third of the resources. Why?”.

“I have only hypotheses and no certainty – adds Garnero – Spain in the past has shown a stronger occupational recovery capacity than Italy. Green and digital investments, then, do not necessarily create jobs in the Italian flag since we do not have particular productive specialization in this area “.

Whatever the reason, concludes the economist at the OECD employment and social affairs department, “the estimates confirm that despite NextGenerationEU, Italy’s problems will not vanish suddenly. For this reason, labor policies should become a transversal and enabling pillar for the success of the objectives of the PNRR (such as justice and public administration) ”.

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