Stefano Feltri

Stefano Feltri is the editor of Domani and ProMarket's former Senior Editor. He previously worked at one of the major Italian newspaper, Il Fatto Quotidfdiano, first as the Editor in Chief of the Economic and Finance division and, in more recent years, as the Deputy Editor in Chief. In addition, he also worked as a political commentator on Italian TV and Radio networks. Stefano has a MS in Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology and an Undergraduate Degree in Public Administration and International Institutions Management both from Bocconi University, Italy. His most recent book is "Sette Scomode verita' sull'Economia Italiana che nessuno vuole guardare in faccia" (published by Utet).

The Only Regulation Mark Zuckerberg Likes Is No Regulation

In an op-ed and a white paper, Facebook's CEO argues that "private companies should not make so many decisions alone when they touch on...

Data-Driven Ideology: The Problem With Economists' Takeover of Policymaking

According to New York Times journalist Binyamin Appelbaum's recent book The Economists' Hour, economics is not the unbiased science that it pretends to be, but...

The Epstein Report: How a Convicted Criminal Could Use MIT to Whitewash His Reputation

The only reason why a pedophile's donations did not violate any MIT policy is that MIT does not have any policy to prevent embarrassing...

Should We Let Facebook Decide the Next President of the United States?

Facebook admitted that only a binding regulation on political ads could prevent private corporations from influencing the outcome of US presidential elections. Without such...

Western Multinationals Can Improve Workers' Safety, If They Want to: The Case of Bangladesh

In 2013, one of the largest factories in Bangladesh collapsed, killing 1,134 workers. Many multinationals committed to improving safety standards. A new study shows...

Shareholders at the Gate: The Increasing Pressure on CEOs for More Transparency

The average share of votes in favor of proposals that require corporate executives to disclose political and lobbying spending is trending up. But a...

Twitter Refused to Promote the New Capitalisn’t Episode: This Is a Problem for Free Speech (and for American Health Care)

Twitter banned political ads from its platform but has full discretion in deciding what constitutes a "political ad." The Stigler Center tried to promote...

Why Michael Bloomberg’s Run for President Creates an Unprecedented Media Problem

The first effect of Michael Bloomberg’s campaign and of his conflicts of interest is to reduce the 2020 candidates’ accountability: one of the world's...

Why CEOs and Regulators Clash With the Duopoly of Proxy Advisory Firms

Institutional investors that own between 70 and 80 percent of the market value of US public companies often rely on investment advisers voting on behalf of...

Fake Letters Poisoned the Debate on SEC's New Rules on Shareholder Votes and Proxy Advisory Firms

SEC Chairman Jay Clayton claimed that the draft regulation on shareholders' votes and proxy advisory firms received approval by hundreds of "Main Street" Americans....

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How Should the Law Tackle Rapidly Evolving Financial Technologies?

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The Road to Hayek: A Comprehensive History of Neoliberalism’s Forefather

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International Policymaking Must Evolve

In this Q&A about his new book for ProMarket, Paul Tucker explains the changing global order and the need for academics, policymakers...

Capitalism Does Not Require a Tradeoff Between Planet and Profit

Critics of capitalism claim that the economic system incorrigibly encourages the exploitation of the planet and is thus incompatible with efforts to...

Event Notes: Academic Bias Under the Microscope

That scholarship often reflects conscious and unconscious biases has long been an open secret in academia. On April 22, Professors Christian Leuz,...

Corporations Are Not “We the People”

The Citizens United ruling contradicts the Founders, decades of Supreme Court precedent and the will of the American people.