Liberal Fascism also known as Alberto de' Stefani Liberalism was a Liberal ideology based on Alberto de' Stefani, an Italian classical-school economist that became the Finance Minister of Fascist Italy under Mussolini. It was influenced by Classical Liberalism & Italian Fascism and supports a benevolent totaltarian dictatorship combined with free trade and classical economics.
Liberal Fascism was the ideology of Alberto de' Stefani a liberal economist when he was appointed by Benito Mussolini as the Minister of Finance.
Liberal Fascism reformed the taxation system of Italy which was judged a success at the time, although it has been noted that the taxation reform was originally proposed by Filippo Meda, but Filippo Meda had not enacted the taxation reform. Liberal Fascism also took advantage of Mussolini's regime in order to enact many his reforms, which previously had been blocked by parliament.
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- Helvetic Model - in general very good ideas but too way democratic
- Hayek Conservatism - in general good guy but please drop entirely the democratic stuff and be less protectionist
- Alberto de' Stefani
- Economy of Italy under fascism
- Italian economists in the early years of the fascist government
- The first privatisation Selling SOEs and privatising public monopolies in Fascist Italy (1922-1925)