|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SECS-P/01|
The course aims at introducing students to the recent research, both theoretical and empirical, in economics and other social sciences, concerning the political causes of the success, or failure, of the states. In particular, we will focus the attention on the interaction between political and economic institutions and development, emphasizing: how the states’ economic performance depends on their institutions, and the endogenous emergence of the latter as the outcome of an underlying distributive conflict within the society.
Office hours: After lesson and by appointment.
ANDREA VINDIGNI (President)
FABRIZIO GAZZO (President Substitute)