|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SECS-P/12|
The aim of this course is to provide an overview of the economic growth and development of the major Countries of the world from the Middle Ages to the 21st century in a comparative perspective. The main topics investigated will be strategic factor responsible for the modern economic growth
The course perspective will be the European economic development within the framework of international relations from the late Middle Ages to the Contemporary Age. The corse goal will be the understanding and the identification of the changing factors and their implication in social and economic history
At the end of the course, students should be able to understand the systematic and interpretative framework of the main transformations which characterized the evolution of the economic and social western system structure
face to face lectures
We hope you could be attend personally our lessons but all the students may follow them also remotely.
If the course is online you must sign up for Teams. The code will be published on the Aulaweb page
We will inform you as soon as possible
The preindustrial societies
-Credit and money from the Ancient Regime to the Contemporary Age
-The Industrial Revolution
-Development patterns: the First Comers
- Development patterns: the Second Comers.
- From the first globalization to the second World War
-The modern economic development from 1945 to 1979
- The second globalization and its crises
For English textbooks and teaching material, Erasmus students please contact us by e-mail.
Specific readings will be provided by the instructor on the e-learning course (Aulaweb)
Office hours: MARINA ROMANI Room 1015 - First Floor Office hour takes place remotely, please make your appointement by e-mail
Office hours: Dipartimento di Economia - I floor - office n. 1020 Phone: (+39) 010209 - 5479 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org On Thuesday h 15-17 by appointment due to sanitary emergency rules please contact me by e.mail in order to plan a meeting in my office or on Teams/Skype For any change see the web page of the course on Aulaweb
MARINA ROMANI (President)
LUISA PICCINNO (President Substitute)
The corse starts on february 24, 2022
Written examination, with multiple choice and open-ended questions. Two separate sheets will be prepared and corrected by each professor.
In the summer and winter exam set students who will have failed their exam won't be allowed to take the following exam in the same term
Students can withdraw from the exam within 30 minutes from the beginning of the test