|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SECS-P/03|
Course on the foundations of the economy of the non-profit organization sector
The objective of the course is to enable the student to understand the role that non-profit organizations can play within contemporary advanced economic systems and to analyze their functional relationships with public and for-profit organizations.
The student acquires the skills to understand the role that non-profit organizations can play within contemporary advanced economic systems and to analyze their functional relationships with public and for-profit realities.
The training activity is divided into lectures, interactive teaching, guided study, practical exercises and seminars. The lessons are face-to-face and, in accordance with the rules for access to university premises adopted to combat the spread of the COVID pandemic, the lessons can possibly be carried out on TEAMS. The TEAMS code will eventually be communicated via aulaweb
1. Economics of non-profit organizations 2. Economy of charitable contributions 3. The non-profit sector in Italy 4. Tax and donations 5. Charitable contributions in Italy
F. Amati, S. D'Acunto, M. Musella, Economia politica del Terzo settore, Giappichelli Editore
Articles and papers distributed in class
Articoli e papers distribuiti a lezione
Office hours: - Monday h. 11.00-13.00 at the Department of Political and International Sciences (DISPI) - after lessons - On appointment
LUCA GANDULLIA (President)
ENRICO DI BELLA
RICCARDO SOLIANI (Substitute)
April 11, 2023
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
For students attending, the learning assessment includes one written test during the course and an oral exam at the end of the course. For non-attending students the verification consists only of the oral exam. Questions about the contents of the program and graphic exercises
Students with special educational needs, disabilities and SLDs are invited to contact the Department contact person (Prof. Aristide Canepa) and the teachers to agree on teaching and exam methods that take into account individual learning methods and provide suitable compensatory instruments. In respect of privacy, students must never send their certificates to individual teachers.