|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SECS-P/03|
The course aims to offer an overview of the Italian tax system. The economic approach, after reviewing the main elements that characterize the structure and economic effects of a tax system, focuses on the individual taxes present in the Italian system.
The course deals with the economic analysis of taxes with the aim of providing students with the knowledge and methodological bases to understand, in addition to the institutional aspects, the economic effects of individual taxes and the main issues at the center of the debate on the structure of tax systems. and their interaction internationally.
The course deals with the economic analysis of taxes (mainly taxes) and the main tax policies aimed at redistributing income and interventions in the presence of market failures. The student will be able to understand and evaluate public spending and taxation policies from an economic point of view, as well as to evaluate them in terms of general economic effects.
The training activity is divided into lectures, interactive teaching, guided study, practical exercises and seminars.
1. Public revenue and taxes 2. Criteria for distributing the tax burden 3. Distorting effects of taxes and incidence 5. Taxation of personal income 6. Taxation of property and business income 7. Taxation on consumption. VAT 8. Property taxation 9. Regional and local taxes
P. Bosi (a cura di), Corso di scienza delle finanze, Il Mulino, Bologna, ult. ed.
P. Bosi e M. Cecilia Guerra, I tributi nell'economia italiana,Il Mulino, Bologna, ult. ed.
F. Figari, L. Gandullia, D. Piacentino, Ricchezza in eredità. Quale futuro per l'imposta sulle successioni?
Articles and papers distributed in class
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)
October 30, 2023
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
For attending students, the verification of learning includes a written test during the course and an oral test at the end of the course. For non-attending students, the test consists only of the oral test which consists of questions on the contents of the program and graphic exercises. The Examination Committee is designated by the Department Council (DISPI) and chaired by the lecturer in charge of the course
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.