|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||SECS-P/12|
The course deals with the main topics of the modern economic development focusing on some critical aspects of the globalization. The historical analysis is constantly related to the undestanding and the utilizazion of the methodological and conceptual tools of the economic science.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The course aims to analyse the international economic relations system from the end of XIXth century to the present time. The goal is to examine the economic process and its multiple variables in order to understand the changing context in which the firms live and work.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Knowledge and understanding
Students must acquire adeguate knowledge and effective understanding of the operation-mechanisms of economic systems in a comparative and long-term perspective.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
Students must learn to apply acquired knowledge and understand problems related to the current economic context as a result of its historical evolution.
Students must be able to use both conceptual and operational skills acquired with autonomy of judgment and skills in different application contexts.
Students must acquire the technical language of the discipline to communicate clearly and unambiguously to specialists and non specialists.
Students must develop adequate learning skills so they will be able to elaborate autonomously the key issues of the discipline, especially in the working contexts where they will operate.
Basic knowledge of the most significant moments and processes ot contemporary history and knowledge of the “mechanisms” of the economy learnt in a first level university experience.
Lectures, seminars and workshops on specific topics.
The changes of the world economy in the period 1870-2000. Colonialism of the XIX th century. Economic supremacies. International trade. A comparative analysis of the main national economic systems examined in their specific paths.
Economic policies and economic theories.
Different economic (and social) models. Anglo-saxon capitalism. The “nippo-german” model. The chinese “socialist market economy”. The Asian dragoons.
The firms. Strategies, organization, markets..
V. Valli, L'Europa e l'economia mondiale. Trasformazioni e propettive, Roma, Carocci, 2008 (enterely).
F. Mazzei, V, Volpi, La rivincita della mano visibile. Il modello economico asiatico e l'occidente, Milano, Egea, 2012 (enterely).
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: To meet the Professor students can address an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or agree with him a meeting at ther end of a lesson.
MARCO DORIA (President)
Oral exam with questions on main topics discussed in the course. There will be initially some general questions to measure the skills of positioning specific matters in wider contexts and, at the same time, the skill in utilizing the technical language of the discipline to communicate clearly and unambiguously In a second step more detalied questions will make possible to appreciate the ability of interconnecting topics developing deeper analysis.
Further information for not attending students.
Not attending students have to prepare the same general program of the course working on the texts mentioned in bibliography. Addressing the professor via email or via teams they could receive additional information and suggestions in order to improve their knowledge.