|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
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AIMS AND CONTENT
The course aims at providing the students knowledge on the principles of corporate governance. In a broad sense, the focus will be the different corporate governance models around the world; in a narrow sense, the focus will be the relationships between ownership and control. Particularly, the relations among corporate governance, financial markets and competitive advantage will be analysed.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The course deals with a broadened view of Corporate Governance since:
- It explores the dynamic relationships among the ownership structures, the governance structures, and the strategies that firms adopt.
- It focuses on the different corporate governance models developed in the principal countries around the world
- It deals with ownership structures, business groups and corporate boards and other controlling mechanisms.
Lectures, exercises, case studies.
The course is taught in Italian. It is however possible to study, only as not attending students, an English syllabus and to sustain the exam in English.
If incoming students choose to study the ordinary syllabus in Italian, they can refer to the other section of the program.
Otherwise, an English syllabus an English syllabus may be organised, based on an English textbook.
Please contact the professor at the beginning of the course for deciding the textbook and the chapters that are more suitable for your learning objectives.
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: The office hours for students during June and July, may be fixed by ersonal appointments in presence or via Microsoft Teams, sending before the request to the teacher by email: email@example.com
LARA PENCO (President)
SIMONE POLEDRINI (President)
GIORGIA PROFUMO (President)
Lesson starting in the week of 18th September 2023
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For incoming students that follow the Italian syllabus, please refer to the Italian assesment methods.
For incoming students that follow the English syllabus, the exam is written: four open-ended questions on the agreed syllabus.
Attendance is not compulsory; incoming students can choose to study the Italian syllabus for attending or not attending students or the English syllabus (only as not attending students).