Economics - Jean Monnet Chair in EU Public Finance

A.Y. 2019/2020
12
Max ECTS
80
Overall hours
SSD
SECS-P/01 SECS-P/02
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The course aims to present, through the language of public economics, how to analyze the main themes of modern microeconomics and the tools needed to understand the macroeconomic system - with particular attention to those issues which are relevant to the economic and political reality and fundamental in the Italian and European economic policy debate - and to critically discuss the various economic policies and the role of the national state and of the European institutions.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student will know the basic language of economics and how to understand and discuss: the problems of consumer's choice, the functioning of the demand and supply market and the mechanisms for price formation; the main economic aggregates (such as unemployment, inflation, national income, public spending, public debt and their interactions in developed market economies); the aims and effects of national and European economic policies. The student will be able to understand the functioning of financial markets and national economies in the European context and to understand the interactions between the financial market and the real economy and the importance of the role of the public operator for law enforcement policies of the fluctuations of the economic cycle. The student will also know how to use the tools provided to critically analyze the functioning of modern market economies and to understand and he/she will know how to discuss and evaluate the various economic policies and the role of the national state and of the European institutions.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Second trimester
Prerequisites for admission
See program description
Assessment methods and Criteria
Written exam
Modulo Microeconomia
Course syllabus
Economics: basic definitions
Demand, supply and equilibrium
Elasticity
Consumator's choice
Firm's choice
Oligopoly, Monopoly, competition
Welfare economics
Teaching methods
Lectures and tutorials
Teaching Resources
Michael L. Katz, Harvey S. Rosen, Carlo Andrea Bollino, Wyn Morgan (2015), Microeconomia, 5a edizione, McGraw-Hill.

The CORE team, L'Economia, Comprendere il mondo che cambia, Il Mulino, 2018
Modulo Macroeconomia e politica economica dell'Unione Europea - Jean Monnet Chair in EU Public Finance
Course syllabus
· Financial markets, goods markets in the short run
· The open economy
· The labour market, unemployment and inflation
· The role of expectations
· Political economy in the EU context
Teaching methods
Lectures and tutorials
Teaching Resources
Blanchard, Olivier; Amighini, Alessia; Giavazzi, Francesco "Macroeconomia. Una prospettiva europea". Bologna: Il Mulino, 2016.

The CORE team, L'Economia, Comprendere il mondo che cambia, Il Mulino, 2018
Modulo Macroeconomia e politica economica dell'Unione Europea - Jean Monnet Chair in EU Public Finance
SECS-P/02 - ECONOMIC POLICY - University credits: 6
Lessons: 40 hours
Professor: Bastianin Andrea
Modulo Microeconomia
SECS-P/01 - ECONOMICS - University credits: 6
Lessons: 40 hours
Professors: Bono Giovanni, Maltese Ila Stefania
Professor(s)
Reception:
Friday 13-16
MS Teams (please send email for confirmation)