Anno accademico
2021/2022 Programmi anni precedenti
Titolo corso in inglese
Codice insegnamento
EM1302 (AF:358050 AR:189020)
In presenza
Crediti formativi universitari
Livello laurea
Laurea magistrale (DM270)
Settore scientifico disciplinare
1° Periodo
Anno corso
Spazio Moodle
Link allo spazio del corso
L’insegnamento è fra quelli caratterizzanti del corso di Laurea in MANAGEMENT - ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE.
This course focuses on the role of the government in the economy. The focus will be on exploring the reasons behind government intervention and welfare institutions.
The role of the welfare state is never been more important than during a pandemic. Special emphasis is on current policy issues such as health care policy, the regulation of pharmaceuticals markets, and pandemic recovery policies, in an international perspective.

Students are expected to be comfortable with the material covered in introductory and intermediate microeconomics courses. Some familiarity with
statistics and exposure to regression analysis are helpful.
1. Role of Government in the Economy
2. Welfare State
Application: Health, Health Insurance and Healthcare
3. Regulation of Markets
Application: Pharmaceuticals and vaccine markets
4. Pandemic Recovery policies
Application: Next Generation EU
Application: Italian Recovery and Resilience Plan

Nicholas Barr, 2020. The Economics of the Welfare State, 6th Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jonathan Gruber, 2019. Public Finance and Public Policy, 6th Edition. New York: Worth Publishers.

W. Kip Viscusi, Joseph E. Harrington, Jr. and David E. M. Sappington, 2018. Economics of Regulation and Antitrust, 5th Edition, Cambdge, MA, MIT Press.

Additional readings will be made available on moodle.
Written exam (exercises and open-ended questions).
Students attending the course will be given the opportunity of being partly assessed through class presentations.
The course mostly follows a conventional teaching approach, combined with active and flipped learning activities.
For any course-related information, students should trust only the course website on moodle (password provided in class or during office hours).

Questo insegnamento tratta argomenti connessi alla macroarea "Povertà e disuguaglianze" e concorre alla realizzazione dei relativi obiettivi ONU dell'Agenda 2030 per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile

Programma definitivo.
Data ultima modifica programma: 18/11/2021