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Unit POLITICAL ECONOMY

Course
Law
Study-unit Code
A001085
Curriculum
In all curricula
Teacher
Giuseppe Francesco Dallera
Teachers
  • Giuseppe Francesco Dallera - Didattica Ufficiale
Hours
  • 36 ore - Didattica Ufficiale - Giuseppe Francesco Dallera
CFU
9
Course Regulation
Coorte 2018
Offered
2018/19
Learning activities
Caratterizzante
Area
Economico e pubblicistico
Sector
SECS-P/01
Type of study-unit
Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities
Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction
Italian.
The course of lessons, held in the first semester (September-December 2018), intends to offer, in
simple and synthetic way, a terminology and a method of studying economic phenomena
relating both to the area of economy and to that of public finance, so as to broaden the cultural bases of students oriented to the study of methodology and legal analysis.
Contents
1. Microeconomics. 2. Macroeconomics.
3. Public finance (general principles)
Reference texts
For students who regularly attend classes and pass the two written tests in November and December 2018, the teaching material is indicated in http://diec.ec.unipg.it/~giuda/sdf/
For other students the reference text is: Antonelli G. (et al.): Economics, Giappichelli, Turin, last ed.
Educational objectives
To give sufficient economic preparation to understand contemporary reality and to ead simple texts in economic subjects
Prerequisites
None
Teaching methods
Front lessons and written periodical tests for students regularly attending lessons
Other information
Reference site for students is http://diec.ec.unipg.it/~giuda/sdf/
Learning verification modality
Written and oral tests
Extended program
The course of lessons, held in the first semester (September-December 2018), intends to offer, in
simple and synthetic way, a terminology and a method of studying economic phenomena
relating both to the area of economy and to that of public finance, so as to broaden the cultural bases of students oriented to the study of methodology and legal analysis.
1. Private and public economy; operators, aggregates, institutions. Consumption decisions and individual demand. Businesses, production and market regimes. Economic equilibrium. The labor market. Aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Coin and inflation. Overview of fiscal policy. Balance of payments and international trade. The economy of the European Union.
2. Taxes and tariffs. Public goods and public spending. Redistribution. Effects and structure of the main taxes. Public debt.
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