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Civil Economics and Management

Eco 101 Civil Economics and Management

Class hours: 42

Credits (ECTS): 6

Interdisciplinary Foundations in Culture of Unity

Biennial: a.y. 2022-2024

Year: 1st

Terms: 1st–2nd

Course held in Italian

Il corso introduce lo Studente allo studio dei fenomeni economici nell’ottica “civile” del servizio che l’economia deve rendere alla crescita personale dei cittadini e al bene comune della società. La prima parte del corso colloca l’approccio dell’economia civile all’interno dell’evoluzione del pensiero economico e ne presenta i principi più significativi. Nella seconda parte, adottando una prospettiva manageriale, si guarda con questa ottica sia alla vita economica che si svolge all’interno delle organizzazioni, sia alle interazioni che queste intrattengono con il contesto esterno.

Bibliographical references:

  • ARGIOLAS G., Il valore dei valori. La governance nell’impresa socialmente orientata, Città Nuova, Roma 2014.
  • ARGIOLAS G., Social Management: Principles, Governance and Practice, Springer, Heidelberg 2017.
  • BECCHETTI L., BRUNI L., ZAMAGNI S., Microeconomia, Un testo di economia civile, Il Mulino, Bologna 2014.
  • BRUNI L., ZAMAGNI S., Economia civile. Efficienza, equità, felicità pubblica, Il Mulino, Bologna 2004.
  • BRUNI L., ZAMAGNI S., Civil Economy, Efficiency, Equity, Public Happiness. Peter Lang, Oxford 2007.
  • BRUNI L., ZAMAGNI S. (a cura di), Dizionario di economia civile, Città Nuova, Roma 2009.
  • BRUNI L., ZAMAGNI S., L’economia civile, il Mulino, Bologna, 2015.
  • GOODWIN N., HARRIS J.M., NELSON J. A., ROACH B., TORRAS M., Microconomics in Context, Routledge, London 2013.
  • GUI B., Exchanges? Encounters! A Note on Economics and Interpersonal Relations, GroupAnalysis, vol. 37(1), 2004, pp. 5-15.
  • GUI B., Relational Goods, in: L. Bruni and S. Zamagni (Eds.), Handbook on the Economics of Reciprocity and Social Enterprise, Cheltenham (UK), Edward Elgar Publisher, 2013, pp. 295-305.
  • GUI B., Un’introduzione al sistema economico, Cleup, Padova 2015.

Further indications will be provided in class.

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