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Luca Crivelli

Public and Social Economics

ECO 203 Public and Social Economics

Ore di lezione frontale: 42

ECTS: 6

LM-SEP Curriculum Economics and Philosophy

 

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Modulo: e

The focus will be on the public interest and how it can best be served by the various economic institutions (markets, government, for-profit and non-profit business organizations, …). The course will first provide an overview of the theoretical issues of public economics. Then special attention will be given to: the problems of poverty and inequality, and the policies for alleviating them; fundamental services such as health care and education, and how their provision can be organized; the relationship between economic performance and subjective well-being.

Bibliografia di riferimento:

BALDINI M. – S. TOSO, Diseguaglianza, povertà e politiche pubbliche, Mulino, Bologna 2009.

BORZAGA C. – L. FAZZI, Manuale di politica sociale, Franco Angeli, Milano 2005.

BOURGUIGNON, F. (2013). La globalizzazione della disuguaglianza, Torino, Codice Edizioni.

CRIVELLI, L. (2016). Ricchezza, povertà, comunione, <Nuova Umanità> 222, XXXVIII, apr-giu., pp. 23-38.

FLORIO M. (2013) Network industries and social welfare. The experiment that reshuffled the European utilities. Oxford University Press.

FORAY, D., (ed.), (2009), The New Economics of Technology Policy, Edward Elgar Publishing.

BECCHETTI, L., Povertà, Città Nuova, Roma 2016.

MALERBA F., Economia dell’innovazione, Carocci, Roma 2005.

MAZZUCATO, M., The Entrepreneurial State, Demos 2011.

PIKETTY T., Disuguaglianze, Università Bocconi Milano 2014.

Altri materiali saranno indicati dai docenti durante il corso.

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