The aim of the course is to provide students with a set of concepts concerning the functioning of markets, competitive and not, and the rational behavior of consumers and businesses. This objective is coherent with the context of the degree course aimed at training business managers with the necessary knowledge to operate in a free market environment.
EXPECTED RESULTS OF THE TEACHING
At the end of the course the student must possess knowledge and skills related to the functioning of the free market economy, competitive and non-competitive markets, the behavior of consumers and workers.
The objective is to contribute to the formation of a professional figure (envisaged in the Security Council) assigned to the administrative-financial management of private companies, both as an internal profile and as a consultant. To this end the course proposes to transmit the following skills and knowledge:
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING ABILITY
- makes the first steps in assessing the logic of economic models
- distinguishes the different nature, object and functioning of the economically relevant actions of the various economic agents
AUTONOMY OF JUDGMENT:
- translates the logic of economic models into management and administrative choices
- interprets the facts of the management of companies operating in different sectors (industry and services) through the logic of competitive, oligopolistic and monopolistic markets.