Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (category 17) (until 2008-2009)

Course not running

Elements of Financial Science

Course code
4S00410
Name of lecturer
Veronica Polin
Number of ECTS credits allocated
5
Academic sector
SECS-P/03 - PUBLIC ECONOMICS
Language of instruction
Italian
Site
VERONA
Period
2nd semester dal Feb 19, 2007 al May 26, 2007.

Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

The course aims at providing undergraduate students with the analytic tools to understand a variety of public finance issues, with particular emphasis on Italian situation. Topics include welfare economics (first and second theorems), market failures (public goods, externalities, non-competitive market structures and asymmetric information), public choice, income distribution, welfare state, taxation (principle of taxation, tax equity, economic effects of taxation, tax incidence, structural features of the major taxes in Italy). The course covers both normative and positive aspects of public finance.

Assessment methods and criteria

The final grade is determined by the performances of a written and oral exam. Both exams cover the entire course outline.

Teaching aids

Documents

Course not running

Elements of Financial Science

Course code
4S00410
Name of lecturer
Veronica Polin
Number of ECTS credits allocated
5
Academic sector
SECS-P/03 - PUBLIC ECONOMICS
Language of instruction
Italian
Site
VERONA
Period
2nd semester dal Feb 19, 2007 al May 26, 2007.

Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

The course aims at providing undergraduate students with the analytic tools to understand a variety of public finance issues, with particular emphasis on Italian situation. Topics include welfare economics (first and second theorems), market failures (public goods, externalities, non-competitive market structures and asymmetric information), public choice, income distribution, welfare state, taxation (principle of taxation, tax equity, economic effects of taxation, tax incidence, structural features of the major taxes in Italy). The course covers both normative and positive aspects of public finance.

Assessment methods and criteria

The final grade is determined by the performances of a written and oral exam. Both exams cover the entire course outline.

Teaching aids

Documents


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