|Teaching is organised as follows:|
|Unit||Credits||Academic sector||Period||Academic staff|
|lezione 1||3.5||SECS-P/01-ECONOMICS||1° sem lez||
|lezione 2||1.5||SECS-P/01-ECONOMICS||1° sem lez||
The intent of this course is to contribute to shape the skills required to analytically apply notions and principles of macroeconomics that have been previously acquired in undergraduate macroeconomic education
Lecture 1. Professor Silvana Malle
Economic stability and sustainable growth in a comparative perspective
(a) Methodological aspects of applied economic analysis. The requisites for economic stability and sustainable growth are discussed, in particular, with reference to the public accounts, the balance of payments, monetary policy and exchange rate regimes.
(b) Comparison between the different performance of diverse economies on the basis of historical and current data.
(c) Qualitative assessment of short and medium term economic projections produced by different international economic organisations.
Lezione 2. Professor Angelo Ferro
International and global economic perspectives
(d) From the national to the international policy maker.
(e) Globalization from an economic phenomenon to a pervasive one.
(f) Development of the Asian economies, with reference to Japan, China and India.
Detailed reference literature will be provided in the course of the lectures and seminars and will be published in the Department of Economic Science website. Publication on line of Professor Ferro’s lecture outlines on his website.
An individual written paper no longer than 20 pages to be presented in power point and discussed with the teacher and the student audience in the exam session established soon after the conclusion of the course. Joint papers are allowed. In this case, grading will depend on the quality of the paper as well as that of the presentation.
|BLANCHARD O.||Macroeconomia||Il Mulino||2006||8815106901|
|FERRO Angelo||Schemi delle lezioni||pagina WEB prof. Ferro A.||2006||(1) per la Lezione 2 del prof. Ferro|