It is necessary to have previously attended the Course of Economic elements and Economic policy.
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The exam includes 10 "multiple-choice" questions and 5 "open" questions. Each question has a value of 2 points.
The Course aims to illustrate the State's role in a market economy system, analyzing cases where the private market fails.
Another objective is to understand the need for the State intervention by analyzing the main methods of financing public spending.
1.The Social Welfare Functions.
2. The Processes and Rules of Collective Decision.
3. The General Theory of Public Finance, Public Goods.
4. Market failures.
5. The framework of Italian public finance.
6. Social Welfare Policies.
7. The Decentralized finance.
8. The economic effects of taxation.
P.Bosi (a cura di), Corso di scienza delle finanze, il Mulino, Bologna, 1997
N. Gregory Mankiw, Principi di Economia, Zanichelli
The Course includes both theoretical lessons and practical exercise, for a total of 60 hours of frontal teaching. During the exercise (usually performed at the end of each chapter) students will be able to practice the assimilated theory.
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