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Didactic roadmaps

Fulltime didactic roadmap: Piano di studio LM ACP 2015

Course ID Course Teachers Site CFU Year
E0278 AGGREGAZIONI AZIENDALI E OPERAZIONI STRAORDINARIE CAMPRA Maura 8 1
EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE IRRERA Maurizio 8 1
EC0007 Economia del lavoro e Economia dell'innovazione BAICI Eliana, FRANCESCONI Marco, ZAGLER Martin NOVARA 12 1
E0315 INGLESE (L.M. I) IRVING-BELL Colin Stephen 4 1
EC0024 Metodi statistici per l'impresa MAY Caterina NOVARA 6 1
E0306 PRINCIPI CONTABILI INTERNAZIONALI CAMPRA Maura NOVARA 8 1
E0146 VALUTAZIONI D'AZIENDA COMOLI Maurizio, BAVAGNOLI Francesco NOVARA 8 1
EC0008 Economia dei gruppi e Sistemi informativi integrati ALBERTINAZZI Gaudenzio, CANDIOTTO Roberto NOVARA 10 2
E0161 FINAL EXAM 12 2
E0317 STAGE 6 2
a libera scelta dello studente   8 2
vincolata 1 SECS-P/07 - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   6÷8 2
EC0012 Analisi di bilancio corso progredito BORRE' Luigi 8 2
E0381 CONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA RIVA Patrizia 6 2
EC0042 REVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO BAVAGNOLI Francesco 8 2
EC0011 Strategie e gestione delle imprese familiari SONGINI Lucrezia 8 2
EC0010 Strategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale MAGGI Davide 6 2
vincolata 2 - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   14÷16 2
EA046 CORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING CAPIZZI Vincenzo NOVARA 8 2
EC0014 Diritto tributario corso progredito BALLANCIN Andrea 6 2
EC0016 Economia del personale AINA Carmen 8 2
EC0013 Financial management ERBETTA Fabrizio NOVARA 8 2
EC0069 Fondamenti di Business Analytics FUSAI Gianluca NOVARA 6 2
EC0015 Organizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali CERUTTI Stefania 8 2
CFU total 1 Year   54
CFU total 2 Year   56÷60
CFU total   110÷114

Part-time 3 years didactic roadmap: LM ACP part time 3 anni

Course ID Course Teachers Site CFU Year
E0278 AGGREGAZIONI AZIENDALI E OPERAZIONI STRAORDINARIE CAMPRA Maura 8 1
EC0007 Economia del lavoro e Economia dell'innovazione BAICI Eliana, FRANCESCONI Marco, ZAGLER Martin NOVARA 12 1
EC0024 Metodi statistici per l'impresa MAY Caterina NOVARA 6 1
E0306 PRINCIPI CONTABILI INTERNAZIONALI CAMPRA Maura NOVARA 8 1
E0146 VALUTAZIONI D'AZIENDA COMOLI Maurizio, BAVAGNOLI Francesco NOVARA 8 1
Obbligatori II anno - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   1 2
EC0008 Economia dei gruppi e Sistemi informativi integrati ALBERTINAZZI Gaudenzio, CANDIOTTO Roberto NOVARA 10 2
Vincolata 1 - SECS-P/07 - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   6÷8 2
EC0012 Analisi di bilancio corso progredito BORRE' Luigi 8 2
E0381 CONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA RIVA Patrizia 6 2
EC0042 REVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO BAVAGNOLI Francesco 8 2
EC0011 Strategie e gestione delle imprese familiari SONGINI Lucrezia 8 2
EC0010 Strategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale MAGGI Davide 6 2
Vincolata 2 - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   14÷16 2
EA046 CORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING CAPIZZI Vincenzo NOVARA 8 2
EC0014 Diritto tributario corso progredito BALLANCIN Andrea 6 2
EC0016 Economia del personale AINA Carmen 8 2
EC0013 Financial management ERBETTA Fabrizio NOVARA 8 2
EC0069 Fondamenti di Business Analytics FUSAI Gianluca NOVARA 6 2
EC0015 Organizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali CERUTTI Stefania 8 2
EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE IRRERA Maurizio 8 3
E0315 INGLESE (L.M. I) IRVING-BELL Colin Stephen NOVARA 4 3
E0161 FINAL EXAM 12 3
E0317 STAGE 6 3
A scelta III anno   8 3
CFU total 1 Year   42
CFU total 2 Year   21÷25
CFU total 3 Year   38
CFU total   101÷105

Part-time 4 years didactic roadmap: LM ACP part time 4 anni

Course ID Course Teachers Site CFU Year
EC0007 Economia del lavoro e Economia dell'innovazione BAICI Eliana, FRANCESCONI Marco, ZAGLER Martin NOVARA 12 1
EC0024 Metodi statistici per l'impresa MAY Caterina NOVARA 6 1
E0306 PRINCIPI CONTABILI INTERNAZIONALI CAMPRA Maura NOVARA 8 1
E0146 VALUTAZIONI D'AZIENDA COMOLI Maurizio, BAVAGNOLI Francesco NOVARA 8 1
E0278 AGGREGAZIONI AZIENDALI E OPERAZIONI STRAORDINARIE CAMPRA Maura, BRAJA Eugenio Mario, VOLA Paola NOVARA 8 2
EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE IRRERA Maurizio 8 2
E0315 INGLESE (L.M. I) IRVING-BELL Colin Stephen NOVARA 4 2
EC0008 Economia dei gruppi e Sistemi informativi integrati ALBERTINAZZI Gaudenzio, CANDIOTTO Roberto NOVARA 10 2
Vincolata 1 - SECS-P/07 - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   6÷8 3
EC0012 Analisi di bilancio corso progredito BORRE' Luigi 8 2
E0381 CONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA RIVA Patrizia 6 2
EC0042 REVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO BAVAGNOLI Francesco 8 2
EC0011 Strategie e gestione delle imprese familiari SONGINI Lucrezia 8 2
EC0010 Strategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale MAGGI Davide 6 2
Vincolata 2 - Students must choose a set of following courses that sum to these CFU   14÷16 3
EA046 CORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING CAPIZZI Vincenzo NOVARA 8 2
EC0014 Diritto tributario corso progredito BALLANCIN Andrea 6 2
EC0016 Economia del personale AINA Carmen 8 2
EC0013 Financial management ERBETTA Fabrizio NOVARA 8 2
EC0069 Fondamenti di Business Analytics FUSAI Gianluca NOVARA 6 2
EC0015 Organizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali CERUTTI Stefania 8 2
E0161 FINAL EXAM 12 4
E0317 STAGE 6 4
A scelta IV anno   8 4
CFU total 1 Year   34
CFU total 2 Year   30
CFU total 3 Year   20÷24
CFU total 4 Year   26
CFU total   110÷114
CourseAGGREGAZIONI AZIENDALI E OPERAZIONI STRAORDINARIE
Course IDE0278
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAMPRA Maura
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseAGGREGAZIONI AZIENDALI E OPERAZIONI STRAORDINARIE
Course IDE0278
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAMPRA Maura
TeachersCAMPRA Maura, BRAJA Eugenio Mario, ESPOSITO Paolo
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractModule 1 – Merger and acquisition. The IFRS 3. (Prof.ssa M. Campra) - 4 CFU Merger and acquisition. IFRS 3 and business combinations. Module 2 – Sale and transfer, demerger (Prof. E.M. Braja) - 2 CFU The demerger operation. The sale and transfer of a company. Module 3 – Transformation and liquidation of a company. (Prof. P. Esposito) - 2 CFU The transformation of a company. The winding-up and liquidation of a company.
Reference textsModule 1 Campra M., La fusione, Giuffrè, Milano, 2005. Principio contabile OIC n. 4 Fusione e scissione. The text of IFRS 3. A.A.V.V. – IAS/IFRS – Ipsoa Editore – Gruppo WolterKluwersItalia, Milano, seconda edizione, 2012, cap. XXX – IFRS3. Module 2 AA.VV., Operazioni di finanza straordinaria, Il sole 24 ore, Milano, 2010. Capitoli 2 e 6. Zanetti E., Manuale delle operazioni straordinarie, Eutekne, Torino, 2013. Capitoli 3-4-5-6-7-8-15-16 e 17. Principio contabile OIC n. 4 Fusione e scissione. Module 3 AA.VV., Operazioni di finanza straordinaria, Il sole 24 ore, Milano, 2010. Capitoli 7 e 9. Zanetti E., Manuale delle operazioni straordinarie, Eutekne, Torino, 2013. Capitoli 9-10-11. Principio contabile OIC n. 5 Bilanci di liquidazione. Further informations can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://www.dir.uniupo.it
Teaching targetsThe course of Business combinations is aimed to give the basis in order to understand business combinations according to italian law and according to international accounting standards.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures, business cases and exercises will be used during the course.
Grading rulesThe examination is written for each module of the course. The examination contains 1 or more cases. Each of them includes exercise and written free-answers questions. The total mark is 30 out of 30. The candidate is given from 90 minutes to 180 minutes. The student who attended the lectures of the course has the opportunity to do two partial exams. The student can access the second partial exam only if he has passed the first test with a mark of at least 18/30.
Full argumentsModule 1 – Merger and acquisition. The IFRS 3. (Prof.ssa M. Campra) - 4 CFU Merger and acquisition. IFRS 3 and business combinations. Module 2 – Sale and transfer, demerger (Prof. E.M. Braja) - 2 CFU The demerger operation. The sale and transfer of a company. Module 3 – Transformation and liquidation of a company. (Prof. P. Esposito) - 2 CFU The transformation of a company. The winding-up and liquidation of a company.

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CourseAGGREGAZIONI AZIENDALI E OPERAZIONI STRAORDINARIE
Course IDE0278
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAMPRA Maura
TeachersCAMPRA Maura, BRAJA Eugenio Mario, VOLA Paola
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractModule 1 – The IFRS 3. (Prof.ssa M. Campra) - 2 CFU IFRS 3 and business combinations. Module 2 – Sale and transfer, merger and acquisition and demerger according to the Italian Law. (Prof. E.M. Braja) - 4 CFU The sale and transfer of a company. The merger and acquisition operation. The demerger operation. Module 3 – Transformation and liquidation of a company. (Prof.ssa P. Vola) - 2 CFU The transformation of a company. The winding-up and liquidation of a company.
Reference textsModule 1 The text of IFRS 3. A.A.V.V. – IAS/IFRS – Ipsoa Editore – Gruppo WolterKluwersItalia, Milano, ultima edizione, cap. XXX – IFRS3. Module 2 Braja E., La cessione d'azienda, Giappichelli, Torino, 2012. Braja E., Il conferimento d'azienda, Giappichelli, Torino, 2015. Campra M., La fusione, Giuffrè, Milano, 2005. Principio contabile OIC n. 4 Fusione e scissione. Zanetti E., Manuale delle operazioni straordinarie, Eutekne, Torino, 2013. Chapters 3-4-5-6-7-8-15-16 e 17. Module 3 AA.VV., Operazioni di finanza straordinaria, Il sole 24 ore, Milano, 2010. Capitoli 7 e 9. Zanetti E., Manuale delle operazioni straordinarie, Eutekne, Torino, 2013. Capitoli 9-10-11. Principio contabile OIC n. 5 Bilanci di liquidazione. Further informations can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://www.dir.uniupo.it
Teaching targetsThe course of Business combinations is aimed to give the basis in order to understand business combinations according to italian law and according to international accounting standards.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures, business cases and exercises will be used during the course.
Grading rulesThe examination is written for each module of the course. The examination contains 1 or more cases. Each of them includes exercise and written free-answers questions. The total mark is 30 out of 30. The candidate is given from 90 minutes to 180 minutes. The student who attended the lectures of the course has the opportunity to do two partial exams. The student can access the second partial exam only if he has passed the first test with a mark of at least 18/30.
Full argumentsModule 1 – The IFRS 3. (Prof.ssa M. Campra) - 2 CFU IFRS 3 and business combinations. Module 2 – Sale and transfer, merger and acquisition and demerger according to the Italian Law(Prof. E.M. Braja) - 4 CFU The sale and transfer of a company. The merger and acquisition operation. The demerger operation. Module 3 – Transformation and liquidation of a company. (Prof.ssa P. Vola) - 2 CFU The transformation of a company. The winding-up and liquidation of a company.

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CourseDIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
Course IDEA049
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRRERA Maurizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseDIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
Course IDEA049
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRRERA Maurizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseDIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
Course IDEA049
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersIRRERA Maurizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe corporate governance
Reference textsAn updated version of the Civil Code is essential. Other recommended readings: M. IRRERA, Profili di corporate governance della società per azioni tra responsabilità, controlli e bilancio, Giuffré, Milano, 2009. M.CIAN (a cura di), Diritto Commerciale, vol. II, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013; cap. 37 (sez. IV – par. 3); cap. 38; cap. 39; da pag. 67 a pag. 72; cap. 40 (sez. III – par. 4, 5, 6 e 7); cap. 41; cap. 42 (sez. I); cap. 42 (sez. I); cap. 43 (sez. I e II); cap. 44; cap. 45; cap.46 (sez. IV); cap. 49 (sez. II e III); cap. 53; cap. 54 (sez. I, II e IV); cap. 55; cap. 56; cap. 57;cap. 58; cap. 60; cap. 61 ( sez. II – par. 2 e 3; sez. III e V); cap. 62; sez. 63; cap. 66; cap. 68 (sez. I, III e IV); cap. 81 (sez. I e V). E. FREGONARA, La governance nelle c.d. casseforti di famiglia, in Il nuovo diritto delle società, 22/2010. All the material listed above is available at the Library of the Department. Other material and further bibliographical references will be provided during the lectures
Teaching targetsThe course will delve into all corporate law notions which are essential to an in-depth understanding of corporate governance. In particular, it will focus on company bodies, their relationships and responsibilities, especially those of the board of directors.
PrerequisitesStudents must have proven knowledge of Commercial Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures, with suggestions for further readings and discussion.
Grading rulesThe exam is written. Students are given the option of taking two written mid-term exams. Please note: Will be exempt from the following topics only - listed companies and groups of companies -everyone who has in the course of study the teaching of corporate governance law by 6 ECTS.
Full argumentsNotion of corporate governance and the historical relationship between the general assembly and the board of directors: Partnerships: - Administration and representation; different models: conjunctive, disjunctive, mixed collegiality. - Exclusion, withdrawal and death (clauses) - Paying off quotas; the disposal of quotas and responsibilities - Non-partner director; company partner of a partnership - Amendments to the articles of association; statutory scheme and conventional collegiality - Position of the limited partner, the prohibition of “ immistione” Stock Companies: - Empirical reality of the board of directors and collegiality - System of appointment of directors and the voting list; the terms of appointment; the directors appointed by the State or public bodies - Directors: removal, resignation, disqualification, co-optation; statutory provisions - Duties of directors; the business judgment rule - Internal control system; the supervisory board in Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 - Executive directors and their relationship - Board of directors: procedures and invalidity in the proceedings - Statutory auditors and audit - Dualistic system and monistic system - Shareholder Agreements; preemption; voting block and consultation Groups of companies: - Responsibility; compensatory benefits Listed companies: - Propulsive function in corporate governance; self-discipline in Italy and abroad - Election and composition of the board of directors; committees; information flows between the bodies - Statutory auditors: functions, statutory auditor appointed by the minority; Audit: the position and duration; - Chief Financial Officer: duties and responsibilities Cooperatives: - Particularities Company limited by shares: - Directors-members; use of the model ("family safe") Limited Liability Company: - Typical features; flexibility and rigidity of the model - Right of control of members who are not directors - Decisions of members and their models; "interference" with regards to directors’ decisions - Directors; models: collegiality, conjunctive, disjunctive - Statutory Auditors (if any) and Auditors - Liability of directors, the various actions, the removal of directors
Course borrowed toMANAGEMENT E FINANZA (1407) - EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE - NOVARA
GIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GM133 DIRITTO COMMERCIALE PROGREDITO - NOVARA

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CourseDIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
Course IDEA049
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRRERA Maurizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap3
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseDIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
Course IDEA049
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRRERA Maurizio
TeachersIRRERA Maurizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe corporate governance PARTNERSHIPS STOCK COMPANIES LISTED COMPANIES COMPANY LIMITED BY SHARES LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY COOPERATIVES SUPERVISED COMPANIES PUBLIC COMPANY GROUPS OF COMPANIES
Reference textsAn updated version of the Civil Code is essential. Other recommended readings: AA.VV., Diritto del governo delle imprese, diretto da Maurizio Irrera, Giappichelli, Torino, 2016.
Teaching targetsThe course will delve into all corporate law notions which are essential to an in-depth understanding of corporate governance. In particular, it will focus on company bodies, their relationships and responsibilities, especially those of the board of directors. At the end of the academic course the student will be able to interpret and to apply the rules of law with an appropriate critical thinking and an appropriate legal language.
PrerequisitesStudents must have proven knowledge of Commercial Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures, with suggestions for further readings and discussion.
Other informationsWill be exempt from the following topics only - cooperatives, category of shares, groups of companies and "patti di famiglia" - everyone who has in the course of study the teaching of corporate governance law by 6 ECTS.
Grading rulesThe exam is written. Students are given the option of taking two written mid-term exams. Specifically, the exam consists of essay questions aimed at verifying an in-depth knowledge of the rules of law, the ability to apply the knowledge of the legal institutes to concrete cases and the ability to critically interpret the rules of law.
Full argumentsNotion of corporate governance and the historical relationship between the general assembly and the board of directors: Part I: MANAGEMENT - COMPETENCES - APPOINTMENT - PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS - PROHIBITION OF COMPETITION - COMPANIES DIRECTORS - TERMINATION - REPLACEMENT - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING - ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE - DUTIES - REMUNERATION - LEGAL REPRESENTATION - LIABILITY AND BUSINESS JUDGMENT RULE - GENERAL DIRECTOR Part II: CONTROL SYSTEMS AND ALTERNATE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYSTEMS - MEMBER' S RIGHT OF CONTROL - STATUTORY AUDITORS - AUDIT - EXTERNAL CONTROL - INTERNAL SYSTEM CONTROL - “ORGANISMO DI VIGILANZA” - ONE-TIER AND TWO-TIER SYSTEMS Part III: OWNERSHIP, GOVERNANCE AND GROUPS OF COMPANIES - MEMBER'S INTERFERENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT AND THEIR LIABILITY - CLASSES OF SHARES - “PATTI DI FAMIGLIA” - GOVERNANCE AND GROUPS OF COMPANIES
Course borrowed fromAMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE (1406) - EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE - NOVARA

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CourseDIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
Course IDEA049
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRRERA Maurizio
TeachersIRRERA Maurizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDIUS/04 - DIRITTO COMMERCIALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe corporate governance PARTNERSHIPS STOCK COMPANIES LISTED COMPANIES COMPANY LIMITED BY SHARES LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY COOPERATIVES SUPERVISED COMPANIES PUBLIC COMPANY GROUPS OF COMPANIES
Reference textsAn updated version of the Civil Code is essential. Other recommended readings: AA.VV., Diritto del governo delle imprese, diretto da Maurizio Irrera, Giappichelli, Torino, 2016.
Teaching targetsThe course will delve into all corporate law notions which are essential to an in-depth understanding of corporate governance. In particular, it will focus on company bodies, their relationships and responsibilities, especially those of the board of directors. At the end of the academic course the student will be able to interpret and to apply the rules of law with an appropriate critical thinking and an appropriate legal language.
PrerequisitesStudents must have proven knowledge of Commercial Law.
Didattics MethodsLectures, with suggestions for further readings and discussion.
Other informationsWill be exempt from the following topics only - cooperatives, category of shares, groups of companies and "patti di famiglia" - everyone who has in the course of study the teaching of corporate governance law by 6 ECTS.
Grading rulesThe exam is written. Students are given the option of taking two written mid-term exams. Specifically, the exam consists of essay questions aimed at verifying an in-depth knowledge of the rules of law, the ability to apply the knowledge of the legal institutes to concrete cases and the ability to critically interpret the rules of law.
Full argumentsNotion of corporate governance and the historical relationship between the general assembly and the board of directors: Part I: MANAGEMENT - COMPETENCES - APPOINTMENT - PERSONAL REQUIREMENTS - PROHIBITION OF COMPETITION - COMPANIES DIRECTORS - TERMINATION - REPLACEMENT - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING - ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE - DUTIES - REMUNERATION - LEGAL REPRESENTATION - LIABILITY AND BUSINESS JUDGMENT RULE - GENERAL DIRECTOR Part II: CONTROL SYSTEMS AND ALTERNATE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYSTEMS - MEMBER' S RIGHT OF CONTROL - STATUTORY AUDITORS - AUDIT - EXTERNAL CONTROL - INTERNAL SYSTEM CONTROL - “ORGANISMO DI VIGILANZA” - ONE-TIER AND TWO-TIER SYSTEMS Part III: OWNERSHIP, GOVERNANCE AND GROUPS OF COMPANIES - MEMBER'S INTERFERENCE IN THE MANAGEMENT AND THEIR LIABILITY - CLASSES OF SHARES - “PATTI DI FAMIGLIA” - GOVERNANCE AND GROUPS OF COMPANIES
Course borrowed toAMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE (1406) - EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE
MANAGEMENT E FINANZA (1407) - EA049 DIRITTO DEL GOVERNO DELLE IMPRESE - NOVARA
GIURISPRUDENZA (1602) - GS0174 Diritto commerciale progredito - NOVARA

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CourseEconomia del lavoro e Economia dell'innovazione
Course IDEC0007
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAICI Eliana
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageLabour Economics Italian and English. Economics of Innovation: Italian and English.
AbstractLabour Economics and Innovation: This is an integrated course with a duration of one year divided into two modules. The first module of the course on Labour Economics and Innovation is about Labour Economics. Labour Economics seeks to understand the functioning and the dynamics of labour markets through the interaction of workers and employers. The second module of the course on Labour Economics and Innovation is about Economics of Innovation. Through a study of the growth of the economy we are facing the significance, the importance and the limits of innovation. We also discuss the possibilities of economic policy to foster innovation and economic growth.
Reference textsModulo 1 – Labour Economics (Prof. Eliana Baici and Prof. Marco Francesconi) 6 CFU: - Pepi De Caleo - Brucchi Luchino, Manuale di economia del lavoro, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015. - Material suggested during the lectures For further information, please consult the course page on moodle D.I.R.: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/ Modulo 2 – Economics of innovation (Prof. Martin Zagler) 6 CFU - Blanchard, O., Amighini, A., Giavazzi, F. (2011), Scoprire la Macroeconomia. Vol. 1, 1° edizione, Il Mulino, Bologna, capp. 11 – 13. - Fagerberg, J., D. C. Mowery and R. R. Nelson (2007), Innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [0 – 3; 5; 7; 8] - Malerba, F. (2000), Economia dell’innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [1, 13, 14] - Garavaglia, C. (2010), Economia Industriale: Esercizi e Applicazioni, Carocci, Roma. [13] - Florio, A. (2003), Il finanziamento alle imprese innovative: Quale ruolo per il sistema bancario? [p. 1 - 9] - Unger, B. and M. Zagler (2003), Institutional and Organizational Determinants of Product Innovations, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research Vol. 16(3), 293 – 310. - Slides at http://sites.google.com/site/upodisei/ [.] indicates chapters for the June and September 2016 exams for participating students.
Teaching targetsLabour Economics: The course of Labour Economics seeks to analyse the functioning and the dynamics of labour markets through the interaction of workers and employers. The main objectives of the course are the following: 1. students should know, understand and be able to analyse how workers and employers take their major decisions about labour supply, labour demand and investment in human capital; 2. they should understand how those decisions influence the equilibrium of the labour market in terms of wages and employment; 3. it is also important that students know the role of institutions, understand how the policy maker can influence the performance of the labour market and evaluate the measures through which those objectives are pursued; 4. eventually students must be able to analyse the actual evolution of the labour market using the theoretical models they know. The module on the economics of innovation aims to illustrate the concepts of growth and innovation in an economic system. The students will know the sources of economic growth in the long run. In addition, they will learn the reasons for the innovative activities, elements that support research and development, and the peculiarities of the functioning of markets in innovative environment.
PrerequisitesLabour Economics and Economics of Innovation: Micro and macroeconomics.
Didattics MethodsLabour Economics and Innovation: • Lectures, case studies, exercises, Seminars and Testimonials. • Presentations by students. • Participation is voluntary, but suggested.
Other informationsLabour Economics: Class attendance is optional , but recommended. To attend will be given an exam additional after school .
Grading rulesLabour Economics: Non participants: o Written exam (60 min) (max 30 points) Participants: o Written exam (60 min): (max 20 points) o Active participation in class (max 4 points) o Presentation (max 8 points) Students attending the course will have an additional exam at the end of the lessons. Economics of Innovation: The grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. For each module: Non participants: o Written exam (45 min) (max 30 points) Participants: o Written exam (45 min): (max 20 points) o Active participation in class (max 4 points) o Presentation (max 8 points) Students attending the module of Labour Economics will be given an additional exam at the end of this course.
Full argumentsModulo 1 – Labour Economics (Prof. Eliana Baici and Prof. Marco Francesconi) – 6 CFU 1. Labour supply 2. Labour demand 3. Perfect competition 4. Imperfections in the labour market and unemployment 5. The regulation of the labour market, wage differentials 6. Education and human capital 7. Discrimination: what it is, when it is present, how to measure it and prevent it 8. Immigration and the labour market 9. Economic Analysis of illegal behaviour Module 2 – Economics of Innovation (Prof. Martin Zagler) – 6CFU 1. THEORY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH o Stylized Facts o The Solow model 2. INNOVATION o Definitions o Empirical Facts 3. THEORY OF INNOVATION o Schumpeter 1 o Schumpeter 2 o Neoclassical theory o Evolutionary theory 4. THE INNOVATIVE FIRM o Market structure o The innovative firm 5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY o Patents 6. THE INNOVATIVE SYSTEM o Institutions o The education system o The financing of innovation o Sectorial innovation systems 7. COMPETITIVNESS 8. ECONOMIC POLICY 9. INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
EC0027 Economia del lavoro SECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA BAICI Eliana, FRANCESCONI Marco
EC0028 Economia dell'innovazione SECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA ZAGLER Martin

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CourseEconomia del lavoro
Course IDEC0027
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAICI Eliana
TeachersBAICI Eliana, FRANCESCONI Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian and English
AbstractThe first module of the course on Labour Economics and Innovation is about Labour Economics. Labour Economics seeks to understand the functioning and the dynamics of labour markets through the interaction of workers and employers.
Reference textsModulo 1 – Labour Economics (Prof. Eliana Baici and Prof. Marco Francesconi) – 6 CFU - Pepi De Caleo - Brucchi Luchino, Manuale di economia del lavoro, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015. - Material suggested during the lectures - For further information, please consult the course page on moodle D.I.R.: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsThe module on labour economics aims to present and discuss the main issues related to the functioning of the labour market. It looks at how workers and firms assume their major decisions about supply, demand for labour and investment in human capital. It also analyses how their behaviour influences the equilibrium of the market in terms of wages and employment. The course also focuses on the role of institutions and discusses the main economic policy measures, and the empirical evidence for the major industrialized countries.
PrerequisitesBachelor degree.
Didattics Methods• Lectures, case studies, exercises, Seminars and Testimonials. • Presentations by students. • Participation is voluntary, but suggested.
Grading rulesThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. For each module: Non participants: o Written exam (45 min) (max 30 points) Participants: o Written exam (45 min): (max 20 points) o Active participation in class (max 4 points) o Presentation (max 8 points) Students attending the module of Labour Economics will be given an additional exam at the end of this course.
Full argumentsThis is an integrated full year course divided in two modules. Modulo 1 – Labour Economics (Prof. Eliana Baici and Prof. Marco Francesconi) – 6 CFU 1. Labour supply 2. Labour demand 3. Perfect competition 4. Imperfections in the labour market and unemployment 5. The regulation of the labour market, wage differentials 6. Education and human capital 7. Discrimination: what it is, when it is present, how to measure it and prevent it 8. Immigration and the labour market 9. Economic Analysis of illegal behaviour
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CourseEconomia dell'innovazione
Course IDEC0028
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAGLER Martin
TeachersZAGLER Martin
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian and English.
AbstractThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. For each module: Non participants: o Written exam (45 min) (max 30 points) Participants: o Written exam (45 min): (max 20 points) o Active participation in class (max 4 points) o Presentation (max 8 points) Students attending the module of Labour Economics will be given an additional exam at the end of this course.
Reference textsModulo 2 – Economics of innovation (Prof. Martin Zagler) – 6 CFU - Blanchard, O., Amighini, A., Giavazzi, F. (2011), Scoprire la Macroeconomia. Vol. 1, 1° edizione, Il Mulino, Bologna, capp. 11 – 13. - Fagerberg, J., D. C. Mowery and R. R. Nelson (2007), Innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [0 – 3; 5; 7; 8] - Malerba, F. (2000), Economia dell’innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [1, 13, 14] - Garavaglia, C. (2010), Economia Industriale: Esercizi e Applicazioni, Carocci, Roma. [13] - Florio, A. (2003), Il finanziamento alle imprese innovative: Quale ruolo per il sistema bancario? [p. 1 - 9] - Unger, B. and M. Zagler (2003), Institutional and Organizational Determinants of Product Innovations, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research Vol. 16(3), 293 – 310. - Slides at http://sites.google.com/site/upodisei/ [.] indicates chapters for the June and September 2016 exams for participating students.
Teaching targetsThe module on the economics of innovation aims to illustrate the concepts of growth and innovation in an economic system. The students will know the sources of economic growth in the long run. In addition, they will learn the reasons for the innovative activities, elements that support research and development, and the peculiarities of the functioning of markets in innovative environment.
PrerequisitesMicro and Macroeconomics
Didattics MethodsTo reach the objectives which the course on the Economics of Innovation has established, the following didactical methods will be adopted: • Lectures, where the main arguments that the students should apprehend will be illustrated; • Exercises in order to deepen the understanding of students the material discussed during lectures; • Testimonials, so that students can meet and interact with innovators and/or experts in the field of innovation, so that students understand how the knowledge acquired during the course is met in practice; • Group presentations of students (potentially in English) to verify their capacity of analysis, synthesis, critical judgement and communication.
Other informationsAttendance is voluntary, but suggested. Students that attend will have a separate exam in the summer session.
Grading rulesThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. The exam for Economics of Innovation is written. Students which have participated in less than 75% of classes (to be verified through an attendance list) have to reply to 3 open questions within 45 minutes (max 10 points per question). Students which have participated in at least 75% of classes (to be verified through an attendance list) and give the exam during the summer session can substitute one question with active participation and a presentation during class. In this case the final grade is determined in the following way: • max 10 points for the presentation; • max 9 points for each of the 2 questions; • max 3 points for active participation in class.
Full arguments1. THEORY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH o Stylized Facts o The Solow model 2. INNOVATION o Definitions o Empirical Facts 3. THEORY OF INNOVATION o Schumpeter 1 o Schumpeter 2 o Neoclassical theory o Evolutionary theory 4. THE INNOVATIVE FIRM o Market structure o The innovative firm 5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY o Patents 6. THE INNOVATIVE SYSTEM o Institutions o The education system o The financing of innovation o Sectorial innovation systems 7. COMPETITIVNESS 8. ECONOMIC POLICY 9. INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

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CourseEconomia del lavoro e Economia dell'innovazione
Course IDEC0007
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAICI Eliana
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian and English
AbstractLabour Economics and Economics of Innovation: This is an integrated course with a duration of one year divided into two modules. The first module of the course on is about Labour Economics and it seeks to understand the functioning and the dynamics of labour markets through the interaction of workers and employers. The second module of the course is about Economics of Innovation. Through a study of economic growth of the economy we are facing the significance, the importance and the limits of innovation. We also discuss the possibilities of economic policy to foster innovation and economic growth.
Reference textsModulo 1 – Labour Economics (6 CFU): - Pepi De Caleo - Brucchi Luchino, Manuale di economia del lavoro, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015. - Material suggested during the lectures For further information, please consult the course page on D.I.R.: https://www.dir.uniupo.it/ Modulo 2 – Economics of innovation (6 CFU): • Blanchard, O., Amighini, A., Giavazzi, F. (2011), Scoprire la Macroeconomia. Vol. 1, 1° edizione, Il Mulino, Bologna, capp. 11 – 13. • Fagerberg, J., D. C. Mowery and R. R. Nelson (2007), Innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [0 – 3; 5; 7; 8] • Malerba, F. (2000), Economia dell’innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [1, 13, 14] • Garavaglia, C. (2010), Economia Industriale: Esercizi e Applicazioni, Carocci, Roma. [13] • Florio, A. (2003), Il finanziamento alle imprese innovative: Quale ruolo per il sistema bancario? [p. 1 - 9] • Unger, B. and M. Zagler (2003), Institutional and Organizational Determinants of Product Innovations, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research Vol. 16(3), 293 – 310. • Slides at http://sites.google.com/site/upodisei/ [.] indicates chapters for the June and September 2016 exams for participating students.
Teaching targetsLabour Economics: The module of Labour Economics seeks to analyse the functioning and the dynamics of labour markets through the interaction of workers and employers. The main objectives of the course are the following: 1. students should know, understand and be able to analyse how workers and employers take their major decisions about labour supply, labour demand and investment in human capital; 2. they should understand how those decisions influence the equilibrium of the labour market in terms of wages and employment; 3. it is also important that students know the role of institutions, understand how the policy maker can influence the performance of the labour market and evaluate the measures through which those objectives are pursued; 4. eventually students must be able to analyse the actual evolution of the labour market using the theoretical models they know. Economics of Innovation: The module on the Economics of Innovation aims to illustrate the concepts of growth and innovation in an economic system. The students will know the sources of economic growth in the long run. In addition, they will learn the reasons for the innovative activities, elements that support research and development, and the peculiarities of the functioning of markets in innovative environment.
PrerequisitesMicro- and Macroeconomics
Didattics MethodsTo reach the objectives which the course on Labour Economics and Innovation has established, the following teaching methods will be adopted: • Lectures, to illustrate the main arguments that the students should know; • Exercises in order to deepen the understanding of students the material discussed during lectures; • Testimonials, so that students can meet and interact with innovators and/or experts in the fields of labour economics and innovation to understand how the knowledge acquired during the course is met in practice; • Group presentations of students (potentially in English) to verify their capacity of analysis, synthesis, critical judgement and communication.
Other informationsClass attendance is optional, but recommended. Students, who attend lectures will be given, additional possibilities if they will take the exam at the end of the course.
Grading rulesThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. The exam of both modules is written. For each exam: Students who have participated in less than 75% of classes (to be verified through an attendance list) have to answer to 3 open questions within 45 minutes (max 10 points per question). Students which have participated in at least 75% of classes (to be verified through an attendance list) and give the exam during the first session (winter for Labour Economics and summer session for Innovation) can substitute one question with active participation and a presentation during class. In this case the final grade is determined in the following way: • max 10 points for the presentation; • max 9 points for each of the 2 questions; • max 3 points for active participation in class.
Full argumentsModulo 1 – Labour Economics (6CFU): 1. Labour supply 2. Labour demand 3. Perfect competition 4. Imperfections in the labour market and unemployment 5. The regulation of the labour market, wage differentials 6. Education and human capital 7. Discrimination: what it is, when it is present, how to measure it and prevent it 8. Immigration and the labour market 9. Economic Analysis of illegal behaviour Module 2 – Economics of Innovation (6CFU): 1. THEORY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH o Stylized Facts o The Solow model 2. INNOVATION o Definitions o Empirical Facts 3. THEORY OF INNOVATION o Schumpeter 1 o Schumpeter 2 o Neoclassical theory o Evolutionary theory 4. THE INNOVATIVE FIRM o Market structure o The innovative firm 5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY o Patents 6. THE INNOVATIVE SYSTEM o Institutions o The education system o The financing of innovation o Sectorial innovation systems 7. COMPETITIVNESS 8. ECONOMIC POLICY 9. INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
EC0027 Economia del lavoro SECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA BAICI Eliana
EC0028 Economia dell'innovazione SECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA ZAGLER Martin

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CourseEconomia del lavoro
Course IDEC0027
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAICI Eliana
TeachersBAICI Eliana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian and English
AbstractThe first module of the course on Labour Economics and Innovation is about Labour Economics. Labour Economics seeks to understand the functioning and the dynamics of labour markets through the interaction of workers and employers.
Reference textsModulo 1 – Labour Economics (Prof. Eliana Baici and Prof. Marco Francesconi) – 6 CFU - Pepi De Caleo - Brucchi Luchino, Manuale di economia del lavoro, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015. - Material suggested during the lectures - For further information, please consult the course page on moodle D.I.R.: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsThe module on labour economics aims to present and discuss the main issues related to the functioning of the labour market. It looks at how workers and firms assume their major decisions about supply, demand for labour and investment in human capital. It also analyses how their behaviour influences the equilibrium of the market in terms of wages and employment. The course also focuses on the role of institutions and discusses the main economic policy measures, and the empirical evidence for the major industrialized countries.
PrerequisitesBachelor degree.
Didattics Methods• Lectures, case studies, exercises, Seminars and Testimonials. • Presentations by students. • Participation is voluntary, but suggested.
Grading rulesThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. For each module: Non participants: o Written exam (45 min) (max 30 points) Participants: o Written exam (45 min): (max 20 points) o Active participation in class (max 4 points) o Presentation (max 8 points) Students attending the module of Labour Economics will be given an additional exam at the end of this course.
Full argumentsThis is an integrated full year course divided in two modules. Modulo 1 – Labour Economics (Prof. Eliana Baici and Prof. Marco Francesconi) – 6 CFU 1. Labour supply 2. Labour demand 3. Perfect competition 4. Imperfections in the labour market and unemployment 5. The regulation of the labour market, wage differentials 6. Education and human capital 7. Discrimination: what it is, when it is present, how to measure it and prevent it 8. Immigration and the labour market 9. Economic Analysis of illegal behaviour
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CourseEconomia dell'innovazione
Course IDEC0028
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAGLER Martin
TeachersZAGLER Martin
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian and English.
AbstractThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. For each module: Non participants: o Written exam (45 min) (max 30 points) Participants: o Written exam (45 min): (max 20 points) o Active participation in class (max 4 points) o Presentation (max 8 points) Students attending the module of Labour Economics will be given an additional exam at the end of this course.
Reference textsModulo 2 – Economics of innovation (Prof. Martin Zagler) – 6 CFU - Blanchard, O., Amighini, A., Giavazzi, F. (2011), Scoprire la Macroeconomia. Vol. 1, 1° edizione, Il Mulino, Bologna, capp. 11 – 13. - Fagerberg, J., D. C. Mowery and R. R. Nelson (2007), Innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [0 – 3; 5; 7; 8] - Malerba, F. (2000), Economia dell’innovazione, Carocci, Roma. [1, 13, 14] - Garavaglia, C. (2010), Economia Industriale: Esercizi e Applicazioni, Carocci, Roma. [13] - Florio, A. (2003), Il finanziamento alle imprese innovative: Quale ruolo per il sistema bancario? [p. 1 - 9] - Unger, B. and M. Zagler (2003), Institutional and Organizational Determinants of Product Innovations, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research Vol. 16(3), 293 – 310. - Slides at http://sites.google.com/site/upodisei/ [.] indicates chapters for the June and September 2016 exams for participating students.
Teaching targetsThe module on the economics of innovation aims to illustrate the concepts of growth and innovation in an economic system. The students will know the sources of economic growth in the long run. In addition, they will learn the reasons for the innovative activities, elements that support research and development, and the peculiarities of the functioning of markets in innovative environment.
PrerequisitesMicro and Macroeconomics
Didattics MethodsTo reach the objectives which the course on the Economics of Innovation has established, the following didactical methods will be adopted: • Lectures, where the main arguments that the students should apprehend will be illustrated; • Exercises in order to deepen the understanding of students the material discussed during lectures; • Testimonials, so that students can meet and interact with innovators and/or experts in the field of innovation, so that students understand how the knowledge acquired during the course is met in practice; • Group presentations of students (potentially in English) to verify their capacity of analysis, synthesis, critical judgement and communication.
Other informationsAttendance is voluntary, but suggested. Students that attend will have a separate exam in the summer session.
Grading rulesThe grade in Labour Economics and Economics of Innovation (12 CFU) is the arithmetic mean of the two separate exams. The exam for Economics of Innovation is written. Students which have participated in less than 75% of classes (to be verified through an attendance list) have to reply to 3 open questions within 45 minutes (max 10 points per question). Students which have participated in at least 75% of classes (to be verified through an attendance list) and give the exam during the summer session can substitute one question with active participation and a presentation during class. In this case the final grade is determined in the following way: • max 10 points for the presentation; • max 9 points for each of the 2 questions; • max 3 points for active participation in class.
Full arguments1. THEORY OF ECONOMIC GROWTH o Stylized Facts o The Solow model 2. INNOVATION o Definitions o Empirical Facts 3. THEORY OF INNOVATION o Schumpeter 1 o Schumpeter 2 o Neoclassical theory o Evolutionary theory 4. THE INNOVATIVE FIRM o Market structure o The innovative firm 5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY o Patents 6. THE INNOVATIVE SYSTEM o Institutions o The education system o The financing of innovation o Sectorial innovation systems 7. COMPETITIVNESS 8. ECONOMIC POLICY 9. INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

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CourseINGLESE (L.M. I)
Course IDE0315
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
CFU4
Teaching duration (hours)32
Individual study time 68
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseINGLESE (L.M. I)
Course IDE0315
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
CFU4
Teaching duration (hours)32
Individual study time 68
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseINGLESE (L.M. I)
Course IDE0315
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
CFU4
Teaching duration (hours)32
Individual study time 68
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal judgment
AbstractThe following topics will be at the core of the course: • The concept of the ever-changing state. • Current issues – Brexit, the aftermath, the European response. • The European Union – its structure, institutions, role and effectiveness. • The forming of modern Europe – the legacies of two World Wars. • The forming of the Welfare States in Europe. • The Thatcher & Blair legacies. • The Banking Sector and the City of London • Globalisation. • Immigration from outside the EU and from within. • The European Central Bank, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund. • Corruption, acccountability and transparency. • Democracy - its limitations and importance. • The new Populist Politics.
Reference textsThere is no course textbook. Handouts will be supplied and later published on the student website. One or more of the following are essential background reading: Financial Times, Times, Guardian, Independent, European Voice, Economist , Sole 24 Ore. Any other serious political - economic journal.
Teaching targetsThe aims of the course are to confront students with a forum of discussion and explore the current issues in world politics and economics. Presented in English, the course will challenge, debate and analyse current political and economic thinking. Students will be required to participate in discussions and will be introduced to the skills of public speaking by making their own presentations in English.
PrerequisitesTo follow this course properly, students must have a B2 level of English. Since the objectives of the course are to discuss and scrutinize current world issues all of which are relevant to their other courses, students will need to develop their skills in skimming and scanning articles and be able to synthesize them into making coherent arguments. They will be required to develop their skills in making presentations and answering questions from an audience and to answer questions in a developed and intelligent way.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be a mixture of teacher - centred lecture/ discussion and student participation with the former being the norm in the first part and the latter in the second part of the course. In the second half, students may be required to give presentations and participate in debate/ discussions.
Grading rules• The exam will consist of a 2 hour written paper in which students will be invited to answer any two questions from a list of about 15. All questions will have been about topics covered during the course. The questions will require a full discursive answer presented in good English and developed into a coherent and clear argument. • There will be no oral exam for those students who pass the written part, but those who are borderline will be given the chance of an oral in order to pass. • The exam is ‘ Idoneo ‘ and carries 4 credits. International Certification. This course is judged not only on language ability but also on content and therefore international certification will not exempt anyone from doing the exam and neither will those who have done three months work experience abroad be exempt. The Department positively encourages students to take external examinations (such as the Cambridge exams ,TOEFL and IELTS) for their own value. They play a vital role in a student’s armoury for future job opportunities. Advice and assistance in enrolling and taking these exams is available at any time from me. The relevant exams to students at this level are : B2 – First Certificate of English ( FCE ), Business English Course – Vantage:C1 – Certificate of Advanced English ( CAE ), Business English Course (Higher ).B2/C1 - International Legal English Course (ILEC), International Certificate in Financial English (IFCE). International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and TOEFL.
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CourseINGLESE (L.M. I)
Course IDE0315
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
TeachersIRVING-BELL Colin Stephen
CFU4
Teaching duration (hours)32
Individual study time 68
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap3
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal judgment
AbstractThe following topics will be at the core of the course: • The concept of the ever-changing state. • Current issues – Brexit, the aftermath, the European response. • The European Union – its structure, institutions, role and effectiveness. • The forming of modern Europe – the legacies of two World Wars. • The forming of the Welfare States in Europe. • The Thatcher & Blair legacies. • The Banking Sector and the City of London • Globalisation. • Immigration from outside the EU and from within. • The European Central Bank, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund. • Corruption, acccountability and transparency. • Democracy - its limitations and importance. • The new Populist Politics.
Reference textsThere is no course textbook. Handouts will be supplied and later published on the student website. One or more of the following are essential background reading: Financial Times, Times, Guardian, Independent, European Voice, Economist , Sole 24 Ore. Any other serious political - economic journal.
Teaching targetsThe aims of the course are to confront students with a forum of discussion and explore the current issues in world politics and economics. Presented in English, the course will challenge, debate and analyse current political and economic thinking. Students will be required to participate in discussions and will be introduced to the skills of public speaking by making their own presentations in English.
PrerequisitesTo follow this course properly, students must have a B2 level of English. Since the objectives of the course are to discuss and scrutinize current world issues all of which are relevant to their other courses, students will need to develop their skills in skimming and scanning articles and be able to synthesize them into making coherent arguments. They will be required to develop their skills in making presentations and answering questions from an audience and to answer questions in a developed and intelligent way.
Didattics MethodsThe course will be a mixture of teacher - centred lecture/ discussion and student participation with the former being the norm in the first part and the latter in the second part of the course. In the second half, students may be required to give presentations and participate in debate/ discussions.
Grading rules• The exam will consist of a 2 hour written paper in which students will be invited to answer any two questions from a list of about 15. All questions will have been about topics covered during the course. The questions will require a full discursive answer presented in good English and developed into a coherent and clear argument. • There will be no oral exam for those students who pass the written part, but those who are borderline will be given the chance of an oral in order to pass. • The exam is ‘ Idoneo ‘ and carries 4 credits. International Certification. This course is judged not only on language ability but also on content and therefore international certification will not exempt anyone from doing the exam and neither will those who have done three months work experience abroad be exempt. The Department positively encourages students to take external examinations (such as the Cambridge exams ,TOEFL and IELTS) for their own value. They play a vital role in a student’s armoury for future job opportunities. Advice and assistance in enrolling and taking these exams is available at any time from me. The relevant exams to students at this level are : B2 – First Certificate of English ( FCE ), Business English Course – Vantage:C1 – Certificate of Advanced English ( CAE ), Business English Course (Higher ).B2/C1 - International Legal English Course (ILEC), International Certificate in Financial English (IFCE). International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and TOEFL.
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CourseMetodi statistici per l'impresa
Course IDEC0024
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAY Caterina
TeachersMAY Caterina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-S/01 - STATISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractProbability theory and its applications for business and finance. Theory of sampling. Statistical inference methods: point estimation, confidence intervals, tests of hypothesis. Applications. Linear regression: significance and applications. Statistical quality control.
Reference textsGiuseppe Cicchitelli. Statistica Principi e Metodi Pearson 2/ed (2012) Newbold, Carlson, Thorne. Statistica 2/ed. Pearson (2010) Douglas C. Montgomery. Controllo statistico della qualità 2/ed McGraw-Hill (2006) Giuseppe Cicchitelli. Probabilità e statistica Maggioli Editore (2001) Further teaching material prepared by the professor will be published on D.I.R. (https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/)
Teaching targetsThe goal of the course is the study of statistical inference and its applications to enterprise, business and finance.
PrerequisitesContents of the following courses: Mathematical Methods I and II and Statistics.
Didattics MethodsLectures including both theory and exercises.
Other informationsWill be published during the course on D.I.R. (https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/)
Grading rulesCompulsory written examination plus optional oral examination.
Full arguments1. Elements of probability: The random experiments and the probability space. Probability. Conditional probability and independence. Discrete and continuous random variables. Cumulative distribution function, mean, variance and moments. Models for distributions of discrete and continuous random variables. Random vectors: joint distribution, conditional distributions. Conditional mean and variance. Gaussian vectors. 2. Sampling and sampling distributions. Central limit theorem. 3. Statistical inference: Estimators and properties. Point estimation and confidence intervals. Parametric tests of hypothesis. Empirical distribution function. QQ-plot. Testing the normality of a distribution. 4. Applications to statistical process control for quality improvement. Control charts for variables and for attributes. 5. Linear regression model: inference and applications. Dummy variables. 1. Elements of probability: The random experiments and the probability space. Probability. Conditional probability and independence. Discrete and continuous random variables. Cumulative distribution function, mean, variance and moments. Models for distributions of discrete and continuous random variables. Random vectors: joint distribution, conditional distributions. Conditional mean and variance. Gaussian vectors. 2. Sampling and sampling distributions. Central limit theorem. 3. Statistical inference: Estimators and properties. Point estimation and confidence intervals. Parametric tests of hypothesis. Empirical distribution function. QQ-plot. Testing the normality of a distribution. 4. Applications to statistical process control for quality improvement. Control charts for variables and for attributes. 5. Linear regression model: inference and applications. Dummy variables.
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CourseMetodi statistici per l'impresa
Course IDEC0024
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAY Caterina
TeachersMAY Caterina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-S/01 - STATISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractThe contents of the course can be summarized in the three following topics. Probability theory and its applications for business and finance. Theory of sampling and statistical inference methods, with applications. Linear regression models and using them to solve real problems.
Reference textsNewbold, Carlson, Thorne. Statistica 2/ed. Pearson (2010) Further teaching material prepared by the professor will be published on the web page of D.I.R. (https://www.dir.uniupo.it)
Teaching targetsThe goal of the course is the use of the probability theory and of the fundamental tools of statistical inference for business applications.
PrerequisitesContents of the following courses: Mathematical Methods I and II and Statistics. (Detailed programs and Lecture Notes can be found on their specific D.I.R. web pages; an equivalent text book is: Fulvia Mecatti, Statistica di base, 2/ed., McGraw-Hill.)
Didattics MethodsLectures including both theory and exercises, also with Excel.
Other informationsFurther informations will be published during the course on D.I.R. (https://www.dir.uniupo.it)
Grading rulesCompulsory written examination plus optional oral examination, comprising theory, problems and exercises.
Full arguments1. Elements of probability: random experiments and probability spaces, probability, conditional probability and independence. Discrete and continuous random variables. Models for distributions of discrete and continuous random variables. Multivariate variables: joint distribution, conditional distributions. 2. From probability to statistical inference: simple sampling and sampling distributions. Central limit theorem. 3. Statistical inference and applications: point and interval estimators and their properties; parametric tests of hypothesis for one and two populations. QQ-plot. Testing the normality of a distribution. 4. Applications to statistical process control for quality improvement. Control charts for variables and for attributes. 5. The linear regression model: inference and applications to real problems. Useful generalizations of the linear model. 6. Sampling techniques for finite populations. Sampling for audit.

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CoursePRINCIPI CONTABILI INTERNAZIONALI
Course IDE0306
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersCAMPRA Maura
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe financial statement according to the IAS/IFRS: the communitarian regulations - the Italian subjects forced to apply IAS/IFRS. Introduction FRAMEWORK IAS 1: Presentation of financial statement. IAS 2: Inventories. IAS 7: Cash Flow Statements. IAS 8: Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates, and Errors. IAS 10: Events After the Balance Sheet Date. IAS 11: Construction contracts. IAS 16: Property, Plant and Equipment. IAS 17: Leases. IAS 18: Revenue. IAS 20: Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of Government Assistance. IAS 23: Borrowing Costs. IAS 36: Impairment of assets. IAS 37: Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets. IAS 38 Intangible Assets. IAS 40: Investment Property. IFRS 5: Non-current Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued Operations IFRS 13: Fair Value Measurement IAS 12: Notes Income Taxes IAS 19: Notes Employee Benefits. IAS 21: Notes The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates. IFRIC 1 Changes in Existing Decommissioning, Restoration and Similar Liabilities. IFRIC 5: Rights to Interests arising from Decommissioning, Restoration and Environmental Rehabilitation Funds. IFRIC 6: Liabilities arising from Participating in a Specific Market—Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. IFIRC 12: Service concession arrangements IFRIC 13: Customer Loyalty Programmes. SIC 31: Revenue—Barter Transactions Involving Advertising Services.
Reference textsThe text of each IAS /IFRS. A.A.V.V. – IAS/IFRS – Ipsoa Editore – Gruppo WolterKluwersItalia, Milano, last edition, 2014. Further informations can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://www.dir.uniupo.it
Teaching targetsThe course of International Accounting Standards is aimed to give the basis in order to understand the international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS) issued from the IASB. In fact, the IAS/IFRS will have to be apply in the editing of the consolidated accounts and the financial statements of the companies which securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures, business cases and exercises will be used during the course.
Other informationsAttending the course is not compulsory but it is highly recommended
Grading rulesThe examination is written anfd it contains from 1 to 6 cases. Each of them includes exercise and written free-answers questions. The total mark is 30 out of 30. The candidate is given from 90 minutes to 150 minutes. The student who attended the lectures of the course has the opportunity to do two partial exams. The student can access the second partial exam only if he has passed the first test with a mark of at least 18/30.
Full argumentsThe course is about the following international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS): Framework IAS 1 IAS 2 IAS 7 IAS 8 IAS 10 IAS 11 IAS 12 hints IAS 16 IAS 17 IAS 18 IAS 19 hints IAS 20 IAS 21 hints IAS 23 IAS 32, 39 hints IAS 36 IAS 37 IAS 38 IAS 40

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CoursePRINCIPI CONTABILI INTERNAZIONALI
Course IDE0306
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAMPRA Maura
TeachersCAMPRA Maura
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe financial statement according to the IAS/IFRS: the communitarian regulations - the Italian subjects forced to apply IAS/IFRS. Introduction FRAMEWORK IAS 1: Presentation of financial statement. IAS 2: Inventories. IAS 7: Cash Flow Statements. IAS 8: Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates, and Errors. IAS 10: Events After the Balance Sheet Date. IAS 11: Construction contracts. IAS 16: Property, Plant and Equipment. IAS 17: Leases. IAS 18: Revenue. IAS 20: Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure of Government Assistance. IAS 23: Borrowing Costs. IAS 36: Impairment of assets. IAS 37: Provisions, Contingent Liabilities and Contingent Assets. IAS 38 Intangible Assets. IAS 40: Investment Property. IFRS 5: Non-current Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued Operations IFRS 13: Fair Value Measurement IAS 12: Notes Income Taxes IAS 19: Notes Employee Benefits. IAS 21: Notes The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates. IFRIC 1 Changes in Existing Decommissioning, Restoration and Similar Liabilities. IFRIC 5: Rights to Interests arising from Decommissioning, Restoration and Environmental Rehabilitation Funds. IFRIC 6: Liabilities arising from Participating in a Specific Market—Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. IFIRC 12: Service concession arrangements IFRIC 13: Customer Loyalty Programmes. SIC 31: Revenue—Barter Transactions Involving Advertising Services.
Reference textsThe text of each IAS /IFRS. A.A.V.V. – IAS/IFRS – Ipsoa Editore – Gruppo WolterKluwersItalia, Milano, last edition, 2014. Further informations can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://www.dir.uniupo.it
Teaching targetsThe course of International Accounting Standards is aimed to give the basis in order to understand the international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS) issued from the IASB. In fact, the IAS/IFRS will have to be apply in the editing of the consolidated accounts and the financial statements of the companies which securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures, business cases and exercises will be used during the course.
Other informationsAttending the course is not compulsory but it is highly recommended
Grading rulesThe examination is written anfd it contains from 1 to 6 cases. Each of them includes exercise and written free-answers questions. The total mark is 30 out of 30. The candidate is given from 90 minutes to 150 minutes. The student who attended the lectures of the course has the opportunity to do two partial exams. The student can access the second partial exam only if he has passed the first test with a mark of at least 18/30.
Full argumentsThe course is about the following international accounting standards (IAS/IFRS): Framework IAS 1 IAS 2 IAS 7 IAS 8 IAS 10 IAS 11 IAS 12 hints IAS 16 IAS 17 IAS 18 IAS 19 hints IAS 20 IAS 21 hints IAS 23 IAS 32, 39 hints IAS 36 IAS 37 IAS 38 IAS 40

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CourseVALUTAZIONI D'AZIENDA
Course IDE0146
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCOMOLI Maurizio
TeachersCOMOLI Maurizio, BAVAGNOLI Francesco
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course is divided in two parts. Part 1 – Introduction to Business Valuation and generally accepted valuation methods (Prof. Comoli) – 4 CFU Business valuation: overview The principles of value measurement: the difference between price and value The most appropriate valuation methods according to the academy and used in practice The valuation process Methods based on the analytical valuation of assets and liabilities Net asset value Net asset value adjusted for intangibles The Intangibles: introductory concepts and definitions Methods based on income or cash flow streams The income-based approach The estimate of discount rates The discounted cash flow method (DCF): underlying assumptions and implementation Forecasting cash flows, terminal value and the impact of financial structure Mixed valuation criteria U.E.C. method Part 2 – Market Multiples and special issues (Prof. Bavagnoli) – 4 CFU Rules of thumb and market data Stock exchange multiples and comparable transactions A deeper examination of multiples From firm’s equity value to the value of the investment in the firm Control premium and minority discount Brand valuation Business valuation reporting – structure and content.
Reference textsL. Guatri – M. Bini, Nuovo trattato sulla valutazione delle aziende, EGEA, Milano, 2009 Further material (slides, case studies, articles) and information can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsThe course aims to develop an understanding of: • the criteria, tools and main issues related to business valuation, for such purposes as: mergers and acquisitions, valuation of control or minority stakes, business performance valuation and valuation for financial reporting; • the connection between strategy and valuation; • the income approach, discounted cash flow analysis (DCF), valuation of intangibles and market multiples.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, exercises, case studies.
Other informationsClass attendance is voluntary (not mandatory).
Grading rulesA written examination will be performed on the scheduled dates.
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CourseVALUTAZIONI D'AZIENDA
Course IDE0146
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2016/2017
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCOMOLI Maurizio
TeachersCOMOLI Maurizio, BAVAGNOLI Francesco
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course is divided in two parts. Part 1 – Introduction to Business Valuation and generally accepted valuation methods (Prof. Comoli) – 4 CFU Business valuation: overview The principles of value measurement: the difference between price and value The most appropriate valuation methods according to the academy and used in practice The valuation process Methods based on the analytical valuation of assets and liabilities Net asset value Net asset value adjusted for intangibles The Intangibles: introductory concepts and definitions Methods based on income or cash flow streams The income-based approach The estimate of discount rates The discounted cash flow method (DCF): underlying assumptions and implementation Forecasting cash flows, terminal value and the impact of financial structure Mixed valuation criteria U.E.C. method Part 2 – Market Multiples and valuation in special contexts (Prof. Bavagnoli) – 4 CFU Rules of thumb and market data Market multiples and comparable transactions A deeper examination of multiples From firm’s equity value to the value of an investment Control premium and minority discount Brand valuation Business valuation reporting – structure and content.
Reference textsL. Guatri – M. Bini, Nuovo trattato sulla valutazione delle aziende, EGEA, Milano, 2009 Further material (slides, case studies, articles) and information can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targets1. Knowledge and understanding: The students will know and understand the methods, tools and main problems related to business valuation in the context of their specific purposes: merger and acquisitions, asset deals or stock deals, valuation of a control or a minority stock, measurement of company’s performance, valuations for financial reporting, brand valuation. Frontal teaching activity and team working will allow the students to realize which are the most appropriate valuation methods. Moreover the students will be able to understand the relationships between strategy, valuation and value creation or destruction. 2. Applying knowledge and understanding: The students will acquire the capacity to apply the acquired knowledge and the principles of business valuation. Discussion of case studies will allow students to professionally deal with valuation assignments, performing a proper fundamental analysis and eventually finalizing the valuation. 3. Making judgements: The students will develop independent judgement capacity, critical thinking and ability to relate theoretical topics to applications. In comparing theoretical tools and practical applications, the students will acquire capacity of reflection and interpretation of information needed to manage the valuation process. Building on these knowledge and understanding they will be able to deliver professional valuations in real situations, building their own judgement on strong economic, financial and ethical foundations. 4. Communication skills: The students will acquire mastership of expression and proper technical language for business valuations. The development of these communication skills will make the students capable of articulating in a proper format professional valuations. 5. Learning skills: The students will acquire a high level of learning ability that will make them autonomous in developing their own technical and practical knowledge. Specifically the students will be able to face the upcoming challenges in their professional careers and in the rest of their academic life, also being able to individually analyse in depth specific topics related to business valuation.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, exercises, case studies.
Other informationsClass attendance is voluntary (not mandatory).
Grading rulesThe outcome of the learning process is checked through written exams, whereby the students will be required to articulate relevant topics discussed in the course, providing evidence of the acquired knowledge by means of answers to open questions of theoretical and/or applied nature. The students can pass the exam through two different procedures: - two written partial tests which are held, the first at the end of the first half of the course, and the second at the end of it (the second test can be taken only by students who have passed the first one with the score at least of 18/30). Students who positively pass both written tests automatically get the final grade (determined as an arithmetic average of the scores of the two tests). - general all-inclusive test (covering all of the course’s contents). If the students don’t pass one of the two partial tests or if they choose the general test, they will take a written exam covering all of the course’s contents.
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CourseAnalisi di bilancio corso progredito
Course IDEC0012
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBORRE' Luigi
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseAnalisi di bilancio corso progredito
Course IDEC0012
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBORRE' Luigi
TeachersMAGGI Davide, BORRE' Luigi
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe following main topics are analysed: - earnings management and biases of FSA process - foundamental analysis - stock market ratios; - equity reports and market analysts opinions; - analysis of banks financial statements; - financial planning techniques. - analysis
Reference textsLearning material published by the teacher on the Moodle Platform:
Teaching targetsThe subject of the course is an advanced approach to financial statement analysis, from a professional analyst perspective. A full knowledge of financial statement analysis basics and most traditional indicators are assumed; this course is a completion of that knowledge with an advanced approach and the study of "second level" indicators and indicators based on market values. Main topics are: industry and competitors analysis, groups performance analysis, distortion of the analysis due to possible data biases, construction of financial business plans in order to evaluate possible critical perspectives in business activity developments. The analysis of financial statements of public enterprises is discussed in the final part of the course.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises, case studies, with handouts to be read in advance by the students.
Grading rulesOral examination concerning the contents of learning material and the theoretical and practical topics discussed during lessons.
Full argumentsThe subject of the course is an advanced approach to financial statement analysis, from a professional analyst perspective. A full knowledge of financial statement analysis basics and most traditional indicators are assumed; this course is a completion of that knowledge with an advanced approach and the study of "second level" indicators and indicators based on market values. Main topics are: industry and competitors analysis, groups performance analysis, distortion of the analysis due to possible data biases, construction of financial business plans in order to evaluate possible critical perspectives in business activity developments. After a review of FSA basics, the following sessions examine Second level topics sessions will follow an FSA basics review. Among the former: - consolidated financial statements analysis; - stock market ratios; - equity reports and market analysts opinions; - industry and competitors analysis; - earnings management and FSA distortions and biases; - financial planning techniques. - banks finacial statements analysis - analysis of public enteprises Cases and incidents taken from real situations will be discussed. A strong students involvement is required. They are called to an active participation to lessons, sometimes analyzing cases and elaborating material provided by the teacher in advance or collected by themselves.

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CourseAnalisi di bilancio corso progredito
Course IDEC0012
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBORRE' Luigi
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseAnalisi di bilancio corso progredito
Course IDEC0012
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBORRE' Luigi
TeachersMAGGI Davide, BORRE' Luigi
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe following main topics are analysed: - earnings management and biases of FSA process - foundamental analysis - stock market ratios; - equity reports and market analysts opinions; - analysis of banks financial statements; - financial planning techniques. - analysis
Reference textsLearning material published by the teacher on the Moodle Platform:
Teaching targetsThe subject of the course is an advanced approach to financial statement analysis, from a professional analyst perspective. A full knowledge of financial statement analysis basics and most traditional indicators are assumed; this course is a completion of that knowledge with an advanced approach and the study of "second level" indicators and indicators based on market values. Main topics are: industry and competitors analysis, groups performance analysis, distortion of the analysis due to possible data biases, construction of financial business plans in order to evaluate possible critical perspectives in business activity developments. The analysis of financial statements of public enterprises is discussed in the final part of the course.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises, case studies, with handouts to be read in advance by the students.
Grading rulesOral examination with questions, incidents, short cases and exercisesa bout both theoretical and logical topics and issues discussed in all the sections of the course.
Full argumentsThe subject of the course is an advanced approach to financial statement analysis, from a professional analyst perspective. A full knowledge of financial statement analysis basics and most traditional indicators are assumed; this course is a completion of that knowledge with an advanced approach and the study of "second level" indicators and indicators based on market values. Main topics are: industry and competitors analysis, groups performance analysis, distortion of the analysis due to possible data biases, construction of financial business plans in order to evaluate possible critical perspectives in business activity developments. After a review of FSA basics, the following sessions examine Second level topics sessions will follow an FSA basics review. Among the former: - consolidated financial statements analysis; - stock market ratios; - equity reports and market analysts opinions; - industry and competitors analysis; - earnings management and FSA distortions and biases; - financial planning techniques. - banks finacial statements analysis - analysis of public enteprises Cases and incidents taken from real situations will be discussed. A strong students involvement is required. They are called to an active participation to lessons, sometimes analyzing cases and elaborating material provided by the teacher in advance or collected by themselves.

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CourseCONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA
Course IDE0381
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRIVA Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseCONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA
Course IDE0381
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRIVA Patrizia
TeachersRIVA Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIn the first part of the course, after defining the concept of Corporate Governance, the main theories of reference will be studied in depth, investigating the origins, development and evolution of the various models and examining the effects on competitiveness and on the dynamics of growth and development of the enterprise in the long term. The prevailing patterns of corporate governance in the various contexts in which the company shows a significant fragmentation of venture capital will be studied. The Corporate Governance pattern typical of the Italian system will be analyzed where such circumstance rarely occurs because of the special structure of share capital. In particular, ample time will be given to the study of governance issues typical of Italian listed and unlisted companies and to the role played by the internal control system in the context described. In the second part of the course Internal Auditing issues will be discussed, thus: Specific features of the internal auditing system of industrial and financial companies. Anti-money laundering regulations. The administrative liability of companies pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 231 and features of organizational models exempting from liability. The role of statutory auditors (and other supervisory bodies in one-tier and two-tier governance systems), the duties, the working methods. The relationships between the various supervisory and control bodies in the various governance systems (traditional – one-tier – two-tier), overlaps, redundancies and evolutionary trends, a comparison of best practices in listed companies (outline of Codes of Conduct) and companies that do not access markets. Evaluation and verification of the internal auditing system, the role of the manager in charge. The role of supervisory and control bodies in certain critical and / or risky situations: fraud, transactions with related parties, hedging transactions (derivatives).
Reference textsTransparencies in Power Point format specially prepared by the professor will be made available to students for this course. The texts used for the lessons in the classroom and which serve as a reference text for taking the examination are: - COMOLI M., “I sistemi di controllo interno nella governance”, Egea, Milan, last edition. - TETTAMANZI P., “Internal Auditing. Evoluzione storica, stato dell’arte e tendenze di sviluppo”, Egea, Milan, last edition. - ABRIANI N. (et al.), “Diritto delle società”, short Manual, Giuffrè, last edition. - MONTALENTI P., “La società quotata – trattato di diritto commerciale”, Cedam IV, last edition. Further details and research group will be required on texts proposed on various topics from the professor at the beginning of the course.
Teaching targetsAn adequate system of good corporate governance is indispensable for the proper functioning of the production system, which delivers the correct relationships necessary to qualify the company as a reliable counterpart in financial, business, professional and social dealings, and which enables the creation of the conditions for growth according to criteria of sound and prudential management. The course aims to provide a basis for the analysis, in the light of an enterprise’s significant growth that often originates a considerable growth in size, of the main management and control instruments which the company has implemented
PrerequisitesIt is suggested to have attended the following two courses: accounting; business.
Didattics MethodsThe course consists of a total commitment of 48 hours of lectures, equivalent to 6 ECTS. Extra classroom activities consist of studying the lessons shown in the analytical syllabus and preparing group work on the texts assigned and provided by the professor and doing research in the faculty library. Group work will be presented and evaluated in the classroom.
Other informationsThe professor will be available to speak with students weekly at Dipartimento di Studi per l’Impresa e il Territorio room T12. Course attendance is optional but recommended as case studies will be presented, experts invited to speak and workshops conducted. All the above activities facilitate learning.
Grading rulesStudents who take the exam in the session immediately following the end of the course will only have to take a written test covering the whole syllabus, with particular reference to the topics discussed in the classroom. In subsequent sessions, the examination may be taken in an oral and / or written form and will focus on the entire syllabus

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CourseCONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA
Course IDE0381
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRIVA Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseCONTROLLO INTERNO E GOVERNO D'IMPRESA
Course IDE0381
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRIVA Patrizia
TeachersRIVA Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseCORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING
Course IDEA046
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAPIZZI Vincenzo
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/11 - ECONOMIA DEGLI INTERMEDIARI FINANZIARI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseCORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING
Course IDEA046
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAPIZZI Vincenzo
TeachersCAPIZZI Vincenzo
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/11 - ECONOMIA DEGLI INTERMEDIARI FINANZIARI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractThe course deals with investment banking transactions and presents the operations of banks and other financial institutions when operating in the capital markets and offering to corporate clients non lending financial services. More in details, the course will provide tools, models and concrete examples required in order to design and implement the major typologies of corporate and investment banking transactions as well as to understand the nature of the advisory activity performed by banks and financial institutions.
Reference textsRequired textbook: Liaw K.T., The Business of Investment Banking: A Comprehensive overview. Third Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 2011. The instructors will provide articles, slides, case studies and working papers in order to deepen specific course topics. For further information, please make reference to the course official web page at the following link: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/ Suggested readings: Capizzi V., (a cura di), L’investment banking in Italia, Bancaria, Roma, 2007. Capizzi V., (a cura di), Crisi d’impresa e ristrutturazione del debito, Egea, Milano, 2014. Fleuriet M., Investment Banking Explained: An Insider’s Guide to the Industry, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2008. Forestieri G., (a cura di), Corporate e investment banking, Terza Edizione, Egea, Milano, 2015. Iannotta G., Investment Banking: A Guide to Underwriting and Advisory Services, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2010. Rosenbaum J., Pearl J., Investment Banking: Valuation, Leveraged Buy-Outs and Mergers and Acquisitions. Second Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 2013. Stowell D., Investment Banking, Hedge Funds and Private Equity. Second Edition, Elsevier, Cambrigde, MA, 2012.
Teaching targetsThe course is aimed at presenting: - the business areas of investment banking (capital markets, corporate finance, merchant banking, structured finance, asset management and risk management) - the business models, organizational structures and competitive strategies of investment banks - the operations and economics of investment banks - the non lending financial needs coming from large corporations and SMEs - the major technical, valuation and contractual features of investment banking deals
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsGiven its professional and applicative nature, the course instructor will use a balanced mix of different teaching methods (face-to-face lessons, exercises and simulations, business games and guest speakers), in order to contribute developing and improving participants’ problem solving aptitude.
Other informationsClass participation is not compulsory. A specific “participant track” will allow attending students sustaining specific cases and assignments to gain some points, which will contribute to the final grade.
Grading rulesOne compulsory written exam (closed books closed notes) constituted of 4 open question with a 60 minutes duration, covering the whole course program, as faced in the required textbook. Students will have to give the exam in English.
Full arguments- The investment banking industry: origins and development. - Corporate needs and the demand for investment banking services - Identifying major business units in the corporate & investment banking industry. - Competences and skills required in the corporate & investment banking industry. - Corporate finance transactions: mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, equity carve-outs. - The role of advisors in the M&A deals. - Defensive and offensive advisory services in the hostile takeovers. - The advisory role in IPOs and seasoned offerings. - Corporate bond issues: syndication, underwriting and placement. - Mezzanine finance: designing, placing and trading hybrid debt securities - Securitizations and other capital markets transactions. - Leveraged acquisitions: LBOs, MBOs, FBOs - Distressed companies and turnaround advisory services - The role of advisors in work-outs and legal debt restructuring procedures. - The merchant banking industry: venture capital and private equity. - The operations of closed-end funds: fundraising, investments, monitoring and way out. - Structured finance and project finance deals.
Course borrowed fromMANAGEMENT E FINANZA (1407) - EA046 CORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING - NOVARA

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CourseCORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING
Course IDEA046
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAPIZZI Vincenzo
TeachersCAPIZZI Vincenzo
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/11 - ECONOMIA DEGLI INTERMEDIARI FINANZIARI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractThe course deals with investment banking transactions and presents the operations of banks and other financial institutions when operating in the capital markets and offering to corporate clients non lending financial services. More in details, the course will provide tools, models and concrete examples required in order to design and implement the major typologies of corporate and investment banking transactions as well as to understand the nature of the advisory activity performed by banks and financial institutions.
Reference textsRequired textbook: Liaw K.T., The Business of Investment Banking: A Comprehensive overview. Third Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 2011. The instructors will provide articles, slides, case studies and working papers in order to deepen specific course topics. For further information, please make reference to the course official web page at the following link: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/ Suggested readings: Capizzi V., (a cura di), L’investment banking in Italia, Bancaria, Roma, 2007. Capizzi V., (a cura di), Crisi d’impresa e ristrutturazione del debito, Egea, Milano, 2014. Fleuriet M., Investment Banking Explained: An Insider’s Guide to the Industry, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2008. Forestieri G., (a cura di), Corporate e investment banking, Terza Edizione, Egea, Milano, 2015. Iannotta G., Investment Banking: A Guide to Underwriting and Advisory Services, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2010. Rosenbaum J., Pearl J., Investment Banking: Valuation, Leveraged Buy-Outs and Mergers and Acquisitions. Second Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 2013. Stowell D., Investment Banking, Hedge Funds and Private Equity. Second Edition, Elsevier, Cambrigde, MA, 2012.
Teaching targetsThe course is aimed at presenting: - the business areas of investment banking (capital markets, corporate finance, merchant banking, structured finance, asset management and risk management) - the business models, organizational structures and competitive strategies of investment banks - the operations and economics of investment banks - the non lending financial needs coming from large corporations and SMEs - the major technical, valuation and contractual features of investment banking deals
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsGiven its professional and applicative nature, the course instructor will use a balanced mix of different teaching methods (face-to-face lessons, exercises and simulations, business games and guest speakers), in order to contribute developing and improving participants’ problem solving aptitude.
Other informationsClass participation is not compulsory. A specific “participant track” will allow attending students sustaining specific cases and assignments to gain some points, which will contribute to the final grade.
Grading rulesOne compulsory written exam (closed books closed notes) constituted of 4 open question with a 60 minutes duration, covering the whole course program, as faced in the required textbook. Students will have to give the exam in English.
Full arguments- The investment banking industry: origins and development. - Corporate needs and the demand for investment banking services - Identifying major business units in the corporate & investment banking industry. - Competences and skills required in the corporate & investment banking industry. - Corporate finance transactions: mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, equity carve-outs. - The role of advisors in the M&A deals. - Defensive and offensive advisory services in the hostile takeovers. - The advisory role in IPOs and seasoned offerings. - Corporate bond issues: syndication, underwriting and placement. - Mezzanine finance: designing, placing and trading hybrid debt securities - Securitizations and other capital markets transactions. - Leveraged acquisitions: LBOs, MBOs, FBOs - Distressed companies and turnaround advisory services - The role of advisors in work-outs and legal debt restructuring procedures. - The merchant banking industry: venture capital and private equity. - The operations of closed-end funds: fundraising, investments, monitoring and way out. - Structured finance and project finance deals.
Course borrowed fromMANAGEMENT E FINANZA (1407) - EA046 CORPORATE E INVESTMENT BANKING - NOVARA

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CourseDiritto tributario corso progredito
Course IDEC0014
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALLANCIN Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDIUS/12 - DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseDiritto tributario corso progredito
Course IDEC0014
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALLANCIN Andrea
TeachersBALLANCIN Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDIUS/12 - DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFundamentals of income taxes – companies and individuals taxation - business income taxation – shareholder taxation– group of companies taxation - tax aspects of corporate reorganizations – IRAP - value added tax – international taxation - European Union taxation.
Reference textsAll materials will be indicated during the first lecture. It is strongly recommended the use of an updated tax code.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide students with a deep analysis of the main taxes levied on the enterprises and, in particular, on income taxes, IRPEF (business income), IRES, VAT and IRAP, even in its European and transnational dimension.The course also aims to develop students' skills of analysis of the relevant texts as well as problem solving skills and advanced technical expression capability.
Didattics MethodsLectures. Supplementary lectures on specific topics.
Grading rulesOral exam

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CourseDiritto tributario corso progredito
Course IDEC0014
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALLANCIN Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDIUS/12 - DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseDiritto tributario corso progredito
Course IDEC0014
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALLANCIN Andrea
TeachersBALLANCIN Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDIUS/12 - DIRITTO TRIBUTARIO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFundamentals of income taxes – companies and individuals taxation - business income taxation – shareholder taxation– group of companies taxation - tax aspects of corporate reorganizations – IRAP - value added tax – international taxation - European Union taxation.
Reference textsAll materials will be indicated during the first lecture. It is strongly recommended the use of an updated tax code.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide students with a deep analysis of the main taxes levied on the enterprises and, in particular, on income taxes, IRPEF (business income), IRES, VAT and IRAP, even in its European and transnational dimension.The course also aims to develop students' skills of analysis of the relevant texts as well as problem solving skills and advanced technical expression capability.
Didattics MethodsLectures. Supplementary lectures on specific topics.
Grading rulesOral exam. Open questions.

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CourseEconomia dei gruppi e Sistemi informativi integrati
Course IDEC0008
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCANDIOTTO Roberto
TeachersCANDIOTTO Roberto, ALBERTINAZZI Gaudenzio
CFU10
Teaching duration (hours)80
Individual study time 170
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThis course is divided in two parts. Part 1 –Information Systems (Prof. Roberto Candiotto) - 5 CFU Organizations and information systems Process management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems Extended ERP Management Information Systems (MIS) concept Database and Enterprise Management Systems IT outsourcing and Cloud Computing Part 2 - (Prof. Gaudenzio Albertinazzi) - 5 CFU Group of companies Transfer prices Consolidated financial statement
Reference textsPart 1 R. Candiotto, Il Sistema Informativo Aziendale, e-book Giappichelli this book in e-book format is available for purchase on the publisher's site Part 2 Massimo Cecchi, Economia dei gruppi e delle aggregazioni aziendali, Franco Angeli, 2005 (Cap. 1 e 2). AA. VV. I prezzi di trasferimento. Determinanti e metodologie di calcolo. Egea, 2002 (Cap. 1 e 2). A, Principe e P. Tettamanzi, Bilancio consolidato secondo i principi contabili internazionali, Egea (cap. 1-8) Further information can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsIn the 1990s, deregulation, global competition, and new technologies have collectively thrown many companies into a state of dramatic change. As a consequence, industry boundaries have shifted, and new business combinations have surfaced. Information Technology (IT) is the one major element of this change, because of its strategic role in supporting companies’ coordination, and often changing the fundamental nature of their business. The course aim to introduce the basic economic concepts underlying business combinations, and the techniques of group accounting; the focus on the main environmental influences, through the analysis of some specific business cases, allow to join students to the «business reality». The course also examines the role of information systems in supporting a wide range of organizational functions, and provides an introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS). The second part of the course deals with group of companies and its origins, path of developments and principal problems of consolidated and separate balance sheet.
PrerequisitesStudents can effectively attend lessons with an appropriate knowledge of Business Administration’s principles.
Didattics MethodsLectures and guided discussions based on business cases. With the use of ERP systems, students will become familiar with the main functionalities.
Other informationsCourse attendance is facultative
Grading rulesPart 1 Written exam Part 2 Written exam
Full argumentsPart 1 - Organizations and information systems - ICT evolution - Process management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems - ERP architecture and functionalities - Extended ERP Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management - Management Information Systems (MIS) concept - Database and Enterprise Management Systems - Implementation methodology for ERP systems - IT outsourcing - Virtualization and Cloud Computing - Data security Part 2 - Aggregations between enterprises - Groups: definition and types. The unity of the enterprise and the consequences in terms of profitability - The reasons that explain the establishment of the groups - The establishment and the reorganization of the groups - The structure of the groups and the operating mechanisms: the problem of transfer pricing - The consolidated financial statements

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CourseEconomia dei gruppi e Sistemi informativi integrati
Course IDEC0008
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderALBERTINAZZI Gaudenzio
TeachersCANDIOTTO Roberto, ALBERTINAZZI Gaudenzio
CFU10
Teaching duration (hours)80
Individual study time 170
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThis course is divided in two parts. Part 1 –Information Systems (Prof. Roberto Candiotto) - 5 CFU Organizations and information systems Process management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems Extended ERP Management Information Systems (MIS) concept Database and Enterprise Management Systems IT outsourcing and Cloud Computing Part 2 - (Prof. Gaudenzio Albertinazzi) - 5 CFU Group of companies Transfer prices Consolidated financial statement
Reference textsPart 1 R. Candiotto, Il Sistema Informativo Aziendale, e-book Giappichelli this book in e-book format is available for purchase on the publisher's site Part 2 Massimo Cecchi, Economia dei gruppi e delle aggregazioni aziendali, Franco Angeli, 2005 (Cap. 1 e 2). AA. VV. I prezzi di trasferimento. Determinanti e metodologie di calcolo. Egea, 2002 (Cap. 1 e 2). A, Principe e P. Tettamanzi, Bilancio consolidato secondo i principi contabili internazionali, Egea (cap. 1-8) Further information can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsIn the 1990s, deregulation, global competition, and new technologies have collectively thrown many companies into a state of dramatic change. As a consequence, industry boundaries have shifted, and new business combinations have surfaced. Information Technology (IT) is the one major element of this change, because of its strategic role in supporting companies’ coordination, and often changing the fundamental nature of their business. The course aim to introduce the basic economic concepts underlying business combinations, and the techniques of group accounting; the focus on the main environmental influences, through the analysis of some specific business cases, allow to join students to the «business reality». The course also examines the role of information systems in supporting a wide range of organizational functions, and provides an introduction to Management Information Systems (MIS). The second part of the course deals with group of companies and its origins, path of developments and principal problems of consolidated and separate balance sheet.
PrerequisitesStudents can effectively attend lessons with an appropriate knowledge of Business Administration’s principles.
Didattics MethodsLectures and guided discussions based on business cases. With the use of ERP systems, students will become familiar with the main functionalities.
Other informationsCourse attendance is facultative
Grading rulesPart 1 The exam is a one-hour written test, with five open-ended questions. Part 2 Written exam
Full argumentsPart 1 - Organizations and information systems - ICT evolution - Process management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems - ERP architecture and functionalities - Extended ERP Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management - Management Information Systems (MIS) concept - Database and Enterprise Management Systems - Implementation methodology for ERP systems - IT outsourcing - Virtualization and Cloud Computing - Data security Part 2 - Aggregations between enterprises - Groups: definition and types. The unity of the enterprise and the consequences in terms of profitability - The reasons that explain the establishment of the groups - The establishment and the reorganization of the groups - The structure of the groups and the operating mechanisms: the problem of transfer pricing - The consolidated financial statements

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CourseEconomia del personale
Course IDEC0016
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAINA Carmen
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseEconomia del personale
Course IDEC0016
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAINA Carmen
TeachersAINA Carmen
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSection I - theories of coordination and motivation (MR chap. 5 and 6); - coordination, motivation, and management (MR chap. 10, 11, 12 and13). Section II - Selection and training of workers (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 7); - Incentives (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 8); - Compensating wage differentials (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 12); Section III - Team work on topics related to section II on data provided by the professor Section IV - lectures by experts; - training lab classes, where computers and dedicated software will be applied to conduct simple, but practical examples on the topics discussed during the section I and II.
Reference textsSection I - P. Milgron and J. Roberts, Economics, Organization and Management, Prentice Hall, ed. 1992. This book is available in the library: I II Section II - Pepi De Caleo – Brucchi Luchino, Manuale di Economia del Lavoro, Il Mulino, 2015. Section III - Data and materials provided by the professor. Section IV - lectures and case studies provided by the professor and posted on the moodle course website; - data sets provided by the professor. Further information can be found on the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsThe objective of the course is to analyse the economic principles that govern employment relations and company choices in the area of human capital, provision of incentives, careers, bonuses and personnel recruitment that companies implement in the new socio-economic context represented by a knowledge-based society. The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge for working with and managing personnel and human resources in all the various company phases. The course is divided into four sections. The first section aims to provide an economic approach about the fundamental information useful in understanding the logic behind managing and developing personnel within the companies, while section II an analysis of the wage structure and incentive pay. The third section is based on team work. Finally, the last section is based on company case studies and lectures by experts from the business world as well as on computer laboratory in which students will apply concepts learned during the lectures (sections I and II). The course itself is dynamic and requires the active participation of the students.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsSection I and II: - lectures Section III: - presentations by students. Section IV: - invited speakers; - training lab classes.
Grading rulesFor students who attend classes the final course grade is composed by: - overall attendance of case studies (5%), training lab classes (15%) and team work (30%) counts 50%; - written examination on section I and II (60 minutes) counts 50%; For students who do NOT attend classes: - please contact the professor by e-mail: carmen.aina@uniupo.it

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CourseEconomia del personale
Course IDEC0016
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAINA Carmen
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseEconomia del personale
Course IDEC0016
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAINA Carmen
TeachersAINA Carmen
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/02 - POLITICA ECONOMICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe objective of the course is to analyse the economic principles that govern employment relations and company choices in the area of human capital, provision of incentives, careers, bonuses and personnel recruitment that companies implement in the new socio-economic context represented by a knowledge-based society. The course is designed to provide students with the knowledge for working with and managing personnel and human resources in all the various company phases.
Reference texts- P. Milgron and J. Roberts, Economics, Organization and Management, Prentice Hall, ed. 1992. This book is available in the library: I II - Pepi De Caleo – Brucchi Luchino, Manuale di Economia del Lavoro, Il Mulino, 2015. - lectures and case studies provided by the professor and posted on the course website https://eco.dir.uniupo.it/ - data sets provided by the professor. Further information can be found on the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.uniupo.it/
Teaching targetsThe course, for students who present a team work, is divided into four sections. The first section aims to provide an economic approach about the fundamental information useful in understanding the logic behind managing and developing personnel within the companies, while section II an analysis of the wage structure and incentive pay. The third section is based on case studies and lectures by experts from the business world as well as on computer laboratory in which students will apply concepts learned during the lectures (sections I and II). Finally, the last section is based on team work . The course itself is dynamic and rewards the active participation of students.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsSection I and II: - lectures Section III: - invited speakers; - training lab classes. Section IV: - presentations by students.
Grading rulesFor students who made the presentation the final course grade is composed by: - overall attendance of case studies (5%), training lab classes (15%) and team work (30%) counts 50% of the final grade. This grade is valid until the autumn session (September 2017); - written examination on section I and II (60 minutes) counts 50% of the final grade; For students WITHOUT the presentation: - 3 questions on the entire programme for not attending students.
Full argumentsProgramme for students who made the presentation: Section I - theories of coordination and motivation (MR chap. 5 and 6); - coordination, motivation, and management (MR chap. 10, 11, 12 and 13). Section II - Selection and training of workers (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 7); - Incentives (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 8); - Compensating wage differentials (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 12). Section III - lectures by experts; - training lab classes, where computers and dedicated software will be applied to conduct simple, but practical examples on the topics discussed during the section I and II. Section IV - Team work on topics related to section II on data provided by the professor. Programme for students NOT attending the course: Section I - the conceptual framework (MR chap. 1-2); - theories of coordination and motivation (MR chap. 3, 4, 5 and 6); - coordination, motivation, and management (MR chap. 10, 11, 12 and 13). Section II - selection and training of workers (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 7); - incentives (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 8); - compensating wage differentials (Pepi De Caleo: chap. 12). Section III - scientific articles provided by the Professor (for additional details contact: carmen.aina@uniupo.it)

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CourseEconomia e bilancio delle aziende pubbliche e non profit
Course IDEC0009
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSEDDIO Pasquale
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseFINAL EXAM
Course IDE0161
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)96
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseFINAL EXAM
Course IDE0161
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseFINAL EXAM
Course IDE0161
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Teaching duration (hours)96
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap3
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap4
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseFINAL EXAM
Course IDE0161
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseFINAL EXAM
Course IDE0161
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year2
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseFinancial management
Course IDEC0013
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderERBETTA Fabrizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/08 - ECONOMIA E GESTIONE DELLE IMPRESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseFinancial management
Course IDEC0013
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderERBETTA Fabrizio
TeachersERBETTA Fabrizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/08 - ECONOMIA E GESTIONE DELLE IMPRESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course aims to provide in-depth knowledge in the field of financial decisions, outlining at the same time structured patterns of problem solving.
Reference textsBerk J., DeMarzo P., 2008, “Finanza Aziendale I”, Pearson Addison Wesley (first edition): chapter 1, chapter 3, chapter 4 (with the exception of par. 4.7 and 4.8), chapter 5 (with the exception of the appendix), chapter 6, chapter 7, chapter 8, chapter 9, chapter 14, chapter 15, chapter 16 or Berk J., DeMarzo P., 2011, “Finanza Aziendale I”, Pearson Addison Wesley (second edition): chapter 1, chapter 3, chapter 4 (with the exception of par. 4.6 e 4.7), chapter 5 (with the exception of the appendix), chapter 6, chapter 7, chapter 8, chapter 9, chapter 14, chapter 15, chapter 16 Teaching material including slides, exercises, eventual additional supports are provided at the web page of the course at the URL: https://www.dir.uniupo.it/course/view.php?id=403. Password: finman
Teaching targetsThe focus is on the financial structure, and in particular on the effect that it has on corporate value, investment decisions, assessment of capital cost and the relations between different firm’s stackholders
PrerequisitesIt is recommended the knowledge of the fundamental mechanisms for the construction of annual financial statement
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures and exercises
Grading rulesThe exam is written, with a time duration of 2 hours The score of the written exam can be integrated with an optional oral examination, according to which the mark can be increased or reduced by a maximum of 3 points. The oral exam is only allowed on the scheduled date. The written examination consists of two parts: PART I - THEORETICAL (maximum score 15/30) PART II - APPLIED (maximum score 17/30). The sum allows the achievement of the maximum score of 32/30, i.e. 30/30 cum laude. The number of exams allowed is equal to 3, without jump exam, within the three sessions after the end of the course The possibility of retirement is allowed in the first 30 minutes, after which the test will be considered in all respects valid. The retirement from an examination does not allow to safeguard eventual positive marks already achieved in a previous exams.
Full arguments- Definition of firm types - Theory of arbitrage and the law of one price - The evaluation criteria of investment: the net present value, internal rate of return, payback period, the Economic Value Added - The measurement of the interest rate and its signalling role - Bonds: features and valuing tools - Shares: features and valuing tools - Firm value and capital structure: the Modigliani-Miller theorem in a perfect market - Firm value and capital structure in the presence of corporate and personal taxes - The impact of capital structure on the incidence of distress costs: the trade-off theory - Debt and costs/benefits of agency
Course borrowed fromMANAGEMENT E FINANZA (1407) - EC0013 Financial management - NOVARA

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CourseFinancial management
Course IDEC0013
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderERBETTA Fabrizio
TeachersERBETTA Fabrizio
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/08 - ECONOMIA E GESTIONE DELLE IMPRESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe course provides a framework with regard to financial decision-making processes of firms and outlines a way of structuring the analysis that is functional to the resolution of financial problems. The first part of the course introduces to the concept of corporation and its features. The second part examines the theme of the time value of money and introduces the concept of discounted cash flows in order to arrive at comparability of cash flows. The third part of the course is oriented to deepen the theme of evaluation of industrial projects through several methodologies that are based on the concept of discounted cash flows. The fourth and last part, finally, puts the focus on the financial structure, and in particular the effect it exerts on business value, on investment decisions, on valuation of the cost of capital and risk determination, and finally on the relations between different stakeholder groups.
Reference textsBerk J., DeMarzo P., 2015, Finanza Aziendale I, Third Edizione, Pearson (chapters 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16). It is an integral part of the program all course material (slides, exercises, insights) made available on the course page on D.I.R. Password: finman
Teaching targetsThe course aims to provide students with the necessary tools to understand the issues relating to financial aspects of companies, outlining at the same time a method of structuring the analysis functional to problem solving. The training path requires students to develop: - knowledge and understanding of some models to support industrial investment decisions, - the ability to apply financial models in interpreting the creation of corporate value through borrowing decisions, - the ability to interpret the effects of financial choices in terms of interaction between corporate stakeholders
PrerequisitesThe course assumes knowledge of the mechanisms of formation of the balance sheet
Didattics MethodsFrontal lectures and exercise, aimed at developing a "problem-solving"-type approach
Grading rulesThe exam is written, with a maximum score of 30/30 cum laude. The written examination consists of two parts. The theoretical part (maximum score 15 points) aims at verifying knowledge and understanding of the program. It is composed of both open-ended and closed-ended questions. The applied part (maximum score 17 points) tests the ability to apply knowledge and making judgments through a problem set, composed of several questions. The score of the written exam can be integrated with an optional oral examination, according to which the mark can be increased or reduced by a maximum of 2 points. The oral exam is only allowed on the scheduled date. The admission to oral exam is allowed only to students who have obtained in the written exam a mark equal to or greater than 18/30.
Full argumentsPart I - The types of firms - Ownership and control of the corporation - Arbitrage and Financial Decision Making Part II - The time value of money - Interest rates - Valuing bonds Part III - Investment decision rules - Fundamentals of capital budgeting - Valuing stocks Part IV - Capital structure in a perfect market - Debt and taxes - Financial Distress, Managerial Incentives, and Information
Course borrowed fromMANAGEMENT E FINANZA (1407) - EC0013 Financial management - NOVARA

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CourseFondamenti di Business Analytics
Course IDEC0069
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFUSAI Gianluca
TeachersFUSAI Gianluca
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-S/06 - METODI MATEMATICI DELL'ECONOMIA E DELLE SCIENZE ATTUARIALI E FINANZIARIE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractAims of the course are to give to corporate decision-makers the ability 1. to assess the profitability of their decisions 2. which avenue of expansion or investment to go down and, crucially, when to take that leap 3. how to implement the theory to maximize investment opportunities by utilizing uncertainty as an asset and reducing downside risk. The course is a journey through real options, from the basics to more advanced topics such as options and game theory. The course is also strongly suggested to students with a major in Management & Finance
Reference textsGuthrie, Graeme. 2009. Real Options in Theory and Practice, New York: Oxford University Press.
Teaching targetsBy the end of this course, students should be able to: • demonstrate an understanding of the real options approach to decision making • estimate the values of the parameters needed to implement this approach • identify the most important options embedded in a decision problem and represent them using a decision tree, via softward like Matlab and Excel • use dynamic programming and modern theories of asset valuation to derive an optimal decision rule • interpret observed firm behaviour in terms of the real options embedded in decision problems • communicate the results of real options analysis at a level that senior decision makers can understand
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures including both theory and exercises. Excel and Matlab will be used
Other informationsAdditional information will be made available during the course on the course web page (www.dir.uniupo.it). Attendance of the course lessons is strongly recommended.
Grading rulesIndividual or Group Coursework with discussion, to test the comprehension of the more advanced topics, and the skill of applying the acquired knowledges in order to analyse more complex and structured problems.
Full argumentsMaterial will be drawn from the following list: • The modelling framework • Valuing single-period cash flows • Valuing multi-period cash flows • Monte Carlo simulation and scenario analysis • Combining valuation and decision making; options that do not affect the state of a project • Simple timing options • Compound timing options; uber-compound timing options; switching options • Learning options • Calibration using spot and futures price data • Calibrating trees of alternative state variables • Case studies: forestry management and valuation; developing a gas field; commercial real estate development • Excel e Matlab will largely used in the course. Lectures on how to use them will be also given.

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CourseLa qualità nel sistema agroalimentare
Course IDEC0062
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORAZZO Annamaria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/13 - SCIENZE MERCEOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMeaning of quality: general definitions Human calorie need and role of different nourishing principles Quality in foods: chemical and biological contamination risks. Food preservation methods The HACCP method for food safety Food adulterations Food safety EU Agricultural Common Policy Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Protected Designation of Origin food products Typical food products
Reference textsSupplied during the lessons
Teaching targetsThe course aims to give basic knowledge on nutrition and food production technologies in order to allow a comprehension on typical foods production topics (food quality, health safety, preservation methods and food adulterations)
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLessons and seminaries
Other informationsThe course aims to give basic knowledge on nutrition and food production technologies in order to allow a comprehension on typical foods production topics (food quality, health safety, preservation methods and food adulterations)
Grading rulesWritten test in which the examinee must treat three of the five issues proposed. Oral examination is optional and only accessible to those who get at least eighteen in the written test.
Full argumentsDefinition of food quality: different meanings for quality. Calorie need, metabolism. Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins: chemical aspects. Saturated, unsaturated, hydrogenated fats: health and environmental concerns. Food preparation: cooking effects on foods. Food poisoning: causes, bacteria, main diseases. Food preservation methods (ancient and modern methods). Food additives classification. Food preservatives: examples. HACCP Method. Food adulterations: methods, examples, case histories. Food safety. EU common agricultural policy. Protected Designation of Origin food products (DOC, DOP) and italian Typical Food Products (PAT)

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CourseLa qualità nel sistema agroalimentare
Course IDEC0062
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderOLIVANI Riccardo
TeachersOLIVANI Riccardo
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/13 - SCIENZE MERCEOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractMeaning of quality: general definitions Human calorie need and role of different nourishing principles Quality in foods: chemical and biological contamination risks. Food preservation methods The HACCP method for food safety Food adulterations Food safety EU Agricultural Common Policy Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Protected Designation of Origin food products Typical food products
Reference textsSupplied during the lessons
Teaching targetsThe course aims to give basic knowledge on nutrition and food production technologies in order to allow a comprehension on typical foods production topics (food quality, health safety, preservation methods and food adulterations)
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLessons and seminaries
Other informationsnone
Grading rulesWritten examination. After written examination an oral examination is optional
Full argumentsDefinition of food quality: different meanings for quality. Calorie need, metabolism. Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins: chemical aspects. Saturated, unsaturated, hydrogenated fats: health and environmental concerns. Food preparation: cooking effects on foods. Food poisoning: causes, bacteria, main diseases. Food preservation methods (ancient and modern methods). Food additives classification. Food preservatives: examples. HACCP Method. Food adulterations: methods, examples, case histories. Food safety. EU common agricultural policy. Protected Designation of Origin food products (DOC, DOP) and italian Typical Food Products (PAT)

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CourseLa qualità nel sistema agroalimentare
Course IDEC0062
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORAZZO Annamaria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/13 - SCIENZE MERCEOLOGICHE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageitalian
AbstractMeaning of quality: general definitions Human calorie need and role of different nourishing principles Quality in foods: chemical and biological contamination risks. Food preservation methods The HACCP method for food safety Food adulterations Food safety EU Agricultural Common Policy Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Protected Designation of Origin food products Typical food products
Reference textsSupplied during the lessons
Teaching targetsThe course aims to give basic knowledge on nutrition and food production technologies in order to allow a comprehension on typical foods production topics (food quality, health safety, preservation methods and food adulterations)
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLessons and seminaries
Other informationsnone
Grading rulesWritten test in which the examinee must treat three of the five issues proposed. Oral examination is optional and only accessible to those who get at least eighteen in the written test.
Full argumentsDefinition of food quality: different meanings for quality. Calorie need, metabolism. Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins: chemical aspects. Saturated, unsaturated, hydrogenated fats: health and environmental concerns. Food preparation: cooking effects on foods. Food poisoning: causes, bacteria, main diseases. Food preservation methods (ancient and modern methods). Food additives classification. Food preservatives: examples. HACCP Method. Food adulterations: methods, examples, case histories. Food safety. EU common agricultural policy. Protected Designation of Origin food products (DOC, DOP) and italian Typical Food Products (PAT)

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CourseMetodi matematici per l'impresa
Course IDEC0018
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderD'AMICO Mauro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-S/06 - METODI MATEMATICI DELL'ECONOMIA E DELLE SCIENZE ATTUARIALI E FINANZIARIE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseMetodi matematici per l'impresa
Course IDEC0018
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSALINELLI Ernesto
TeachersSALINELLI Ernesto
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-S/06 - METODI MATEMATICI DELL'ECONOMIA E DELLE SCIENZE ATTUARIALI E FINANZIARIE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractIntroduction to the use of Excel for the implementation and the analysis of some decision models in business under certainty and risk
Reference texts• Didactic material prepared by the teacher • G.M. Monahan, Management Decision Making, 2010, Cambridge University Press (recommended reading) • P. Klibanoff, A. Sandroni, B. Moselle, B. Saraniti, Statistica per manager, Egea, 2010 (recommended reading)
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing: the ability to develop suitable models for the analysis and the solution of some Business problems; a sufficient practice in the use of the spreadsheet for the implementation of such models; the expertise to interpret and use the information obtained from the implementation of the models.
PrerequisitesThe exam of Statistical Methods for Industry and Business is recommended.
Didattics MethodsMost of the activity takes place in the computer laboratory.
Other informationsAny useful information on the course and supplementary didactic resources can be found on the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/.
Grading rulesExamination at the computer, oral exam is optional. It is possible to arrange with the teacher alternative evaluation methods.
Full argumentsIntroduction to the use of Excel for the implementation of business models. Prescriptive models: linear programming problems (production and inventory, capital budgeting, portfolio selection, transportation problems), their formulation and graphic interpretation. Implementation of an LP problem in Excel, and its solution with the Solver. Sensitivity analysis: graphic examples, reading and interpretation of the results of the Report of the Excel Solver. Introduction to the Duality Theory, shadow prices. Elements of integer linear programming and non linear programming. Decisions under risk: refresh of some basics. Expected utility, certainty equivalent, risk premium, risk aversion. Influence diagrams: nodes and arcs. Decision trees: construction and solution. Sensitivity analysis. The value of perfect and imperfect information. Predictive models: business applications of the linear regression model and its implementation in Excel. Introduction to Monte Carlo methods.

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CourseMetodi matematici per l'impresa
Course IDEC0018
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderD'AMICO Mauro
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-S/06 - METODI MATEMATICI DELL'ECONOMIA E DELLE SCIENZE ATTUARIALI E FINANZIARIE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseOrganizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali
Course IDEC0015
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCERUTTI Stefania
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseOrganizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali
Course IDEC0015
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTADINI Marcello
TeachersCERUTTI Stefania, TADINI Marcello
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractThe course is structured in three modules. The first offers a cognitive-methodological reference concerning the project and the Project Management approach, the second focuses on the design tools, construction methods and management practices related to the most recent European Programmes (2007-2013 and 2014-2020), while the third regards the social, cultural, environmental and territorial dimensions through the analysis of case studies and concrete examples.
Reference texts1. Mascarucci R. (2008), Goal Congruence. Il ruolo del territorio nelle visioni strategiche, Meltemi Editore, Roma. This book is available in the library. 2. Camagni R., Gorla G (2006) (a cura di), Valutazione economica e valutazione strategica di programmi e progetti territoriali, Franco Angeli, Milano. This book is available in the library. 3. Cerutti S., Cottini A. (a cura di) (2014), Territori di montagna e sviluppo locale: progettare con i fondi europei, Ars.Uni.Vco. Use this link to download the text (ebook): http://www.univco.it/uploads/public/extra/E_book_ediz_ARSUNIVCO_II_2014.pdf Other material will be indicated during the lectures.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing the tools for the management of the organization, economic evaluation and feasibility of the plans and territorial projects. For this purpose, the covered topics are aimed at the understanding and application of assessment methodologies (economic, financial, etc.). A review of the main methodologies will be presented, with the objective of representing them through the analysis of their potential applications and limitations.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures and seminars with exercises. The attendance is optional.
Other informationsFor further informations, please refer to the course page on D.I.R at: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Grading rulesWritten text.
Full argumentsThe lectures will be structured as follows:  Territorial projects: definition and characteristics  Project stakeholders  Project Management and Project Cycle Management  Logical Framework Approach (LFA)  Project evaluation: the economic and financial perspectives  Project evaluation: the territorial perspective  Environmental Impact Assessment (VIA and VAS)  European Cohesion Policy 2014-2020  European direct funding 2014-2020  EU indirect funding 2014-2020  European Territorial Cooperation (ETC)  Trans-European Transport Networks  EU projects, best practices and case studies.

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CourseOrganizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali
Course IDEC0015
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCERUTTI Stefania
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseOrganizzazione e valutazione economica dei progetti territoriali
Course IDEC0015
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCERUTTI Stefania
TeachersCERUTTI Stefania, TADINI Marcello
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractThe course is structured in three modules. The first offers a cognitive-methodological reference concerning the project and the Project Management approach, the second focuses on the design tools, construction methods and management practices related to the most recent European Programmes (2007-2013 and 2014-2020), while the third regards the social, cultural, environmental and territorial dimensions through the analysis of case studies and concrete examples.
Reference texts1. Mascarucci R. (2008), Goal Congruence. Il ruolo del territorio nelle visioni strategiche, Meltemi Editore, Roma. This book is available in the library. 2. Camagni R., Gorla G (2006) (a cura di), Valutazione economica e valutazione strategica di programmi e progetti territoriali, Franco Angeli, Milano. This book is available in the library. 3. Cerutti S., Cottini A. (a cura di) (2014), Territori di montagna e sviluppo locale: progettare con i fondi europei, Ars.Uni.Vco. Use this link to download the text (ebook): http://www.univco.it/uploads/public/extra/E_book_ediz_ARSUNIVCO_II_2014.pdf Other material will be indicated during the lectures.
Teaching targetsThe course aims at providing the tools for the management of the organization, economic evaluation and feasibility of the plans and territorial projects. For this purpose, the covered topics are aimed at the understanding and application of assessment methodologies (economic, financial, etc.). A review of the main methodologies will be presented, with the objective of representing them through the analysis of their potential applications and limitations.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures and seminars with exercises. The attendance is optional.
Other informationsFor further informations, please refer to the course page on D.I.R at: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Grading rulesThe students are provided with two options: presentation of a final report related to the contents of the course or written test on the contents of the texts mentioned above.
Full argumentsThe lectures will be structured as follows:  Territorial projects: definition and characteristics  Project stakeholders  Project Management and Project Cycle Management  Logical Framework Approach (LFA)  Project evaluation: the economic and financial perspectives  Project evaluation: the territorial perspective  Environmental Impact Assessment (VIA and VAS)  European Cohesion Policy 2014-2020  European direct funding 2014-2020  EU indirect funding 2014-2020  European Territorial Cooperation (ETC)  Trans-European Transport Networks  EU projects, best practices and case studies.

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CoursePIANIFICAZIONE STRATEGICA DEI COSTI
Course IDE0379
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSONGINI Lucrezia
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseREVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO
Course IDEC0042
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAVAGNOLI Francesco
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseREVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO
Course IDEC0042
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAVAGNOLI Francesco
TeachersBAVAGNOLI Francesco, GRECHI Chiara
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractThis course is divided in two parts. Part 1 – Audit of the enterprise’s main operating cycles (Prof. Bavagnoli) – 4 CFU Purpose of audit and audit methodology Auditing of sales cycle Auditing of purchase cycle Auditing of labour cycle Auditing of production process cycle Part 2 – Audit procedures – a deeper examination (Prof.ssa Grechi) – 4 CFU Audit evidence and documentation Audit Opinion: format and contents Audit of consolidated financial statements Audit of merger and acquisitions and special assurance services Going concern Due diligence Transfer pricing Independence, professional ethics and responsibilities of the auditor.
Reference textsLivatino, Pecchiari, Pogliani, Principi e metodologie di auditing, II edition, EGEA, Milano, 2012. Further material (slides, case studies, articles) and information can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsThe course seeks to provide a thorough knowledge of concepts, principles and techniques of auditing and it intends to provide students with the audit methodology and with the tools to analyze and interpret audit work and reports. The main objective of the course is to enable students to form an understanding of the principles underlying the theory of auditing and of practical audit approaches and techniques. Moreover, in the second part of the course specific advanced issues will be addressed such as other assurance services provided by audit firms (due diligence, audit in case of M&A, audit of transfer pricing policies).
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsLectures, exercises, case studies and guest professional speakers
Other informationsClass attendance is voluntary (not mandatory).
Grading rulesA written examination will be performed on the schedule dates.

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CourseREVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO
Course IDEC0042
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAVAGNOLI Francesco
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseREVISIONE AZIENDALE AVANZATO
Course IDEC0042
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBAVAGNOLI Francesco
TeachersBAVAGNOLI Francesco, GRECHI Chiara
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian.
AbstractThis course is divided in two parts. Part 1 – Audit of the enterprise’s main operating cycles (Prof. Bavagnoli) – 4 CFU Purpose of audit and audit methodology Auditing of sales cycle Auditing of purchase cycle Auditing of labour cycle Auditing of production process cycle Part 2 – Audit procedures – a deeper examination (Prof.ssa Grechi) – 4 CFU Audit evidence and documentation Audit Opinion: format and contents Audit of consolidated financial statements Audit of merger and acquisitions and special assurance services Going concern Due diligence Transfer pricing Independence, professional ethics and responsibilities of the auditor.
Reference textsLivatino, Pecchiari, Pogliani, Principi e metodologie di auditing, II edition, EGEA, Milano, 2012. Further material (slides, case studies, articles) and information can be found in the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Teaching targetsKnowledge and understanding: The course seeks to provide a deep knowledge of principles and techniques of auditing and it intends to provide students with the auditing methodology and the tools to analyze and interpret audit work and reports. The main objective of the course is to enable students to form an understanding of the principles underlying auditing’s activity, of the practical audit approaches and techniques. Moreover, in the second part of the course specific advanced issues will be addressed such as assurance services provided by auditing firms (due diligence, auditing in case of M&A, transfer pricing policies). Applying knowledge and understanding: The students will acquire the capacity to apply the knowledge and principles regarding the audit process, the risks and responsibilities related to the process itself. Through frontal lessons and discussions in the classroom students will gain a discerning view on the main aspects of auditing. Making judgements: The students will develop independent judgement capacity, critical thinking and ability to relate theoretical topics to applications. In comparing theoretical tools and practical applications, the students will acquire capacity of reflection and interpretation of information needed to manage the auditing process and to draw up reports with the ultimate goal to guarantee to the outside users accounting data of high quality. Specifically, given acquired theoretical tools, they will be able to assess the most critical situations which require a greater amount and quality of evidence. Communication skills: The students will acquire mastership of expression and proper technical language with particular reference to the audit risk model and to the design and carrying out of an audit. They will also be able to appreciate and articulate the logical connections which exist between various stages of an audit, using specific technical language. Learning skills: The students will acquire a high level of learning ability that will make them autonomous in developing their own technical and practical knowledge. Specifically the students will be able to face the upcoming challenges in their professional careers and in the rest of their academic life, also being able to individually analyse in depth specific topics related to audit.
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsLectures, exercises, case studies and guest professional speakers.
Other informationsClass attendance is voluntary (not mandatory).
Grading rulesThe outcome of the learning process is checked through written exams, whereby the students will be required to articulate relevant topics discussed in the course, providing evidence of the acquired knowledge by means of answers to open questions of theoretical and/or applied nature. The students can pass the exam through two different procedures: - two written partial tests which are held, the first at the end of the first half of the course, and the second at the end of it (the second test can be taken only by students who have passed the first one with the score at least of 18/30). Students who positively pass both written tests automatically get the final grade (determined as an arithmetic average of the scores of the two tests). - general all-inclusive test (covering all of the course’s contents). If the students don’t pass one of the two partial tests or if they choose the general test, they will take a written exam covering all of the course’s contents.

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CourseSTAGE
Course IDE0317
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryS - Insegnamento di sede
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal judgment

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Course IDE0317
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryS - Insegnamento di sede
Year2
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseSTAGE
Course IDE0317
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryS - Insegnamento di sede
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap3
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap4
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseSTAGE
Course IDE0317
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryS - Insegnamento di sede
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseSTAGE
Course IDE0317
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyMandatory course
Course categoryS - Insegnamento di sede
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal judgment

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CourseStrategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale
Course IDEC0010
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAGGI Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseStrategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale
Course IDEC0010
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAGGI Davide
TeachersMAGGI Davide, SEDDIO Pasquale
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian language
AbstractThe first block)  Introduction: definition, the process of formulating a strategy, context framework  Industry analysis: the 5 competitive forces model; factors influencing the competitive intensity and dynamics  The internal sources of competitive advantage.  Differentiation vs cost strategies.  Growth strategies in their theoretical and practical implications.  Diversification: the scope of the firm, non profit organizations and public administrations.  Strategic innovation management: inventions and innovations, the innovation process, profitability of innovation, the appropriability of innovation rents, strategies of exploitation.  Strategy implementation. (The second block)  Corporate Social Responsability (theoretical and practical implications);  Business Ethics (theoretical and practical implications).
Reference textsCorporate Level Strategy (con Collis, Montgomery e Molteni), McGraw-Hill, 2012 Slides, exercises, cases and readings discussed in class and not included in the above mentioned book are accessible on Course Reserve or saved on the Moodle DISEI Platform Strategie Competitive (a cura di Giorgio Invernizzi), McGraw-Hill, 2014 (optional)
Teaching targetsStudents will develop a critical understanding of the objectives, principles and methods of Stratecic Management, Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsability within different economic environments. At the end of this course, Students will have an understanding of strategic management, business ethics and social responsability issues and criticalities, in their theoretical and practical implications and with reference to an national and international dimension.
PrerequisitesStudents attending this course are expected to already know the framework, the basic terminology and the essential tools of General Management.
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities will include lectures, seminars, exercises and case analysis. Lectures will give an overview of the main strategic management and business ethical topics. Seminars will offer an in depth analysis of specific aspects and will develop a critical understanding. Exercises and case analysis will be used to discuss practical implications of these topics.
Other informationsProject work and Assignement: in-class group with oral presentation (optional)
Grading rulesThe exam is in a written and individual form both for attending and for non-attending students. Written exam including demands on strategic management, business ethics and corporate social responsability. After 32 teaching hours there will be a first part exam, referred to strategic management. At the end of the course, there will be the second part exam, referred to business ethics and corporate social responsability (or a complete exam). The vote of the first part (4 CFU) will weight 66% on the final vote. Every response will be valued specifically and the average could be sufficient only if student is at least in both the parts of course.
Full argumentsThe first part (4 CFU) of course is divided in two blocks, and it’s characterized by an increasingly active-learning oriented approach, along a continuum that starts with concepts and notions and ends with a purely inductive learning approach. The first block is based on face-to-face classes where students are expected to contribute with their own experience and intuition to the class discussion, the second block blends theoretical insights, instruments and practical exercises and case studies, and the last block is mainly delivered through concrete cases and with the interaction with guest speakers. Throughout the course, students are expected to contribute actively to the learning process. The first block: - Introduction: definition, the process of formulating a strategy, context framework; - Industry analysis: the 5 competitive forces model; factors influencing the competitive intensity and dynamics; - Basic strategies: basic strategies, characteristics and requirements; the risks of these basic strategies; - Analysis of competitors: the identification of the potential competitive profile; previsions on the future competitive behaviours; - Strategic innovation management: inventions and innovations, the innovation process, profitability of innovation, the appropriability of innovation rents, strategies of exploitation; - The business growth: growth strategies, intensive, integrative, diversification; advantages and disadvantages of vertical integration; concentric and pure diversification; growth forms. The second block: - Strategic public and non profit management. The first introductory set of sessions aims at providing a common vocabulary and to understand the different views on of the role of strategic public and non profit management across time and space. Well-established theories and scientific debates about the nature and evolution of public and non profit management are presented in this block, as well as a set of ‘archetypes’ that will allow students to read and understand the functioning dynamics of public administrations and non profit organizations, as well as the interaction and overlap between strategy and public policy. The second part (2 CFU) of course is divided in two blocks: • History and introduction to business ethics, ethical issues in business; • corporate social and environmental, accountability and reporting.

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CourseStrategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale
Course IDEC0010
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAGGI Davide
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseStrategie, politiche d'impresa e deontologia professionale
Course IDEC0010
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMAGGI Davide
TeachersMAGGI Davide, SEDDIO Pasquale
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 102
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian language
AbstractThe first block)  Introduction: definition, the process of formulating a strategy, context framework  Industry analysis: the 5 competitive forces model; factors influencing the competitive intensity and dynamics  The internal sources of competitive advantage.  Differentiation vs cost strategies.  Growth strategies in their theoretical and practical implications.  Diversification: the scope of the firm, non profit organizations and public administrations.  Strategic innovation management: inventions and innovations, the innovation process, profitability of innovation, the appropriability of innovation rents, strategies of exploitation.  Strategy implementation. (The second block)  Corporate Social Responsability (theoretical and practical implications);  Business Ethics (theoretical and practical implications).
Reference textsCorporate Level Strategy (con Collis, Montgomery e Molteni), McGraw-Hill, 2012 Slides, exercises, cases and readings discussed in class and not included in the above mentioned book are accessible on Course Reserve or saved on the ESSE3 DISEI Platform Strategie Competitive (a cura di Giorgio Invernizzi), McGraw-Hill, 2014 (optional)
Teaching targetsStudents will develop a critical understanding of the objectives, principles and methods of Stratecic Management, Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsability within different economic environments. At the end of this course, Students will have an understanding of strategic management, business ethics and social responsability issues and criticalities, in their theoretical and practical implications and with reference to an national and international dimension.
PrerequisitesStudents attending this course are expected to already know the framework, the basic terminology and the essential tools of General Management.
Didattics MethodsTeaching activities will include lectures, seminars, exercises and case analysis. Lectures will give an overview of the main strategic management and business ethical topics. Seminars will offer an in depth analysis of specific aspects and will develop a critical understanding. Exercises and case analysis will be used to discuss practical implications of these topics.
Other informationsProject work and Assignement: in-class group with oral presentation (optional)
Grading rulesThe exam is in a written and individual form both for attending and for non-attending students. Written exam including demands on strategic management, business ethics and corporate social responsability. After 32 teaching hours there will be a first part exam, referred to strategic management. At the end of the course, there will be the second part exam, referred to business ethics and corporate social responsability (or a complete exam). The vote of the first part (4 CFU) will weight 66% on the final vote. Every response will be valued specifically and the average could be sufficient only if student is at least in both the parts of course.
Full argumentsThe first part (4 CFU) of course is divided in two blocks, and it’s characterized by an increasingly active-learning oriented approach, along a continuum that starts with concepts and notions and ends with a purely inductive learning approach. The first block is based on face-to-face classes where students are expected to contribute with their own experience and intuition to the class discussion, the second block blends theoretical insights, instruments and practical exercises and case studies, and the last block is mainly delivered through concrete cases and with the interaction with guest speakers. Throughout the course, students are expected to contribute actively to the learning process. The first block: - Introduction: definition, the process of formulating a strategy, context framework; - Industry analysis: the 5 competitive forces model; factors influencing the competitive intensity and dynamics; - Basic strategies: basic strategies, characteristics and requirements; the risks of these basic strategies; - Analysis of competitors: the identification of the potential competitive profile; previsions on the future competitive behaviours; - Strategic innovation management: inventions and innovations, the innovation process, profitability of innovation, the appropriability of innovation rents, strategies of exploitation; - The business growth: growth strategies, intensive, integrative, diversification; advantages and disadvantages of vertical integration; concentric and pure diversification; growth forms. The second block: - Strategic public and non profit management. The first introductory set of sessions aims at providing a common vocabulary and to understand the different views on of the role of strategic public and non profit management across time and space. Well-established theories and scientific debates about the nature and evolution of public and non profit management are presented in this block, as well as a set of ‘archetypes’ that will allow students to read and understand the functioning dynamics of public administrations and non profit organizations, as well as the interaction and overlap between strategy and public policy. The second part (2 CFU) of course is divided in two blocks: • History and introduction to business ethics, ethical issues in business; • corporate social and environmental, accountability and reporting.

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CourseStrategie e gestione delle imprese familiari
Course IDEC0011
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2013/2014
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSONGINI Lucrezia
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseStrategie e gestione delle imprese familiari
Course IDEC0011
Academic Year2015/2016
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSONGINI Lucrezia
TeachersSONGINI Lucrezia, VOLA Paola
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian A part of the reference material is provided in English. Guest Italian and English speakers, such as managers and professors, having relevant experience in the field, will be invited.
AbstractThe course is a half-year one and it is divided in two modules. The contents of the two modules are tightly connected and will be developed partially in each of the two modules. The modules share the same teaching methods and examination process. The course aims to present the characteristics of family firms with the purpose of developing the students' ability to identify and analyze the strengths, weaknesses and the typical operating requirements of such firms, and to propose appropriate responses to the specific managerial demands of these enterprises. The course focuses on the strategy of family businesses, the way they are organized in terms of structure, processes, roles and responsibilities, on their operational mechanisms, such as planning and control, and corporate governance systems, on fiscal and policy issues and family firms’ value. In consideration of the importance of these aspects for the development and success of family businesses, a particular attention will be devoted to family succession and company growth management.
Reference textsFor attending and non-attending students, the adopted books are as follows: AA.VV. (Songini L., Vola P., .), Le imprese familiari, in corso di pubblicazione. Vola P., La pianificazione del passaggio generazionale nelle family firms, Giappichelli, 2012. Corbetta G., Le aziende familiari. Strategie per il lungo periodo, EGEA, Milano, 2010. For attending and non-attending students, other reference material (slides, case studies, articles) produced by the lecturers will be made available in the web page of the course at the URL https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/ Lecturers will also decide upon the adoption, if necessary, of one or more textbooks, among those recommended. Recommended books: Miller D., Le Breton-Miller I., Mantenere il successo. Lezioni di vantaggio competitivo dalle grandi imprese familiari, Etas, 2005 (ed. or. "Managing for the Lon Run. Lessons in Competitive Advantage from Great Family Businesses", Harvard Business School Press, 2005). Poutziouris P. Z., Smyrnios K. X., Klein S. B, Handbook of Research on Family Business, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2006. Gnan L., Montemerlo D., Le PMI familiari in Italia tra tradizione e novità. I risultati di una ricerca, EGEA, Milano, 2008. Montemerlo D., Continuità generazionale e accordi familiari. Principi e regole per l'impresa, la proprietà e la famiglia, EGEA, 2009. Corbetta G., Salvato C., Strategies for Longevity in Family Firms. A European Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Poutziouris P., Smyrnios K., Goel S. (edited by), Elgar Family Business Research Handbook, Volume 2., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to present the characteristics of family firms with the purpose of developing the students' ability to identify and analyze the strengths, weaknesses and the typical operating requirements of such firms, and to propose appropriate responses to the specific managerial demands of these enterprises. More in details, it aims to: a) enlarge students' competences and knowledge proposing new approaches specific for family businesses; b) critically discuss and apply models for analysing typical managerial issues of family business; c) develop critical competences on desinging and implementing managerial and governance systems both in the family business and in the family itself.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsDifferent teaching tools will be used: a) traditional lessons in class where the lecturers will present problems, solutions and tools for family business management; b) case studies, where the theories are presented in real business situations; c) guest speakers having an experience relevant in the field as managers, professionals or professors. The course is highly interactive and may involve carrying out simulations, hosting guest speakers, real case studies discussions, group assignments. Students can participate in a team work project, aimed at testing and developing principles, methods and tools presented during lessons in the analysis of a real case study concerning family firms. Class attendance is recommended but is not mandatory.
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesFinal written exam both for attending and non-attending students. The written exam consists of both open quesions, aimed at testing acquired knowledge, and the analysis and critical discussion of a case study, aimed at verifying students' competences and capabilities of understanding a specific context, proposing consistent solutions, applying the acquired knowledge and methods. The team work project’s score will be added to the final written exam’s score. This score will evaluate students' competences and capabilties of understandinfìg a real context, critically applying models and methods, and effectively communicate project work's results. Final exam is made by I and II module at the same time, as a whole: students have to take the exam of each module in the same date.
Full argumentsThe contents of both modules are the following ones: 1. Family firms and non-family firms: typical characteristics, strengths and weaknesses - Role and importance of family firms: international and national data - Vision, mission and objectives of the family and of the firm - Types of family firms -The relationship between the family and the firm: overlapping roles - Relevant stakeholders of family firms, local roots and attitude towards corporate social responsibility 2. Corporate structure and governance - Firm and family governance bodies - The involvement of external members in the firm’s governance - Role of the board of directors 3. Trade-off between entrepreneurship and managerialization - The managerialization of family firms: key issues and determinants - Pro and cons of managerialization - Managerialization and business performance: some data - The role of planning and control mechanisms - External managers: when and how involve them in a family firm? - How to manage the relationships between external managers and family members - Professional development and careers in family businesses - The role of the CEO and of the CFO 4. Continuity and development in family firms - Long-term vision of the family - Letting an external party acquire some of the firm’s equity - IPO for family firms and listed family businesses 5. Family business succession process -Family business succession: critical aspects - How to prepare the succession - How to choose the future leader - Some particular situations: no heirs, many heirs, when the successor is a woman

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CourseStrategie e gestione delle imprese familiari
Course IDEC0011
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2014/2015
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSONGINI Lucrezia
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap3
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade

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CourseStrategie e gestione delle imprese familiari
Course IDEC0011
Academic Year2016/2017
Year of rule2015/2016
Degree1406 - AMMINISTRAZIONE, CONTROLLO E PROFESSIONE
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSONGINI Lucrezia
TeachersSONGINI Lucrezia
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)64
Individual study time 136
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course mandatorietyOpzional course
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteNOVARA
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian (6 CFU) and English (2 CFU), A part of the reference material is provided in English. Guest Italian and English speakers, such as managers and professors, having relevant experience in the field, will be invited.
AbstractThe course is a half-year one and it is divided in two modules. The contents of the two modules are tightly connected and will be developed partially in each of the two modules. The modules share the same teaching methods and examination process. The course aims to present the characteristics of family firms with the purpose of developing the students' ability to identify and analyze the strengths, weaknesses and the typical operating requirements of such firms, and to propose appropriate responses to the specific managerial demands of these enterprises. The course focuses on the strategy of family businesses, the way they are organized in terms of structure, processes, roles and responsibilities, on their operational mechanisms, such as planning and control, and corporate governance systems, on fiscal and policy issues and family firms’ value. In consideration of the importance of these aspects for the development and success of family businesses, a particular attention will be devoted to family succession and company growth management.
Reference textsFor attending and non-attending students, the adopted books are as follows: AA.VV. (Songini L., Vola P., .), Le imprese familiari, in corso di pubblicazione. Vola P., La pianificazione del passaggio generazionale nelle family firms, Giappichelli, 2012. Corbetta G., Le aziende familiari. Strategie per il lungo periodo, EGEA, Milano, 2010. For attending and non-attending students, other reference material (slides, case studies, articles) produced by the lecturers will be made available in the web page of the course at the URL https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/ Lecturers will also decide upon the adoption, if necessary, of one or more textbooks, among those recommended. Recommended books: Miller D., Le Breton-Miller I., Mantenere il successo. Lezioni di vantaggio competitivo dalle grandi imprese familiari, Etas, 2005 (ed. or. "Managing for the Lon Run. Lessons in Competitive Advantage from Great Family Businesses", Harvard Business School Press, 2005). Poutziouris P. Z., Smyrnios K. X., Klein S. B, Handbook of Research on Family Business, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2006. Gnan L., Montemerlo D., Le PMI familiari in Italia tra tradizione e novità. I risultati di una ricerca, EGEA, Milano, 2008. Montemerlo D., Continuità generazionale e accordi familiari. Principi e regole per l'impresa, la proprietà e la famiglia, EGEA, 2009. Corbetta G., Salvato C., Strategies for Longevity in Family Firms. A European Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Poutziouris P., Smyrnios K., Goel S. (edited by), Elgar Family Business Research Handbook, Volume 2., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to present the characteristics of family firms with the purpose of developing the students' ability to identify and analyze the strengths, weaknesses and the typical operating requirements of such firms, and to propose appropriate responses to the specific managerial demands of these enterprises. More in details, it aims to: a) enlarge students' competences and knowledge proposing new approaches specific for family businesses; b) critically discuss and apply models for analysing typical managerial issues of family business; c) develop critical competences on desinging and implementing managerial and governance systems both in the family business and in the family itself.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsDifferent teaching tools will be used: a) traditional lessons in class where the lecturers will present problems, solutions and tools for family business management; b) case studies, where the theories are presented in real business situations; c) guest speakers having an experience relevant in the field as managers, professionals or professors. The course is highly interactive and may involve carrying out simulations, hosting guest speakers, real case studies discussions, group assignments. Students can participate in a team work project, aimed at testing and developing principles, methods and tools presented during lessons in the analysis of a real case study concerning family firms. Class attendance is recommended but is not mandatory.
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesFinal written exam both for attending and non-attending students. The written exam consists of both open quesions, aimed at testing acquired knowledge, and the analysis and critical discussion of a case study, aimed at verifying students' competences and capabilities of understanding a specific context, proposing consistent solutions, applying the acquired knowledge and methods. The team work project’s score will be added to the final written exam’s score. This score will evaluate students' competences and capabilties of understandinfìg a real context, critically applying models and methods, and effectively communicate project work's results. Final exam is made by I and II module at the same time, as a whole: students have to take the exam of each module in the same date.
Full argumentsThe contents of both modules are the following ones: 1. Family firms and non-family firms: typical characteristics, strengths and weaknesses - Role and importance of family firms: international and national data - Vision, mission and objectives of the family and of the firm - Types of family firms -The relationship between the family and the firm: overlapping roles - Relevant stakeholders of family firms, local roots and attitude towards corporate social responsibility 2. Corporate structure and governance - Firm and family governance bodies - The involvement of external members in the firm’s governance - Role of the board of directors 3. Trade-off between entrepreneurship and managerialization - The managerialization of family firms: key issues and determinants - Pro and cons of managerialization - Managerialization and business performance: some data - The role of planning and control mechanisms - External managers: when and how involve them in a family firm? - How to manage the relationships between external managers and family members - Professional development and careers in family businesses - The role of the CEO and of the CFO 4. Continuity and development in family firms - Long-term vision of the family - Letting an external party acquire some of the firm’s equity - IPO for family firms and listed family businesses 5. Family business succession process -Family business succession: critical aspects - How to prepare the succession - How to choose the future leader - Some particular situations: no heirs, many heirs, when the successor is a woman

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