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[66023] - INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATION (2 MOD.)INTERNATIONAL INTEGRATION (2 MOD.)
GIUSEPPE CANULLO
Lingua di erogazione: ITALIANOLessons taught in: ITALIAN
Laurea Magistrale - [EM07] INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE (Curriculum: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS) Master Degree (2 years) - [EM07] INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND COMMERCE (Curriculum: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS)
Anno di corsoDegree programme year : 2 - Primo Semestre
Anno offertaAcademic year: 2018-2019
Anno regolamentoAnno regolamento: 2017-2018
Obbligatorio
Crediti: 6
Ore di lezioneTeaching hours: 44
TipologiaType: B - Caratterizzante
Settore disciplinareAcademic discipline: SECS-P/01 - ECONOMIA POLITICA

LINGUA INSEGNAMENTO LANGUAGE

INGLESE

English


PREREQUISITI PREREQUISITES

Previous knowledge of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics

Previous knowledge of Microeconomics and Macroeconomics


MODALITÀ DI SVOLGIMENTO DEL CORSO DEVELOPMENT OF THE COURSE

Lectures and formative coursework.

Lectures and formative coursework.


RISULTATI DI APPRENDIMENTO ATTESI LEARNING OUTCOMES
Knowledge and Understanding.

Students will develop an understanding of:
a) the role of the economic and political forces shaping the integration process;
b) the rationale of the single market and of the EMU;
c) the connections and relative functions of fiscal, monetary and structural policies.


Capacity to apply Knowledge and Understanding.

Students will be able to apply the acquired analytical tools and critical abilities to specific integration and policy issues.


Transversal Skills.

Critical readings, class discussions and presentations will enhance students’ general ability to analyze and communicate clearly complex economic questions and to pass informed judgements.


Knowledge and Understanding.

Students will develop an understanding of:
a) the role of the economic and political forces shaping the integration process;
b) the rationale of the single market and of the EMU;
c) the connections and relative functions of fiscal, monetary and structural policies.


Capacity to apply Knowledge and Understanding.

Students will be able to apply the acquired analytical tools and critical abilities to specific integration and policy issues.


Transversal Skills.

Critical readings, class discussions and presentations will enhance students’ general ability to analyze and communicate clearly complex economic questions and to pass informed judgements.



PROGRAMMA PROGRAM

The course analyses current problems of EU integration in historical perspective, with particular reference to Mediterranean Countries.
Main topics:
History and Institutions of the European Union
Regional Trading Arrangements: Basic Theory and Growth Effects
Enlargement
Monetary Union: Theory, Stages, Costs and Benefits
Current Problems and Prospects

The course analyses current problems of EU integration in historical perspective, with particular reference to Mediterranean Countries.
Main topics:
History and Institutions of the European Union
Regional Trading Arrangements: Basic Theory and Growth Effects
Enlargement
Monetary Union: Theory, Stages, Costs and Benefits
Current Problems and Prospects


MODALITÀ DI SVOLGIMENTO DELL'ESAME DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXAMINATION
Learning Evaluation Methods.

Written test: 10 multiple choice questions; two open questions out of three.
One term paper


Learning Evaluation Criteria.

Students must demonstrate a good comprehension of the analytical tools and the ability to critically assess different viewpoints.


Learning Measurement Criteria.

Positive grades: from 18 to 30. Cum laude can be bestowed to outstanding performance
The final grade of International Integration will be an average of the two modules.


Final Mark Allocation Criteria.

Multiple choice questions: 1.5 points for each correct answer;
Open questions: 0-6 points each;
Final paper: 0-5 points.


Learning Evaluation Methods.

Written test: 10 multiple choice questions; two open questions out of three.
One term paper


Learning Evaluation Criteria.

Students must demonstrate a good comprehension of the analytical tools and the ability to critically assess different viewpoints.


Learning Measurement Criteria.

Positive grades: from 18 to 30. Cum laude can be bestowed to outstanding performance
The final grade of International Integration will be an average of the two modules.


Final Mark Allocation Criteria.

Multiple choice questions: 1.5 points for each correct answer;
Open questions: 0-6 points each;
Final paper: 0-5 points.



TESTI CONSIGLIATI RECOMMENDED READING

Baldwin R. and Wyplosz C, The Economics of European Integration, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill
Additional readings will be suggested during the course.

Baldwin R. and Wyplosz C, The Economics of European Integration, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill
Additional readings will be suggested during the course.


Scheda insegnamento erogato nell’A.A. 2018-2019
Le informazioni contenute nella presente scheda assumono carattere definitivo solo a partire dall'A.A. di effettiva erogazione dell'insegnamento.
Academic year 2018-2019

 


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