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    ANALYSIS OF THE INVESTMENTS (6 credits)

    Prof.ssa Paola Nascenzi

FIRST PART: VALUE AND CAPITAL BUDGETING

    The financial analyses of the enterprise

    Value and capital budgeting

SECOND PART: THE RISK

    The risk

THIRD PART: THE STRUCTURE OF CAPITAL AND THE DIVIDENDS POLICY

    Capital structure and the dividends policy

FOURTH PART: THE LONG-TERM FINANCING

FIFTH PART: THE EXTRAORDINARY FINANCE

    The extraordinary finance

    COMPLEMENTS OF POLITICAL ECONOMICS (3 credits)

    Prof. Giuseppe Garofalo

The objective of the course is to complete the introduction of the institutional themes of Micro

    and Macroeconomics.

     Macroeconomics

    The economic growth with a particular reference to the theory of the endogenous growth. The

    role of human capital and the investments in research and development.

     Microeconomics

    The functioning of imperfect markets with a particular reference to the interdependence

    problems among the agents‟ strategies. Non-neoclassical approaches to the determination of quantity, prices and distribution of income.

    COMPLEMENTS OF MATHEMATICS (3 credits)

    Prof.ssa Giulia Rotundo

Real functions of two real variables.

    Matrix calculus and linear transformation.

    COMPLEMENTS OF FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS (3 credits*)

    Prof.ssa Gianna Figà-Talamanca

    FIRST PART- Temporal indexes and indexes of variability. Duration of the second order. Duration of a portfolio of securities. Duration as sensitivity. Measuring and interpolation of the interest rate curve. The interest rate risk. Principles of classical financial immunization. SECOND PART. -Integrative course on Elements of Probability and of Social Insurances by Prof. Luciano Bontempi.

    DEMOGRAPHY (6 credits)

    Prof. Stefano Gorelli

- Introduction to the studies on population;

    - Sources of national and international demographic statistics, census and anagraphic

    revelations. Surveys, and inquires;

    - Consistency, increase and territorial distribution of population;

    - Condition and structure of population;

    - Construction and use of the mortality tables

    Movement of population: mortality, marriage rate, and fertility reproduction; - Migrations.

    BUSINESS QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATIONS (6 credits)

    Prof. Egidio G. Perrone

The course proposes the study and application of accountancy:

    - Accounting applied to company enterprises;

    - Close examination of the accounting period budget and of the relation on management

    concerning civil law and business doctrine.

    - Trading partnerships and fiscal rules;

    - Accountancy in non -profit business firms;

    - Flows analysis and budget.

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS LAW (6 credits)

    Prof Bernardo G.Mattarella

    General notions. Local autonomy in the constitutional system. The local government units in the system in force . Statutory autonomy and regulation authority. Functions of communes and provinces. Organization of communes and provinces. Local finance. Bureaucracy of the communes and provinces .The controls.

    INSURANCE LAW (6 credits)

    Prof Maurizio Tanzi

The lessons will be about: function and regulating sources of insurance;

    Insurance enterprise, insurance contract (identification of the case in point and analysis of the relative discipline) and its distribution; single kinds of insurance (transport, fire, theft, compulsory, against liability, against accidents, on life, re-insurance) pension funds.

    STOCK COMPANY LAW (6 credits)

    Prof. Maurizio Tanzi

    The course will be dedicated to the analysis of aspects of the composed discipline not only with reference to codes, of the stock company. Particular consideration will be given to the establishment stage ((memorandum of association, articles of association, their shaping, control, and change, capital ,contribution, invalidity etc. )and to their relative latest reforms.

    BANKRUPTCY LAW (6 credits)

    Prof. Michele Salvatore Desario

    The course in Bankruptcy Law aims at examining closely enough notions about the fundamental institutions of the relative regulations in force.

    In particular it will focus on

    1) The alternative procedures as regards bankruptcy: the receivership and the arrangement

    with creditors.

    2) The presuppositions of the entrepreneur‟s subdual to the bankruptcy

    3) The main effects -private, penal and of procedural order- issuing from the submission to

    bankruptcy,

    4) The acknowledgement of the liabilities to be operated by the bankruptcy trustee, 5) The discipline of revocation actions,

    6) The acknowledgement, management and division of assets operated by the trustee, 7) The possible results of bankruptcy,: the closure of it and the bankruptcy arrangement At the end of the course general short accounts are dedicated to the characteristics of bankruptcy in the capitalistic companies.

    PRIVATE LAW (6 credits)

    (Students A-L)

    Prof. Nicola Corbo

A) GENERAL PART (COMPULSORY)

    1. Introducing notions (rule and system; sources of law, community law, enforcement of rules; 2- General notions (subjects, included general notions on private and capital partnerships,

    judicial situations , judicial transactions and acts; advertising forms) 3. Properties

    4. Debentures

    5. General theory of the contract and of the legal transaction

    6 Unilateral actions

    7. Debentures rising from law: negotiorum gestio of other people; undue payment, unjust

    enrichment,

    8. Wrongful acts and liability

    9. A general outline on the protection of rights and interests. including general notions on

    evidence, on the theory of action and of the trial

    10. Discipline of the realty publicity

B) SPECIAL PARTS

    1. The single contracts

    2. General discipline of successions and of gratuity or

    3. General discipline of family

    PRIVATE LAW (6 credits)

    (STUDENTS M-Z)

    Prof. Maurizio Benincasa

General notions introducing to the study of Private Law (sources of law, judicial rule,

    subjective judicial situations, interpretation etc ) and the fundamental institutes of discipline.

    Persons having rights or being liable to duties

    Property, law of contract, law of tort

    Obligations

    The contract in general

    Typical and atypical contracts

    Liability

    Obligations rising form law

    Prescription and loss

    Liability and patrimonial guarantee

    Publicity

    General principles about family, inheritance succession donation, and evidence of judicial acts.

    The following subject matters will be examined closely:

    ; Family

    ; Successions

    ; Donations

    ; Evidence of judicial acts

    PUBLIC LAW (6 credits)

    Prof. Giulio Napolitano

FIRST PART: Study of the general notions and in particular of the legal system; the Law, the

    rules; the organization, the subjects, the subjective judicial situations, the State, the European

    Community Institutions.

    SECOND PART: Examination of the constitutional organization of the State and of the fundamental rights of the citizens.

    THE THIRD PART concerns the analysis of the Government administration and of the Law that can be applied to it.

    TAX LAW (6 credits)

    Prof Gianfranco Chinellato

    This course aims to provide a general concrete technical-judicial basic training and a deepened practical preparation on a subject matter combining economic-financial and particularly judicial aspects and situations.

    ; Tax Law within judicial regulations. Public revenues, forced tributes. Tributes and their classification .The duty, the tax, the special contribution and the fiscal monopoly. ; Constitutional principles. The legal reserve, and the principle of the ability -to -pay tax ; The sources of Tax Law: the State law (The regional law, the acts having legal force, the community sources, the regulations, the circular letters).

    ; The effectiveness of the tax rule in time and space and its interpretation. (the analogy). ; The power of imposition. The active and passive subjects.

    ; The implementation of the tax rule. The return. The account books. The notice of audit: the general discipline and the different typologies. The collection. The refund. The subjective legal situations.

    ; The administrative and penal sanctions.

    ; The fiscal trial.

    ADMINISTRATIVE LAW (6 credits)

    Prof. Giulio Napolitano

    The course regards the business administrative discipline. The subjects treated are as follows: The constitutional and community principles on freedom of enterprise and its controls; liberalization and regulation; the administrative framework of enterprise activities; the controls on the set up activity; the authorizations, liberalization and simplification of the authorizing proceedings; declaration of set up and the silence denial ”the sportello unico”; the discipline

    of production and distribution in a qualitative profile; the state control of fares and prices, the state control of competition, the state control of comparative and deceptive advertising; the administrative procedures of settlement of litigations between enterprises and consumers.

    BUSINESS ECONOMICS (6 credits)

    Prof. Salvatore Sarcone

1) The business enterprise as an Economic institute.

    2) General economic features of the business enterprise.

    3) Business management with particular reference to manufacturing enterprises. 4) Business organization

    5) Strategic guideline and business strategy

    6) Business financing

    7) Accounting entry

    8) Production costs

    9) Accounting period budget analysis

    ECONOMICS OF THE FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES (6 credits)

    Prof. Maurizio Vincenzini

    This course aims at providing a general approach to the Economics of the Financial Intermediaries considered as “enterprises “ operating in a real and financial economic context. Therefore the intermediaries are studied in their distinctive profiles of business management, which become integrated, according to a systemic vision along with the examination of markets and of financial instruments.

The financial structure of Economics

    The controls on financial system. The markets and the financial instruments The financial intermediaries

    - The financial exchange

    - The explanation of the existence and of the functions of the different financial intermediaries

    - The insurance/ financial requirements of the operators

    - The different typologies of financial institutions: proposed classifications - Characteristics of the asset and liability statement and of the profit and loss account of the different typologies of financial intermediaries.

    - Management profiles of the financial intermediaries.

    The “Bancassicurazioni”

    - The articulation of the Italian financial system.

    - The Central Bank and the monetary policy

    - The supervision on the bank system

    The structure of the market, the behaviours and the performances of the intermediaries at enterprise and system level. (operative and allocation efficiency)

    ECONOMICS OF THE FINANCIAL MARKETS (6 credits)

    Prof. Anna Maria D’Arcangelis

The financial markets and the activity of movable intermediation in Italy.

    The instruments of the debenture market, the tax regime for residents and non -residents. The techniques of issue and the organization of the secondary market. The evaluation criteria of debenture shares. The evaluation of yields and the risk, the pricing of fixed rate and variable rate shares. The estimates of the interest risk. The different measures of duration and the convexity. The debenture portfolio management: active and passive strategies. The yield curve and the spot and forward rates. The yield curve and the instruments for the prediction of interest rates. The debenture derivatives. ; forward, futures and swaps. The structured products.

    ECONOMICS OF THE MOVABLE MARKET (6 credits)

    Prof. Anna Maria D’Arcangelis

The financial markets and the activity of movable intermediation in Italy.

    The stock market. The instruments of capital. Convertible debentures and cum warrant, shares. The organization of the market share. The tax regime for residents and non-residents. The OPA. The insider trading. The evaluation criteria of shares: the CAPM and the performances evaluation. The technical analysis, the futures on share indexes: The FIB 30 contract and the MIDEX. The ISO- alfa options on shares and the covered warrant. The interest rate caps, floor, collar, hints.

    ECONOMCS OF THE STATE - OWNED ENTERPRISE (6 credits)

    Prof. Giuseppe Grossi

    The objective of the course is to provide the students with basic technical and logical instruments to inquire into the structure and functioning of state owned enterprises according to a business economic perspective. The local authority and the state owned local services

    enterprises constitute the typology of economic institutions on which didactic interventions will be mostly directed

ECONOMICS AND QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATIONS OF THE BUSINESS GROUPS

    (6 credits)

    Prof Anna Paris

    Different forms of business aggregation are going to be examined (cartels, consortiums, joint-venture, franchising contracts) in order to analyse in detail the most recurring one: the business group. Characterizing aspects, different classifications and configurations, advantages and disadvantages will be identified along with problems concerning intragroup relations and the definition and realization of the group policies.

    Formal and essential aspects of the document showing the financial statement of a group of enterprises as well as the group consolidate financial statement will be considered in details after having presented the Italian system of the compulsory business communication of the listed and non listed holding companies.

    Exam of the procedure stages of consolidation in the light of the Italian normative law, of the accounting international principles (IASB) and of the national ones - worked out by the national “Consigli dei Dottori Commercialisti e dei Ragionieri” - is the object of the final part.

    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS( 6 credits)

    Prof .ssa Monica Auteri

    I. INTERNATIONAL TRADE THEORY.

    1. Labour Productivity and Comparative Advantage: The Ricardian Model.

    2. Specific Factors and Income Distribution.

    3. Resources and Trade: The Heckscher-Ohlin Model.

    4. The Standard Trade Model.

    5. Economies of Scale, Imperfect Competition, and International Trade.

    6. International Factor Movements.

    II. INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY.

    7. The Instruments of Trade Policy

    8. The Political Economy of Trade Policy.

I. EXCHANGE RATES AND OPEN-ECONOMY MACROECONOMICS.

    9. National Income Accounting and the Balance of Payments

    10. Exchange Rates and the Foreign Exchange Market: An Asset.

    11. Money, Interest Rates, and Exchange Rates.

    12. Price Levels and the Exchange Rate in the Long Run.

    13. Output and the Exchange Rate in the Short Run.

    I. INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMIC POLICY.

    14. Optimum Currency Areas and The European Experience.

    POLITICAL ECONOMICS I (6 credits)

    Prof. Giuseppe Garofalo

    The objective of the course is to provide basic notions of Micro and Macroeconomics, concerning the functioning of Economics in the short and long term period along with the underlying hypothesis of the worker-consumer‟s behaviour of the enterprise and of the public sector.

Basic course

    Introduction to the study of Political Economics. Theoretical basic models, the neoclassical and Keynesian schedules. The basic instruments of analysis, supply and demand at micro and macro levels. Analytical instruments of reference: functions and graphic representations, variations and variation rate, derivatives optimisation

    I Elements of Macroeconomics

    The national income: concept and measurement. From the accounting point of view to the economic one .The prekeynesian theory on national income. The General Theory. The income-expenditure model The IS-LM model, the AD-AS model. The fluctuations and the growth. The role of political economics.

    II Elements of Microeconomics

    The price system and the distribution of income. The hypothesis of substantial rationality. Consumer‟s behaviour and market demand. Enterprise behaviour and market demand. Price

    and quantity exchanged in a perfect competition market. The market of absolute monopoly of monopolistic competition and of oligopoly. The role of the microeconomic policies and of the regulations of markets.

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