The course aims at knowing the provision and the administrative procedure
The course aims to provide the student with the basic notions and principles of sociology applied to the phenomena of economics, work and organization, also in the health sector, also considering the main advances that characterize the frontier of research in this discipline.
In particular, the module intends to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge concerning the knowledge of the general socio-economic scenario and the knowledge of the transformations in the world of work.
At the end of the course, the student must have acquired the ability to critically interpret the main socio-economic facts, as well as to interpret the main organizational dynamics.
Provide the main tools for understanding economic theory
Introducing health economics
General knowledge of the fundamental principles of international law. Subjects and sources of law.
Should teaching be carried out in mixed mode or remotely, it may be necessary to introduce changes with respect to previos statements, in line with the program planned and outlined in the syllabus
The teaching activity will be articulated through lectures, with the help of concept maps, theories and the most important sociological institutes. The students' interventions will have been given ample space.
Should teaching be carried out in mixed mode or remotely, it may be necessary to introduce changes with respect to previous statements, in line with the programme planned and outlined in the Syllabus.
Learning assessment will take place orally, in the established exams. It may also be carried out on line, should the conditions require it.
Introducing to Economy
Supply and demand
health economics: economic evaluation
The international community and its subjects: States, individuals, international organizations.
Sources of international law.
The course aims at knowing the provision and the administrative procedure in the evolution of administrative law.
Evolution of economic thinking and the labor market. Operation of economic systems in comparison. Classical authors and the labor market. Adam Smith and Karl Marx. Say's Law of Outlets. The Keynesian Theory and the dispute with the neoclassicals on unemployment. Shumpeter and the relationship between innovation and unemployment. Studies on the relationship between inflation and unemployment (general aspects, intensity and causes of inflation). The Phillips Curve. Subsequent theoretical interpretations: Samuelson and Modigliani. The Theory of Expectations. Demand inflation and its repercussions on the labor market. Lucas, Sargent, Wallace and the Theory of Rational Expectations.
The sociology of work and organizations. The cognitive approach to organizational culture: Sense making, Decision making, Knowing. The Learning organization. The main organizational-business studies and modern models of work organization in the company. Taylorism and Fordism. Toyotism: Total Quality Management (T.Q.M.) and company quality management. Deming and the P-D-C-A Cycle. The 3 "A" of Health. Audit as a tool for improvement. The School of Human Relations: Elton Mayo; Maslow and the Pyramid of Needs. Organizational change and 7S strategy.
The two great contemporary transformations in the labor market. The Knowledge Economy. The phenomenon of the "polarization" of work. Digital transformation and the new working paradigms. The Sharing economy and the Sharing Economy. Coworking. Teleworking and Smart working: characteristics and differences. The Digitization of Italian Health. Telemedicine. Telerehabilitation. The role of training in the great transformation of work. Relationship between health and work. Stress and well-being at work. Sustainable work.
If the lessons will be in mixed or remote mode, there may be some variations in order to respect the program provided and reported in the syllabus.
The module on international law will focus on the general traits of the international legal order, including in an historical perspective and will present the fundamental principles that governi international relations.The subjects of international law will be discussed and reference to the sources of law in the international arena will be made.
S. Licciardello and others, Administrative law institutions, Giappichelli, Torino, 2017.
Part. I, Chapter I, II; Part. III, Chapter I, II, III; Part. IV, Chapter III; Part. V, Chapter II.
For the first part (1):
- 1.1 – Trigilia, C., Sociologia economica, Vol. 1, Il Mulino, latest edition;
- 1.2 – Sobbrio, G., Corso int. di Economia, Trischitta, latest edition (chapters 5, 7, 8).
For the second part (2):
2.1 – Kreitner R. and Kinicki A., Comportamento organizzativo, Apogeo, 2013.
For the third part (3):
3.1 – Dagnino, E., Nespoli, F., Seghezzi, F. (edited by), La nuova grande trasformazione del lavoro, ADAPT Labour Studies, n.62, University press, 2017 (only the topics indicated by the teacher).
The recommended texts and teaching materials provided by the teacher are intended as a didactic supplement to the lessons and – therefore – must be integrated with the contents illustrated during the course.
S. Barbuti - G. M. Fara - G. Giammanco et al. (2014), Igiene Medicina Preventiva Sanità Pubblica, Editore: Edises: chapter 4
For international law
Antonio Cassese (a cura di Micaela Frulli), Diritto Internazionale (Bologna, Il Mulino 2017) solo i capp. I, II, VII-VIII.