21210238 - ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT

In line with the educational objectives of the Degree in Economics and Business, the teaching aims to provide students with the basic knowledge and tools useful for understanding the structure and behaviour of economic-productive systems, deepening the characteristics and purposes of the different types of companies with particular reference to profit companies. The course also provides the basic accounting tools for the economic and financial aspects of ordinary business management.
At the end of the course, the student will have:
· developed a complex and articulated method of understanding the social phenomena under study;
· assumed awareness of the characteristics, structures and purposes of the main types of companies;
· acquired a notional-theoretical apparatus and appropriate application skills;
· acquainted with and familiar with the basic categories of the accounting recognition techniques.

Curriculum

Canali

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Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.


Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, seconda edizione, Giappichelli, 2021

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale (2^edizione), CEDAM, 2020 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilità, CEDAM, 2018
Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that there may be the possibility of providing lessons in e-learning mode. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

teacher profile | teaching materials
teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.

Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, Giappichelli, 2009

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale, CEDAM, 2012 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilita’, CEDAM, 2018

Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that the lessons are held in person, but can also be followed live online and will NOT be recorded. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. As long as the emergency COVID 19 remains, the exams will be carried out in the oral form "at a distance", in accordance with the provisions contained in the D.R. 703/20 of the University of Roma Tre. The oral interview consists of at least three questions that will be asked by the teacher on the entire examination program. The questions may also require the development of written solutions (numerical exercises, accounting records, formulas, graphs). For this reason, the candidate must have a blank sheet of paper and a pen available between himself and the computer. At the end of the written exercise, the candidate must expose the sheet with the solution, in favor of the camera. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

teacher profile | teaching materials
teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme


Caratteri generali: oggetto dell’azienda.
Soggetti aziendali: “soggetto giuridico” e “soggetto economico”.
Vari tipi di azienda: l’impresa e le aziende non profit.
L’impresa e l’iniziativa individuale: imprese private e imprese pubbliche.
La logica delle scelte nell’impresa.
La struttura decisionale ed il potere di controllo nell’impresa.
L’economicità aziendale e super aziendale.
L’efficienza e i costi di produzione.
Il finanziamento d’impresa.
Il fabbisogno finanziario e la sua determinazione.
Le fonti di finanziamento.
La relazione tra “capitale proprio” e “capitale di credito”.
Le determinazioni e le rilevazioni quantitative d’azienda come strumento d’informazione.
La natura del reddito e del capitale di impresa.
Teoria e metodo della Partita Doppia.
Il metodo della Partita Doppia applicato al sistema del reddito nelle aziende di produzione.
Le rilevazioni contabili delle operazioni di costituzione, acquisto, vendita, retribuzione dei dipendenti, riscossione e pagamento, finanziamento.
La formazione del bilancio di esercizio e la determinazione del reddito.
Scritture di assestamento, di chiusura e di riapertura dei conti.
Destinazione del reddito d’esercizio.
Capitale nominale e riserve nelle aziende di società.

Core Documentation

G. Zanda - Fondamenti di economia aziendale - G. Giappichelli - Torino - 2015.

More textbook will be provided for the accounting entries part.

Reference Bibliography

G. Zanda - Fondamenti di economia aziendale - G. Giappichelli - Torino - 2015.

Type of delivery of the course

Frontal lecture

Attendance

Highly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) Business Economics and Accounting. General company characters. The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk. Income and profitability. Social responsibility and sustainability. The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
3) Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

Part I
ZANDA, Lineamenti di Economia Aziendale, Edizioni Kappa, Roma, 2006;
Part II
T.ONESTI et al. (a cura di), Esercitazioni di economia aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 (ebook).

During the lessons, the teacher will provide additional support material through the Teams software and the website of the chair: https://onestieconomiaaziendale.wordpress.com/

Reference Bibliography

ONIDA, Economia d’azienda, Utet, Torino, ultima edizione (2000 o più recente)

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

Attendance is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

A written test is foreseen divided into two parts, which correspond to the two parts of the course. To pass the test, students must obtain at least sufficient results in both parts of the written test. Depending on the result of the written test and at the sole discretion of the teacher, the oral exam may be optional, compulsory or excluded. If necessary, the exams will take place according to the rules on social distancing arranged by the University and the Department of Business Studies.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

Part I: The Economy of the Company: Business Economics and Accounting. The study of the conditions of existence of the corporate body; the personal component and the operating means of the company. Object of the company. Corporate subjects: "legal entities" and "economic subject". Organization. The organizational structures. Various types of company. The institution of the company, its location, its size.
The supply company: general characteristics and management schemes. Production companies for the exchange of goods and services: companies. The aims of the company. The economic balance as a fundamental condition of the life of the company. Economic balance and economy. The possible ways of remunerating the productive factors used by the company. The business risk and the subjects on which it weighs. Business efficiency. The process of forming the company's income. The capital requirement and its determination. Company financing: equity and credit capital in their various forms; corporate self-financing; the choice of convenient forms of financing; the dynamic relationship between equity and credit capital. The financial structure of the company.
The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
Part II: Accounting elements: Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting. Some lectures are focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test In case of need for clarification on the written, an oral test can be scheduled at the discretion of the lecturers. During the COVID-19 emergency period, the exam will be made in accordance with the provisions of article 1 of the Rectoral Decree no. 703 of May 5, 2020.

Canali

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Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C PAOLONI MAURO, Ciaburri Mirella

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.


Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, seconda edizione, Giappichelli, 2021

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale (2^edizione), CEDAM, 2020 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilità, CEDAM, 2018
Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that there may be the possibility of providing lessons in e-learning mode. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C PAOLONI MAURO, Ciaburri Mirella

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 D - K GRANDIS FABIO GIULIO, COLUMBANO CLAUDIO

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.

Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, Giappichelli, 2009

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale, CEDAM, 2012 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilita’, CEDAM, 2018

Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that the lessons are held in person, but can also be followed live online and will NOT be recorded. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. As long as the emergency COVID 19 remains, the exams will be carried out in the oral form "at a distance", in accordance with the provisions contained in the D.R. 703/20 of the University of Roma Tre. The oral interview consists of at least three questions that will be asked by the teacher on the entire examination program. The questions may also require the development of written solutions (numerical exercises, accounting records, formulas, graphs). For this reason, the candidate must have a blank sheet of paper and a pen available between himself and the computer. At the end of the written exercise, the candidate must expose the sheet with the solution, in favor of the camera. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 D - K GRANDIS FABIO GIULIO, COLUMBANO CLAUDIO

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P DELLO STROLOGO ALBERTO, PUCCI SABRINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P DELLO STROLOGO ALBERTO, PUCCI SABRINA

Programme


Caratteri generali: oggetto dell’azienda.
Soggetti aziendali: “soggetto giuridico” e “soggetto economico”.
Vari tipi di azienda: l’impresa e le aziende non profit.
L’impresa e l’iniziativa individuale: imprese private e imprese pubbliche.
La logica delle scelte nell’impresa.
La struttura decisionale ed il potere di controllo nell’impresa.
L’economicità aziendale e super aziendale.
L’efficienza e i costi di produzione.
Il finanziamento d’impresa.
Il fabbisogno finanziario e la sua determinazione.
Le fonti di finanziamento.
La relazione tra “capitale proprio” e “capitale di credito”.
Le determinazioni e le rilevazioni quantitative d’azienda come strumento d’informazione.
La natura del reddito e del capitale di impresa.
Teoria e metodo della Partita Doppia.
Il metodo della Partita Doppia applicato al sistema del reddito nelle aziende di produzione.
Le rilevazioni contabili delle operazioni di costituzione, acquisto, vendita, retribuzione dei dipendenti, riscossione e pagamento, finanziamento.
La formazione del bilancio di esercizio e la determinazione del reddito.
Scritture di assestamento, di chiusura e di riapertura dei conti.
Destinazione del reddito d’esercizio.
Capitale nominale e riserve nelle aziende di società.

Core Documentation

G. Zanda - Fondamenti di economia aziendale - G. Giappichelli - Torino - 2015.

More textbook will be provided for the accounting entries part.

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Frontal lecture

Attendance

Highly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z ONESTI TIZIANO, PIERI VALERIO

Programme

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) Business Economics and Accounting. General company characters. The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk. Income and profitability. Social responsibility and sustainability. The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
3) Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

Part I
ZANDA, Lineamenti di Economia Aziendale, Edizioni Kappa, Roma, 2006;
Part II
T.ONESTI et al. (a cura di), Esercitazioni di economia aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 (ebook).

During the lessons, the teacher will provide additional support material through the Teams software and the website of the chair: https://onestieconomiaaziendale.wordpress.com/

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

Attendance is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

A written test is foreseen divided into two parts, which correspond to the two parts of the course. To pass the test, students must obtain at least sufficient results in both parts of the written test. Depending on the result of the written test and at the sole discretion of the teacher, the oral exam may be optional, compulsory or excluded. If necessary, the exams will take place according to the rules on social distancing arranged by the University and the Department of Business Studies.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z ONESTI TIZIANO, PIERI VALERIO

Programme

Part I: The Economy of the Company: Business Economics and Accounting. The study of the conditions of existence of the corporate body; the personal component and the operating means of the company. Object of the company. Corporate subjects: "legal entities" and "economic subject". Organization. The organizational structures. Various types of company. The institution of the company, its location, its size.
The supply company: general characteristics and management schemes. Production companies for the exchange of goods and services: companies. The aims of the company. The economic balance as a fundamental condition of the life of the company. Economic balance and economy. The possible ways of remunerating the productive factors used by the company. The business risk and the subjects on which it weighs. Business efficiency. The process of forming the company's income. The capital requirement and its determination. Company financing: equity and credit capital in their various forms; corporate self-financing; the choice of convenient forms of financing; the dynamic relationship between equity and credit capital. The financial structure of the company.
The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
Part II: Accounting elements: Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting. Some lectures are focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test In case of need for clarification on the written, an oral test can be scheduled at the discretion of the lecturers. During the COVID-19 emergency period, the exam will be made in accordance with the provisions of article 1 of the Rectoral Decree no. 703 of May 5, 2020.

Canali

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C PAOLONI MAURO, Ciaburri Mirella

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.


Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, seconda edizione, Giappichelli, 2021

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale (2^edizione), CEDAM, 2020 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilità, CEDAM, 2018
Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that there may be the possibility of providing lessons in e-learning mode. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C PAOLONI MAURO, Ciaburri Mirella

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 D - K GRANDIS FABIO GIULIO, COLUMBANO CLAUDIO

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.

Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, Giappichelli, 2009

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale, CEDAM, 2012 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilita’, CEDAM, 2018

Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that the lessons are held in person, but can also be followed live online and will NOT be recorded. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. As long as the emergency COVID 19 remains, the exams will be carried out in the oral form "at a distance", in accordance with the provisions contained in the D.R. 703/20 of the University of Roma Tre. The oral interview consists of at least three questions that will be asked by the teacher on the entire examination program. The questions may also require the development of written solutions (numerical exercises, accounting records, formulas, graphs). For this reason, the candidate must have a blank sheet of paper and a pen available between himself and the computer. At the end of the written exercise, the candidate must expose the sheet with the solution, in favor of the camera. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 D - K GRANDIS FABIO GIULIO, COLUMBANO CLAUDIO

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P DELLO STROLOGO ALBERTO, PUCCI SABRINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P DELLO STROLOGO ALBERTO, PUCCI SABRINA

Programme


Caratteri generali: oggetto dell’azienda.
Soggetti aziendali: “soggetto giuridico” e “soggetto economico”.
Vari tipi di azienda: l’impresa e le aziende non profit.
L’impresa e l’iniziativa individuale: imprese private e imprese pubbliche.
La logica delle scelte nell’impresa.
La struttura decisionale ed il potere di controllo nell’impresa.
L’economicità aziendale e super aziendale.
L’efficienza e i costi di produzione.
Il finanziamento d’impresa.
Il fabbisogno finanziario e la sua determinazione.
Le fonti di finanziamento.
La relazione tra “capitale proprio” e “capitale di credito”.
Le determinazioni e le rilevazioni quantitative d’azienda come strumento d’informazione.
La natura del reddito e del capitale di impresa.
Teoria e metodo della Partita Doppia.
Il metodo della Partita Doppia applicato al sistema del reddito nelle aziende di produzione.
Le rilevazioni contabili delle operazioni di costituzione, acquisto, vendita, retribuzione dei dipendenti, riscossione e pagamento, finanziamento.
La formazione del bilancio di esercizio e la determinazione del reddito.
Scritture di assestamento, di chiusura e di riapertura dei conti.
Destinazione del reddito d’esercizio.
Capitale nominale e riserve nelle aziende di società.

Core Documentation

G. Zanda - Fondamenti di economia aziendale - G. Giappichelli - Torino - 2015.

More textbook will be provided for the accounting entries part.

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Frontal lecture

Attendance

Highly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z ONESTI TIZIANO, PIERI VALERIO

Programme

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) Business Economics and Accounting. General company characters. The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk. Income and profitability. Social responsibility and sustainability. The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
3) Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

Part I
ZANDA, Lineamenti di Economia Aziendale, Edizioni Kappa, Roma, 2006;
Part II
T.ONESTI et al. (a cura di), Esercitazioni di economia aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 (ebook).

During the lessons, the teacher will provide additional support material through the Teams software and the website of the chair: https://onestieconomiaaziendale.wordpress.com/

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

Attendance is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

A written test is foreseen divided into two parts, which correspond to the two parts of the course. To pass the test, students must obtain at least sufficient results in both parts of the written test. Depending on the result of the written test and at the sole discretion of the teacher, the oral exam may be optional, compulsory or excluded. If necessary, the exams will take place according to the rules on social distancing arranged by the University and the Department of Business Studies.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z ONESTI TIZIANO, PIERI VALERIO

Programme

Part I: The Economy of the Company: Business Economics and Accounting. The study of the conditions of existence of the corporate body; the personal component and the operating means of the company. Object of the company. Corporate subjects: "legal entities" and "economic subject". Organization. The organizational structures. Various types of company. The institution of the company, its location, its size.
The supply company: general characteristics and management schemes. Production companies for the exchange of goods and services: companies. The aims of the company. The economic balance as a fundamental condition of the life of the company. Economic balance and economy. The possible ways of remunerating the productive factors used by the company. The business risk and the subjects on which it weighs. Business efficiency. The process of forming the company's income. The capital requirement and its determination. Company financing: equity and credit capital in their various forms; corporate self-financing; the choice of convenient forms of financing; the dynamic relationship between equity and credit capital. The financial structure of the company.
The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
Part II: Accounting elements: Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting. Some lectures are focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test In case of need for clarification on the written, an oral test can be scheduled at the discretion of the lecturers. During the COVID-19 emergency period, the exam will be made in accordance with the provisions of article 1 of the Rectoral Decree no. 703 of May 5, 2020.

Canali

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C PAOLONI MAURO, Ciaburri Mirella

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.


Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, seconda edizione, Giappichelli, 2021

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale (2^edizione), CEDAM, 2020 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilità, CEDAM, 2018
Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that there may be the possibility of providing lessons in e-learning mode. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 all the provisions that regulate the way in which teaching activities and student evaluation are carried out will be implemented. It is suggested to constantly verify the institutional websites.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 A - C PAOLONI MAURO, Ciaburri Mirella

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 D - K GRANDIS FABIO GIULIO, COLUMBANO CLAUDIO

Programme

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS
First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The firm in its economic perspective: The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk and who bears it. Income and profitability. Information Systems Governance and Internal controls (overview). Planning in business (overview).
3) Corporate funding: Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.
Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
1) The accounting rationale. Nature of data to be examined. Methodologies. The corporate record-keeping system in a broad sense.
2) Accounting practice. Double-entry bookkeeping (definition). Double-entry bookkeeping applied to manufacturing companies. Bookkeeping entries for general business transactions, initiating joint-stock companies, particular transactions (wages and salaries, financial transactions, etc.), adjusting entries and year-end closing entries. Practical exercises in applying accounting record-keeping systems and measurement principles to business transactions.

Core Documentation

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Paoloni M., Paoloni P. (a cura di), Introduzione ed orientamento allo studio delle aziende, Giappichelli, 2009

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Paoloni M., Celli, M. (a cura di), Introduzione alla contabilità generale, CEDAM, 2012 (pp. 75-123; pp. 137-215; pp. 220-243; pp. 244-253; pp. 255-279; pp. 292-299; pp. 304-309; pp. 321-335; pp. 364-377; pp. 399-470)

For business administration and accounting exercises: Paoloni M. (a cura di), Mattei G., Paoloni N., Eserciziario di economia aziendale e contabilita’, CEDAM, 2018

Alternatively:

David Boddy, Management: an Introduction, Financial Times Prentice Hall, 2011
Leslie K. Breitner and Robert N. Anthony, Essentials of Accounting, Pearson, 2013


Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the event of an extension of the health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out teaching activities and student evaluation will be implemented. In particular, it should be noted that the lessons are held in person, but can also be followed live online and will NOT be recorded. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Type of evaluation

The exam is made up of a written test (90 minutes) where students have to answer at multiple-choices questions, as well as to do business administration and accounting exercises. A sufficient evaluation obtained in the written exam is needed to attend the oral test. Then the final mark arises. As long as the emergency COVID 19 remains, the exams will be carried out in the oral form "at a distance", in accordance with the provisions contained in the D.R. 703/20 of the University of Roma Tre. The oral interview consists of at least three questions that will be asked by the teacher on the entire examination program. The questions may also require the development of written solutions (numerical exercises, accounting records, formulas, graphs). For this reason, the candidate must have a blank sheet of paper and a pen available between himself and the computer. At the end of the written exercise, the candidate must expose the sheet with the solution, in favor of the camera. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 D - K GRANDIS FABIO GIULIO, COLUMBANO CLAUDIO

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P DELLO STROLOGO ALBERTO, PUCCI SABRINA

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 L - P DELLO STROLOGO ALBERTO, PUCCI SABRINA

Programme


Caratteri generali: oggetto dell’azienda.
Soggetti aziendali: “soggetto giuridico” e “soggetto economico”.
Vari tipi di azienda: l’impresa e le aziende non profit.
L’impresa e l’iniziativa individuale: imprese private e imprese pubbliche.
La logica delle scelte nell’impresa.
La struttura decisionale ed il potere di controllo nell’impresa.
L’economicità aziendale e super aziendale.
L’efficienza e i costi di produzione.
Il finanziamento d’impresa.
Il fabbisogno finanziario e la sua determinazione.
Le fonti di finanziamento.
La relazione tra “capitale proprio” e “capitale di credito”.
Le determinazioni e le rilevazioni quantitative d’azienda come strumento d’informazione.
La natura del reddito e del capitale di impresa.
Teoria e metodo della Partita Doppia.
Il metodo della Partita Doppia applicato al sistema del reddito nelle aziende di produzione.
Le rilevazioni contabili delle operazioni di costituzione, acquisto, vendita, retribuzione dei dipendenti, riscossione e pagamento, finanziamento.
La formazione del bilancio di esercizio e la determinazione del reddito.
Scritture di assestamento, di chiusura e di riapertura dei conti.
Destinazione del reddito d’esercizio.
Capitale nominale e riserve nelle aziende di società.

Core Documentation

G. Zanda - Fondamenti di economia aziendale - G. Giappichelli - Torino - 2015.

More textbook will be provided for the accounting entries part.

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Frontal lecture

Attendance

Highly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z ONESTI TIZIANO, PIERI VALERIO

Programme

First part: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1) Business Economics and Accounting. General company characters. The firm as an economic entity: General characteristics of the firm. Corporate entities: legal and economic identities. Types of firms.
2) The enterprise as an individual economic undertaking: private enterprises and state-owned enterprises. The company’s purpose. Financial and economic stability as a prerequisite of a company’s existence. Economic stability and different types of economic operability. Payment for operating and production inputs used by enterprises. Corporate risk. Income and profitability. Social responsibility and sustainability. The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
3) Assessment of financial needs. Corporate funding: equity and debt capital in their various forms. Funding through cash generation. The capital structure of the company; choice of cost-efficient financing options; the dynamic relationship between equity and debt capital. Short-term capital and long-term financing.

Second part: ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

Part I
ZANDA, Lineamenti di Economia Aziendale, Edizioni Kappa, Roma, 2006;
Part II
T.ONESTI et al. (a cura di), Esercitazioni di economia aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2013 (ebook).

During the lessons, the teacher will provide additional support material through the Teams software and the website of the chair: https://onestieconomiaaziendale.wordpress.com/

Reference Bibliography

Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting, while the last weekly lecture is focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

Attendance is strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

A written test is foreseen divided into two parts, which correspond to the two parts of the course. To pass the test, students must obtain at least sufficient results in both parts of the written test. Depending on the result of the written test and at the sole discretion of the teacher, the oral exam may be optional, compulsory or excluded. If necessary, the exams will take place according to the rules on social distancing arranged by the University and the Department of Business Studies.

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Mutuazione: 21210238 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE in Economia e gestione aziendale L-18 Q - Z ONESTI TIZIANO, PIERI VALERIO

Programme

Part I: The Economy of the Company: Business Economics and Accounting. The study of the conditions of existence of the corporate body; the personal component and the operating means of the company. Object of the company. Corporate subjects: "legal entities" and "economic subject". Organization. The organizational structures. Various types of company. The institution of the company, its location, its size.
The supply company: general characteristics and management schemes. Production companies for the exchange of goods and services: companies. The aims of the company. The economic balance as a fundamental condition of the life of the company. Economic balance and economy. The possible ways of remunerating the productive factors used by the company. The business risk and the subjects on which it weighs. Business efficiency. The process of forming the company's income. The capital requirement and its determination. Company financing: equity and credit capital in their various forms; corporate self-financing; the choice of convenient forms of financing; the dynamic relationship between equity and credit capital. The financial structure of the company.
The process of dimensional growth of companies: the main characteristics, nature, structure, internal exchange and production operations in groups of companies.
Part II: Accounting elements: Double-entry theory and method. The double-entry method applied to the income system in production companies. The accounting records of the incorporation operations and of the main operations. The accounts for closing and reopening the accounts.

Core Documentation

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Gianfranco Zanda, Fondamenti di Economia Aziendale, Giappichelli, Torino The teaching material is made available by the teachers through the Teams platform

Type of delivery of the course

Lectures are in-class and are held four times a week. Each lesson lasts two hours. Three lectures per week are dedicated to explaining the theoretical concepts of business administration and accounting. Some lectures are focused on accounting exercises to achieve the expected learning results. In the period of health emergency from COVID-19, all the provisions regulating the methods of carrying out educational activities will be implemented. Where possible, teaching will take place both in the classroom and live via the Teams platform, with recording of the lessons for viewing in the following days. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Attendance

strongly recommended

Type of evaluation

Written test In case of need for clarification on the written, an oral test can be scheduled at the discretion of the lecturers. During the COVID-19 emergency period, the exam will be made in accordance with the provisions of article 1 of the Rectoral Decree no. 703 of May 5, 2020.