21210035-1 - CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO

In line with the educational objectives of the Master’ Degree Course in Business Administration, the course of Corporate Governance and business scenario aims to provide students with the knowledge and tools useful to understand the different topics of Corporate Governance. During the course, in fact, structures, behaviours and the role of the bodies of governance are analysed. The governance, in fact, is analysed under the theoretical and operational points of view. The course also what that students have the competencies about the development of the company, as well as to create value, in line with national and international laws. A lot of time is reserved to the Corporate Social Responsibility and at its implications.
At the end of the course, the student will have:
- familiarity with the different aspect of both ownership and governance, as well as they can analyse and compare them;
- acquired theoretical and practical notions to adopt specific management policies;
- developed a complex and articulated method of understanding corporate governance and its mechanisms.

Curriculum

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10)
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10).
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea.

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10)
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10).
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea.

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10)
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10).
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea.

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10)
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10).
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea.

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10)
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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.

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Mutuazione: 21210035-1 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE E SCENARI DI SETTORE DELLE IMPRESE - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 PAOLONI MAURO, MATTEI GIORGIA

Programme

1° Unit (Prof. Mauro Paoloni/Dott.ssa Giorgia Mattei)

1. An overview of Corporate Governance
2. The Board of Corporate Governance and other bodies: structure, composition, roles and mood of operation
3. The Italian Governance systems
4. The structure, composition and the working mechanisms of the control bodies
5. Decision-making theories
6. Creating value for shareholders and stakeholders
7. The decision of dynamic equilibrium between the strategy of the firm, its legal form, the ownership structure, and the governance structures
8. The relation between strategy, ownership, and mechanism of govern
9. Case studies: Enron, Cirio, Parmalat

2° Unit (Prof. Salvatore Monni)
1. The Chinese economy
2. The Corporate Governance of Chinese enterprises
3. The cooperative
4. The Italian' cooperative
5. The Chinese' cooperative
6. Workers’ buyout

Core Documentation

J. Solomon, A. Solomon (last edition), Corporate Governance, Wiley, UK (Chapter: 1; 2; 4; 7; 9; 10).
Zattoni, Alessandro (2020), Corporate governance: how to design good companies, Milano: Egea.

Bernardi, A (2016) “ G: Gung Ho” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016), The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 51-59.
Birchall, A (2016) “C: Control and Governance” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 29-32.
Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016) “Zeitgeist, Educating diversity ” in Bernardi, A., Monni,S. (2016),The Co-operative Firm Keywords. Rome: Roma TrE-PressRoma:167-175.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: l’esperienza italiana” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 16-29.
Monni, S., Novelli, G., Pera, L., Realini, A. (2017) “Workers’ buyout: definizioni e caratteristiche” in Demartini, P., Monni, S. (2017), Workers’ buyout Corporate Governance e sistemi di controllo. Rome: Roma TrE-Press, Roma: 8-15.

Type of delivery of the course

This course meets three times a week for 2 hours. During class, in addition to traditional lectures, we will propose to students to participate at assigment, evaluation tests and project work that will be considered to the final grade of the exam. 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 consist of a written test where students have to answer to four questions (20 lines - 20 minutes of each question), aimed to verify the level of effective understanding of the concepts. Attending students: The final grade obtained is composed by 15% assigment; 15% test; 60% project work; 10% oral exam. All other students have to answer at all questions and the final grade depend on the content of the written test or oral, depending to the pandemic emergency conditions. 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.