21210170 - BUSINESS ECONOMICS - ADVANCED COURSE

In line with the educating objectives of the Master’s Degree Course in Business Economics and the Master’s Degree Course Economics and Management and the Degree of the Course of Business Economics Advanced Course aims to provide students with the knowledge and useful tools for an advanced economic-financial analysis and assessment of business performance, with particular regard to corporate financial dynamics and related reporting.
The Course analyzes the tools for an advanced budget analysis for the most correct evaluation of the economic-financial aspects of the company, as well as for the study of corporate crises. The Course also provides theoretical and practical elements to analyze the causes and characteristics of corporate crises, the methods of managing them and the tools that can be used for their resolution.
At the end of the Course, the student will have:
- developed a complex and articulated method of understanding the business phenomena under study;
- acquired a notional-theoretical apparatus and an appropriate application capacity of analysis, interpretation and evaluation of financial statements’ data;
- acquired knowledge and awareness of the characteristics and causes of corporate crises, as well as of the main theoretical-practical tools for their diagnosis, management and subsequent resolution.

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Fruizione: 21210034_1 ECONOMIA AZIENDALE - CORSO AVANZATO - I MODULO in Economia Aziendale LM-77 MENICUCCI ELISA

Programme

Modul I
Corporate financial management
Financial balance, financial requirement and financial choices
Analysis of the financial dynamics
Budget analysis for the prevention and diagnosis of corporate crises
Corporate crises: definitions, types and causes
Techniques and models for predicting business crises
The Code of Crisis and Corporate Insolvency
Modul II
The warning system
Crisis Indicators and indices
Criteria for corporate crisis management
Techniques and models for the prediction of corporate crises
Corporate crisis management
Corporate recovery plan: turnaround and operational strategies
Judicial (insolvency) and out-of-court procedures (notes)

Core Documentation

- Bernstein J., Manager’s Guide to Crisis Management, Briefcase Books, 2011.
- Subramanyam, K.R., Financial statement analysis, McGraw-Hill Education, Eleventh edition, 2014.

During the course the teacher will make available to the students, on the course webpage, further teaching materials.

Type of delivery of the course

Frontal didactic lessons The teaching activities include lectures lasting 2 hours three times a week (for a total of 60 hours). In the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 will be implemented all the provisions of the University that govern the mandatory manner of carrying out educational activities. It is therefore advisable to regularly check the institutional information channels set up by the University in order to have a timely knowledge of any emergency measures in force.

Attendance

Class attendance is not mandatory but is strongly recommended.

Type of evaluation

The learning is verified through a written examination, divided into theoretical-applicative exercises and open questions (concerning the entire course programme). Moreover, in the case of an extension of the health emergency by COVID-19 will be implemented all the provisions of the University that govern the mandatory manner of conducting the evaluation tests. It is therefore advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels set up by the University for the purposes of timely knowledge of any emergency measures in force.