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Friday 23 August 2019
INTERNATIONAL PH.D. IN MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM IN: INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTHCARE
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Academic Program

Courses Outline XXII cycle 2007-09 Courses Outline XXIII cycle 2008-10 Courses Outline XXIV cycle 2009-11 Courses Outline XXV cycle 2009-11
Courses Outline XXVI cycle 2010-12 Courses Outline XXVII cycle 2011-13 Courses Outline XXVIII cycle 2012-14 Courses Outline XXIX cycle 2013-15
Courses Outline XXX cycle 2014-15 Courses Outline XXXI cycle 2015-16 Courses Outline XXXII cycle 2016-17 Courses Outline XXXIII cycle 2017-18
Courses Outline XXXIV cycle 2018-19

First Semester (October-December 2018)
  1. Applied statistics for social science (Chiara Seghieri) [2 credits]
  2. Surviving Research methodologies in management(Alberto Di Minin, Annamaria Murante, Francesco Testa) [3 credits]
  3. Management Theories (Andrea Piccaluga)[2 credits]
  4. Scientific English for Researchers in Management (Adrian Wallwork) [3 credits]
  5. Introduction to Social Network Analysis and Social Network Analysis in management research (Guido Conaldi, Sara Barsanti, Natalia Gusmerotti) [1 credit]
  6. "Action-Research": researchers or consultants? (Nicola Bellini)
Second Semester (January-July 2019)
  1. High-Tech Entrepreneurship (HTE) (Basic) (Andrea Piccaluga and Alberto Di Minin) [1 credits]
  2. High-Tech Entrepreneurship (applied) (Andrea Piccaluga and Alberto Di Minin) [3 credits]
  3. Working with Stata [2,5 credits]
  4. Dinamica economico finanziaria per finalita' gestionali (Sabina Nuti and Milena Vainieri) [2,5 credits] - OPTIONAL
  5. Sustainability Management (Marco Frey, Fabio Iraldo) [2,5 credits]
  6. Performance management in health care (Sabina Nuti, Milena Vainieri) [3 credits]
  7. Economics and management of innovation [2 credits]
  8. Experimental methodologies for management research (Nicola Belle') - OPTIONAL
  9. SOCIAL MARKETING (Annamaria Murante) - OPTIONAL
  10. Public administration models and accountability (Sara Barsanti) - OPTIONAL
  11. Doctoral seminars on health economics (Gwyn Bevan)- OPTIONAL
  12. Seminar in Human Resources Management (Paul Battaglio) - OPTIONAL
  13. Natural Capital, climate change and the businesses in the XXI century (Giorgio Capurri) - OPTIONAL
Third Semester (October - December 2019)
  1. Advanced sustainability - Life-cycle assessment and environmental footprint: From theory to pratice (Fabio Iraldo) - OPTIONAL
  2. Topics in Management and Accounting Research (Lino Cinquini) - OPTIONAL
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