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None Target skills and knowledge: The course aims to give students basic knowledge of economics to develop skills to analyze the behavior of economic systems, economic subjects and the market. The course provides knowledge of the market economy, macroeconomics and microeconomics.

The study of the market economy gives begb to understand the the market economy but also the market failures. The macroeconomic analysis aims to explain economiq main economic phenomena such as the measurement of wealth, money systems, the central bank and the bank system, inflation fixcher government expenditure. The microeconomic analysis aims to evaluate the behavior of consumers, producers and the market with the intent to understand the mechanisms that regulate the choices of the main economic operators with specific reference to the problems of food products.


The lectures are accomplished by exercises and the presentation of case studies of the agro-food and environmental sectors.

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Written examination with optional oral examination. The exam will consist of open question, multiple choice questions and numeric exercises. Ability to recognize the market economic features and failures. Ability to recognize main macroeconomic phenomena, the money system, the bank system, the inflation and public expenditure.

Ability to evaluate the factors affecting consumption. Ability to measure consumer welfare. Ability to forecast trends in food consumption Ability to evaluate the production of agri-food firms.

Ability to evaluate the profitability of firms ceonomia the market. Ability to recognize markets and market equilibria. The rationality of choices. Positive and normative economics. The scientific method in economics.

Public goods, private goods, club goods, commons and externalities. Adverse selection and moral hazard. Exercise on adverse selection in food markets. Total and marginal utility, indifference curves, budget constraint and consumer equilibrium.

Income and substitution effect. Exercise on consumer equilibrium. The consumer demand and its elasticity. Engel’s law and food consumption.

Discrete and point fischsr. Exercise on elasticity revenue and income. Law of diminishing marginal returns. The stages of production. Exercises on the production function.


Analysis of short term production costs. Short and long term costs. Entry and shut down price. Exercise on costs, profit, entry and shut down price. Perfect and imperfect markets. Perfect competition markets and contestable markets. The monopoly and the behavior of the monopolist.

Oligopoly and game theory. The market of monopolistic competition. Exercise on fixing the market equilibrium. GDP and measurement begf well-being. Money and monetary systems.

The central bank and the bank system. Elements of public and private finance. Employment and economiz trade. The public administration, the tax burden and public debt. Planned learning activities and teaching methods: Teaching material updated and made available on the Moodle platform Suggested books: Principi, strumenti e applicazioni. Pearson Education Italia, Gregory; Taylor, Mark P.

Gregory Mankiw, Mark P. First cycle degree courses. Single cycle degree courses. School of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. Planned learning activities and teaching methods:.

Textbooks and optional supplementary readings.