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Monday 24 April 2017
INTERNATIONAL PH.D. IN MANAGEMENT
CURRICULUM IN: INNOVATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTHCARE
CURRICULUM IN: CHANGE AND COMPLEXITY MANAGEMENT (in collaboration with GSSI)
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Academic Program

Courses Outline I cycle 2007-09 Courses Outline II cycle 2008-10 Courses Outline III cycle 2009-11 Courses Outline IV cycle 2009-11
Courses Outline V cycle 2010-12 Courses Outline VI cycle 2011-13 Courses Outline VII cycle 2012-14 Courses Outline VIII cycle 2013-15
Courses Outline IX cycle 2014-15 Courses Outline X cycle 2015-16 Courses Outline XI cycle 2016-17
Courses Outline IV cycle 2009-10

First semester (October-December 2009) - BASIC courses

  1. Applied Statistics for Social Sciences (Dr. Michela Natilli e Dr. Chiara Seghieri)
  2. L’evoluzione delle metodologie di case analysis nel marketing e nel management (Prof. Guercini)
  3. Research Design (Dr. Elisa Giuliani)
  4. Organization Theory and Information Systems Studies (OTISS) (Prof. Andrea Pontiggia)
  5. Econometrics and statistics (Prof. Giorgio Calzolari e Prof. Laura Neri) - OPTIONAL
  6. Organizational Economics (Prof. Luigi Marengo)
  7. Surviving the PhD: research tools and methods (Dr. Alberto Di Minin)
  8. Management Accounting (Prof. Lino Cinquini)
  9. STATA I (Dr. Nicola Orsini)
  10. Statistical methods for research in social sciences
  11. Industrial Organisation (Prof. Piero Tedeschi)
  12. Economics and Management of services (Prof. Giuseppe Turchetti, Prof. Eleizer Geisler)
  13. Information, Knowledge and Innovation (Prof. Giovanni Dosi)

Second semester (January-July 2010)

  1. Scientific English (Dr. Adrian Wallwork)
  2. Performance and Health Management (Prof. Sabina Nuti)
  3. From Health Economics to International Healthcare Reforms (Prof. Michael Sparer, Prof. Gavino Maciocco, Prof. Sabina Nuti, Dott. Chiara Seghieri, Dott. Paolo Tedeschi) - OPTIONAL
  4. STATA II (Dr. Nicola Orsini)
  5. Summer Schools in different areas


Third semester (October - December 2010) - ADVANCED courses

  1. Management of Innovation and Technology (Prof. Andrea Piccaluga)
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