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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 VII cycle 2012-13

First Semester (October-December 2012)
  1. Applied statistics for social science (Chiara Seghieri)
  2. Skills and Tools for Entrepreneurship and Technology Management (Andrea Piccaluga and Alberto Di Minin)
  3. Performance, evidence, and improvement in health services (Prof. Adalsteinn Brown) - Optional
  4. Scientific English for Researchers in Management (Adrian Wallwork)
  5. Case analysis methodologies in marketing and management (Simone Guercini)
  6. Study tour in India - Optional
  7. Descriptive multivariate statistical techniques (GEM, D. Ray) - Optional
  8. Publishing your first year paper (GEM, V. Mangematin) - Optional
  9. Mathematics for Social Science (optional, at LEM)
  10. Statistics and Econometrics (optional, at LEM)
  11. Microeconomics (optional, at LEM)
Second Semester (January-July 2013)
  1. Working with Stata (Nicola Orsini)
  2. Research design, methodology and tools (Bart Van Looy)
  3. Sustainability Management (Marco Frey, Fabio Iraldo)
  4. Performance and health management (Sabina Nuti, Milena Vainieri)
  5. Surviving the Phd: research tools and methods (Alberto Di Minin)
  6. Management accounting for services (Lino Cinquini, Andrea Tenucci)
  7. Action-research: Researchers or Consultants? (Nicola Bellini)
  8. Introduction to the political economy of regional economic development: critical issues (Nicola Bellini) (optional)
  9. Case writing and case teaching (Volker Franke) (optional) (PhD in Politics)
  10. How social conflicts are dealt with in PRC (Zheng Guangmiao) (optional) (PhD in Politics)
  11. Summer schools in research methodology at UniversitÓ della Calabria (JUly 15 - September 13)
  12. Phd meeting in Volterra (19-21 giugno 2013)
  13. Network analysis (GEM, B. Chollet) - Optional
  14. Meta Analysis (GEM, D. Gotteland) - Optional
  15. Econometrics (GEM, J. Schleich) - Optional
  16. PhD seminar on Open Innovation at Esade, 7-8 January
Third semester (September - December 2013)
  1. Applied statistics for social science (Chiara Seghieri)
  2. Skills and Tools for Entrepreneurship and Technology Management (Andrea Piccaluga and Alberto Di Minin)
  3. Scientific English for Researchers in Management (Adrian Wallwork)
  4. Case analysis methodologies in marketing and management (Simone Guercini)
  5. Study tour in China - Aug 29-Sep 10 (oprional)
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