Social economics

Social economics investigates the relationships between the economy and society. It is the study of the ethical and social causes and consequences of economic behavior, institutions, organizations, theory, and policy. With social economy we refer also to the third sector beyond the private (business) and public sectors (government), including organizations such as social enterprises, nonprofit organizations and cooperatives.

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Patrizia Battilani

Full Professor

keywords: economic history, business history, Innovation in cultural tourism
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Flavio Delbono

Full Professor

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Giulio Ecchia

Full Professor

keywords: CSR, Non profit firms, Regulation, Social entrepreneurship, Corporate governance
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Paolo Figini

Associate Professor

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Chiara Natalie Focacci

PhD Student

Teaching tutor

keywords: Labour Law and Economics, Economic History, Social Policy
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Massimo Fornasari

Associate Professor

keywords: credit and banking, literacy and development, corporate finance, fund raising
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Natalia Montinari

Associate Professor

keywords: Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Economia dell'Ambiente e delle Risorse Naturali

Raimondello Orsini

Associate Professor

keywords: experimental economics, ethics and economics, network externalities
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Paolo Vanin

Associate Professor

keywords: Social interactions, Crime economics, Growth, Social capital, Information economics
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Giulio Zanella

Full Professor

keywords: labor economics, social economics, applied econometrics
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Lorenzo Zirulia

Associate Professor

keywords: Industrial Organization, Economics of Innovation, Economics of Science, Networks, Spatial Economics
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