Management and Law

Academic Year 2018-2019

 

Ongoing Cycles: XXXII (A.Y. 2016/19), XXXIII (A.Y. 2017/20) and XXXIV (A.Y. 2018/21)

Coordinator: Prof.ssa Caterina Lucarelli

Department: Management

Curriculum:

1.Business Economics and Management
2. Economic Law

Branch: Ancona

 

Objective


 

The Ph.D. program in Management and Law includes two curricula. The course aims to provide a deeper insight in business and law, by means of an interdisciplinary approach in the first year and the study of more specific subjects in the following years. The curriculum in Business Administration provides students with the tools and skills required for research career in business disciplines, thus enabling them to participate in the international scientific debate among experts. The program offers students the opportunity to develop skills and competencies relevant to today’s globalized business world, preparing them for corporate leadership positions. The Curriculum in Economic Law will be focused on issues such as transparency and disclosure in savings protection, financial intermediation and self-regulation. The program involves the analysis of issues such as conflicts of interest in financial markets and the search for regulatory solutions. The program aims at providing the students with the tools and skills required to conduct scientific investigation and analysis in academies or companies as expert professionals in legal and financial issues.

 

Admission requirements


 

Admission to PhD programs is regulated by a public competition.

To be considered for admissions, applicants must hold a specialization / master's degree or a prior-to-reform master's degree (predating ministerial decree 509/99) or an appropriate qualification obtained from a foreign university, or expect to hold a master's degree by 31 October of the year of publication of the call.

 
 
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Contacts:

Ufficio Dottorato di Ricerca

Via Oberdan, 8 - 60122  Ancona

Tel: +39 071 2202217 - 2202356 - 2202443

Fax: +39  071 2202308
email: dottorato@sm.univpm.it