The Department of Business and Law (sectoral breakdown) was formed through the merger of the Department of Business and Social Studies and the Department of Economic Law.
In line with the Bologna Declaration (19 June 1999), the University recognizes that the triple function of providers of the highest levels of education, advanced research and cutting-edge innovation, the DSAG intends to play an active role in the construction of the third mission university, represented by the use of the potential of universities to support in raising competitiveness in the knowledge economy and the socio-economic and environmental impact of a given area.
In this perspective, the research lines of the sectoral breakdown breaks down as follows:
1) Area business economics:
analysis of the principles and tools of management and control, with reference to the economic and business implications of the innovations that involve both private sector companies and public administration. In this area of research are also part and the analysis of the relations between regulation and accounting. The themes that define these areas of study were examined with particular attention to their profiles cultural, social and institutional;
analysis of the financial function of the company;
analysis of markets and financial intermediaries, non-bank bank, with reference to the services offered function-oriented monetary, credit and banking. The research is aimed at analyzing the processes of their businesses, the risks assumed and the logic of financial regulation, markets and financial instruments traded;
development of innovative and original for the creation of a new entrepreneurship;
study of issues related to marketing;
analysis and development of quantitative models to support business decisions.
2) Legal Area:
of particular importance is the research carried out in relevant sectors of economic law: they are addressed, including by using the method of economic analysis of law, the problems of commercial law and business, labor law public and private sectors, the antitrust law consumer law. The analysis of contract law, even in a European perspective, is conducted taking into account the needs of the market and changes in the regulatory system.
the attention of the Law also focuses on new processes of globalization legal point of view both of the impact on different areas of international law and ordering the circulation of models, trying to develop appropriate methods to deal with this complex transformation. In this context, an important area for research is relevant to the issues of sustainable development, climate, Energy and Environmental Law. In this context, the analysis is carried out in two directions. On the one hand, focuses on the identification and optimization of models of sustainable development for the public sector, at both central and decentralized. On the other hand, the focus of the activity is focused on reflections on business arising from the implementation of the legislation International, European and national level in the field of sustainable development, environmental protection and the promotion of renewable energy and energy efficiency.
a further area of research is constituted by the dynamics of federalization, regionalization, development of local self-addressed at the national level and compared, with attention to the impact on the efficiency of the public sector, on the guarantee of rights, on the stabilization of democracy.
care and constant efforts are also recognized in the administrative law and tax law.
analysis of the issues related to the person in the perspective of bio-law.