Law (Advanced) + Corporate Governance – 9 cfu

LAW (ADVANCED) 

Prof. QUATTROCCHIO

quattrocchio@econ.unito.it

Program
The program includes the followings subjets:

  1. Functions of European Company Law
  2. Structures and Members’ Participation Rights in Public Limited Companies
  3. Law on Primary Markets (Issuing and Listing Shares and Bonds)
  4. Law on Secondary Markets (Trading Shares and Bonds)
  5. Secondary Establishment and Transfer of Seat
  6. Merger and Division of Public Limited Companies
  7. Takeovers of Public Limited Companies and Groups of Companies
  8. Supranational Types of Company
  9. Winding-Up and Insolvency.

Other Informations

The examination will be oral.
There will be a forum on the university site, which will contain training documents and informations on the course.

Book
Lecture notes arranged by the professor.

June 15th: Lecture by prof. Thévenard from Universitè de la Sorbonne – France. Title: The American welfare state. Characteristics and historical evolution (2h) and Lecture by prof Cohén – Cheminet from Universitè de la Sorbonne – France. Title: Cultures and Business Organizations in Visual Contexts (3H)

June 16th: Lecture by prof. Thévenard from Universitè de la Sorbonne – France. Title: The US health care system and the debate over health care reform. (3h) and Lecture by prof Cohén – Cheminet from Universitè de la Sorbonne – France. Title: Managing the Overseas Assignment (2H)

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Prof. COLLINS from University of Washington USA

Topic: Technology and Innovation Management

This course examines the management of technology and innovation from the perspective of senior & mid-level managers. Students will be introduced to

proven analytical frameworks and tools for managing technology and innovation to meet strategic goals and objectives. Course learning goals

include understanding the nature of innovation – sustaining and disruptive, how to build your organization’s capabilities for conducting fast, effective

innovation and how to find innovative solutions that create and sustain successful growth.”

Readings will be provided by the professor