New Economic Reality
- Study programme and level:The joint doctoral study programme Governance and Economics in the Public Sector (third cycle)
- 2nd year
- Course type: Elective course
- Lectures: 20
- Seminar: 20
- Other forms of study: 20
- Individual work: 90
- Lecturer: Dragomir Sundač, PhD
1. Objectives and competences
- Understand the economic reality that induces the changes in economic science.
- Students will be capacitated to understand the economic processes that have not yet been described and defined by economic science.
2. Content (Syllabus outline)
- New economic reality
- Economic science under the influence of new economic reality
- Globalization as antiglobalization
- Violence economy
- Changes in companies under the influence of new business environment
- World development problems: hunger, population growth and environment preservation
- Alternative: global eco-social market economy
- Perspectives: economic interdependency and national competitiveness
- Rupnik, V., Sundać, D. (2005), Dominacija kapitala – klopka čovječanstvu, Rijeka: IBCC.
- Sundać, D. (1992), Prilozi za novu ekonomsku znanost, Rijeka: Sveučilište u Rijeci.
- Škalamera-Alilović, D., Đerđa, D. (2011), Impact of political power on financial crises, Opatija, Economic integrations, competition and cooperation, Conference proceedings
4. Intended learning outcomes
Students sill acquire capacity to form a critical and argumented scientific judgement on contemporary global economic processes.
5. Learning and teaching methods
- Lectures in interactive relations with students
- Seminars that cover individuall topics with active involvement of all students
- Case analyses: theory and practice
- Individual student activities in researching new economic reality
Preparation of research paper (critical approach) on agreed topic, and oral presentation of paper 100%