Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course is aimed at teaching knowledge and understanding of the basic of the economics in urban areas; the student will also learn to apply the acquired knowledge and understanding to identify the needs of territory and to give adequate answers, making judgment and improving communication skills and learning skills.
Course contents summary
The rural development policies and interventions for the landscape, the environment and biodiversity
Marangon F. (2006), Gli interventi paesaggistico-ambientali nelle politiche regionali di sviluppo rurale, Franco Angeli, Milano.
Assessment methods and criteria
The student will have to perform a final oral exam with verification questions that must demonstrate knowledge and ability to understand the topics covered, autonomy of judgment and ability to express opinions on the problems of the sector, have acquired critical knowledge to compare and compare the nature of the underlying problems. This will be verified with a plurality of questions. The student will be able, with the acquired knowledge, to analyze and express opinions on the problems of the sector (Autonomy of judgment). The student will be able to analyze alternative situations and scenarios of the urban economy (communication skills). The student will have the critical knowledge to compare and compare the nature of the problems of the sector in the medium and long term (Learning skills).