ESF:DXV_PUEC Public economics - Course Information
DXV_PUEC Public economicsFaculty of Economics and Administration
- Extent and Intensity
- 24/0/0. 12 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
- doc. JUDr. Ivan Malý, CSc. (lecturer)
prof. Ing. Juraj Nemec, CSc. (lecturer)
Tommaso Reggiani, PhD (lecturer)
prof. Mgr. Jiří Špalek, Ph.D. (lecturer)
- Guaranteed by
- prof. Ing. Juraj Nemec, CSc.
Department of Public Economics - Faculty of Economics and Administration
Supplier department: Department of Public Economics - Faculty of Economics and Administration
- Thu 28. 2. 14:00–17:30 S307, Thu 11. 4. 9:00–13:00 S313, Fri 24. 5. 13:00–14:30 S307, Fri 31. 5. 11:00–12:30 S309, Wed 19. 6. 13:00–14:30 S307
- Elementary knowledge of the principles of the economic theory.
- Course Enrolment Limitations
- The course is only offered to the students of the study fields the course is directly associated with.
- fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
- Economics (Eng.) (programme ESF, D-EKT4) (2)
- Economics (programme ESF, D-EKT4) (2)
- Finance (Eng.) (programme ESF, D-FU4) (2)
- Finance (programme ESF, D-FU4) (2)
- Finance (Ger.) (programme ESF, D-FU4) (2)
- Economic Policy (Eng.) (programme ESF, D-HPS4) (2)
- Economic Policy (programme ESF, D-HPS4) (2)
- Business Economy and Management (Eng.) (programme ESF, D-EKM4) (2)
- Business Economy and Management (programme ESF, D-EKM4) (2)
- Public Economics (Eng.) (programme ESF, D-HPS4) (2)
- Public Economics (programme ESF, D-HPS4) (2)
- Course objectives
- At the end of the course students understand deeper a wide scale of approaches to key Public Economics concepts and questions. The students must fully and in depth understand public economics issues connected with the topic and objectives of their doctoral theses.
- Learning outcomes
- After finishing this course the student will have capacity:
- to understand different approaches on the socio-economic role of the state in modern society;
- to know and to understand all relevant modern public economics literature on the topic of dissertation.
- 1. Introduction. Compulsion and non-profitness. Economic role of the Government. Governance. Bureaucracy. Evaluation of all these core aspects from the point of view of different economic theories.
- 2. Efficiency in the Public Sector. Public private mix.
- 3. Redistribution systems theory - prospective development of the Game theory.
- 4. Second best - concept, approaches. Setting goals and preferences. Public Interest.
- 5. Modern approaches to the public sector.
- required literature
- BROWN, C.V., JACKSON, P.M.: Public Sector Economics. 4th ed., Basil Blackwell, 1990, ISBN 0-631-16207-0
- BUCHANAN, J.M.: Public Finance in Democratic Process. The University of North Carolina Press, 1967, 1987.
- ROTHBARD, Murray N.: Power and Market: Government and the Economy. Sheed Andrews and McMeel; 2nd edition (September 1977). ISBN: 978-0836207514
- recommended literature
- VON MISES, L.: Bureaucracy. Libertarian Press. 1996. ISBN 978-0910884341
- not specified
- BAILEY, J. S. Public Sector Economics. Second Edition. New York: Palgrave, 2002. 450 p. ISBN 0-333-92953-5.
- ROTHBARD, Murray N.: Man, Economy, and State. Ludwig Von Mises Inst. 1 edition (June 15, 1993). ISBN: 978-0945466321
- Teaching methods
- Active participation is required: class discussions, argumentations exercises,extensive readings, e.t.c. Topics for essays are selected according their relevance from the point of view of progranmme and the contents of PhD theses.
- Assessment methods
- Written examination - essay. A set of self made abstracts from study literature is required.
- Language of instruction
- Further Comments
- Study Materials
The course is taught annually.