- Assessment methods
- Learning objectives
- Teaching methods
To know how economics affect on society and individual (about money, work, consumption, welfare, network).
Introduction about economic sociology.
Society or community.
The modern capitalistic economy.
Adam Smith and Karl Marx: from use value to exchange value.
Hobbes, Rousseau, Marx, Comte, Weber, Luhmann.
M. Foucault: biopolitics, capitalism and the homo oeconomicus.
The money ‘philosophy’ (G.Simmel).
Economy, religion and capitalism (M. Weber).
Capitalism as a religion (Benjamin).
From fordism to network.
Technics and capitalism (G. Anders).
The heavy modernity and the liquid modernity (Z. Bauman).
The Great Transformation (Polanyi).
New deal, Beveridge, neoliberism. The welfare state.
Ordoliberalism and neoliberism.
Globalization and the crisis of 2007.
Globalization and the new work organization.
The consumption society.
The mass society.
Network economy and society.
Time and economy.
Economy, society, democracy or oligarchy.
L. Demichelis, 'Sociologia della tecnica e del capitalismo', FrancoAngeli, 2017.
S. Rodotà, 'Solidarietà', Laterza, 2014.
Lessons with discussion.