Scheda programma d'esame
ELEMENTI DI ECONOMIA, ESTIMO E LEGISLAZIONE
MASSIMO ROVAI
Anno accademico2016/17
CdSINGEGNERIA CIVILE AMBIENTALE E EDILE
Codice001NI
CFU9
PeriodoAnnuale

ModuliSettoreTipoOreDocente/i
ELEMENTI DI ECONOMIA, ESTIMOICAR/22LEZIONI60
MASSIMO ROVAI unimap
LEGISLAZIONEIUS/10LEZIONI30
RAFFAELLO CECCHETTI unimap
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Learning outcomes
Knowledge

To enable students: - to explore elements of economic theory and its application to the property and construction sector; - to examine and be able to apply Quantity Surveying methods and techniques, with an emphasis on preliminary design and detailed design phases of projects; - to estimate the value of a building; - to develop an understanding of the legal context in wich the construction and property industry operates;

To enable students: - to explore elements of economic theory and its application to the property and construction sector; - to examine and be able to apply Quantity Surveying methods and techniques, with an emphasis on preliminary design and detailed design phases of projects; - to estimate the value of a building; - to develop an understanding of the legal context in wich the construction and property industry operates;

Assessment criteria of knowledge

- In the written exam (3 hours, response to 6 questions), the student must demonstrate his/her knowledge of the course material and to organise an effective and correctly written reply. - With the written report and/or the oral presentation, to be made to the teacher and the other students, the student must demonstrate the ability to approach a circumscribed research problem, and organise an effective exposition of the results.

Methods:

  • Final written exam
  • Oral report
  • Written report

- In the written exam (3 hours, response to 6 questions), the student must demonstrate his/her knowledge of the course material and to organise an effective and correctly written reply. - With the written report and/or the oral presentation, to be made to the teacher and the other students, the student must demonstrate the ability to approach a circumscribed research problem, and organise an effective exposition of the results.

Methods:

  • Final written exam
  • Oral report
  • Written report

 

Teaching methods

Delivery: face to face

Learning activities:

  • attending lectures
  • preparation of oral/written report
  • group work

Attendance: Advised

Teaching methods:

  • Lectures
  • Task-based learning/problem-based learning/inquiry-based learning
  • project work

Delivery: face to face

Attendance: Advised

Learning activities:

  • attending lectures
  • preparation of oral/written report
  • group work

 

Teaching methods:

  • Lectures
  • Task-based learning/problem-based learning/inquiry-based learning
  • project work

 

Syllabus

Economic theory: Allocation of resources; Demand and supply and elasticity; Market structure, strengths and limitations. The economy of the construction and property sector: Economic impacts of the construction market; Policy impacts on the construction market; Interest rates and property and construction; Pricing mechanisms in property and construction. Measurement: The theory of measurement; Traditional measuring techniques; Abstracting measuring techniques. Accuracy in estimating: Accuracy in the context of project phases; Consequences of inaccurate estimation. Cost analysis and estimating practice: Cost analyses of existing projects; Data sources; Data validation; Cost price indexes. Legal system in Itaky: origins and development; judicial structures, contractual obbligation; process of compulsoty acquisition of property. use af land, planning law.

Economic theory: Allocation of resources; Demand and supply and elasticity; Market structure, strengths and limitations. The economy of the construction and property sector: Economic impacts of the construction market; Policy impacts on the construction market; Interest rates and property and construction; Pricing mechanisms in property and construction. Measurement: The theory of measurement; Traditional measuring techniques; Abstracting measuring techniques. Accuracy in estimating: Accuracy in the context of project phases; Consequences of inaccurate estimation. Cost analysis and estimating practice: Cost analyses of existing projects; Data sources; Data validation; Cost price indexes. Legal system in Itaky: origins and development; judicial structures, contractual obbligation; process of compulsoty acquisition of property. use af land, planning law.

Bibliography

Topics of the course can be developed: • with the aid of the notes taken during lectures; • with slides that will be made available on a web site. Recommended bibliography: P. Samuelson, W.D. Nordhaus “Economia – XVII edizione” ed. Zanichelli, 2002 M. Simonotti “La Stima Immobiliare” ed. UTET G. Bellandi “Economia e gestione dell’impresa” ed. UTET1, 1993 D. Franchi, G.C. Ragagnin “Economia ed Estimo” ed. Bulgarini A. Propersi “Le imprese edili” ed. Il Sole 24 Ore Grillenzoni M., “Estimo: teoria, procedure di valutazione e casi applicativi” ed. Edagricole, 1995 R. Cecchetti, Diritto e Territorio. Le attività dei privati e della Pubblica Amministrazione, Pisa, Pisa University Press, 2013.

Topics of the course can be developed: • with the aid of the notes taken during lectures; • with slides that will be made available on a web site. Recommended bibliography: P. Samuelson, W.D. Nordhaus “Economia – XVII edizione” ed. Zanichelli, 2002 M. Simonotti “La Stima Immobiliare” ed. UTET G. Bellandi “Economia e gestione dell’impresa” ed. UTET1, 1993 D. Franchi, G.C. Ragagnin “Economia ed Estimo” ed. Bulgarini A. Propersi “Le imprese edili” ed. Il Sole 24 Ore Grillenzoni M., “Estimo: teoria, procedure di valutazione e casi applicativi” ed. Edagricole, 1995 R. Cecchetti, Diritto e Territorio. Le attività dei privati e della Pubblica Amministrazione, Pisa, Pisa University Press, 2013.

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