Members of the Department are involved in the two macro research fields of ‘Economics and Business Administration’ and of ‘Law’.

The macro field of ‘Economics and Business Administration’ includes: management, banking and finance, business administration, public and industrial economics. Research in this macro area is concerned with: evaluation of corporate strategies, corporate governance and performance, evaluation of tourism and cultural heritage; management of energy and mining activity, consumer behavior, services, innovation, economics and industrial politics, management of finance intermediaries and finance regulation.

The law and jurisdiction macro field focuses on themes associated with market and economics regulation from both the private and public law perspectives. Main research themes are consumption and market regulation, competition, communication, social entreprises, public contracts, international commerce discipline, private security, innovation technology.