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Dalla Scuola Superiore di Commercio alla Facoltà di Economia (1868-1935)

Stefano Coronella    Università degli Studi di Napoli «Parthenope», Italia    

Antonella Sattin    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    



The Venetian University Ca’ Foscari was officially established in 1968 although it roots in the ‘Regia Scuola Superiore di Commercio’ – the Advanced School of Commerce – which was founded exactly a century before. This School was the first of its kind in Italy and among the early ones as well all over the world. Indeed it represented the national reference for the following foundation of similar Institutions in our Country. During the start-up phase, the School of Commerce experienced alternate stages, given the fluctuation of the number of entrants whereas from the end of the 19th century onwards its activity would be strengthened. Henceforth, the impressive academic activity developed both by the Venetian School of Commerce and by other ‘sister-Schools’ – which had been established in the meanwhile – would lead to the ennoblement of Business curricula for University programs, thus reaching its climax with the foundation of the Business Faculties.

23 Ottobre 2018

Keywords: Business SchoolBusiness studiesCa’ FoscariAccounting studiesUniversity of Venice

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