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Grao en Xestión Industrial da Moda
  Principles of Economics: Fashion Industry
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Identifying Data 2020/21
Subject (*) Principles of Economics: Fashion Industry Code 710G03003
Study programme
Grao en Xestión Industrial da Moda
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Graduate 1st four-month period
First Basic training 6
Teaching method Face-to-face
Department Análise Económica e Administración de Empresas
Varela Candamio, Laura
Varela Candamio, Laura
General description To know the basic foundations of the most relevant economic issues, both in microeconomic and macroeconomic aspects. The study of the fundamental concepts, instruments and principles of economics allows us to understand the economic decisions of citizens in their different roles as consumers, investors, voters, employers / employees, entrepreneurs, etc. The development of this matter is ultimately designed to understand the fashion industry and to apply what has been learned about the operation of markets (companies and customers) and the analysis of business competition to the issues and problems of this industry.
Contingency plan 1. Modifications to the contents No changes will be made 2. Methodologies * Teaching methodologies that are maintained - Maxistral session (it will take place virtually, preferably through Teams) * Teaching methodologies that are modified No changes will be made 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students - Email: Daily. Used to make inquiries, request virtual meetings to answer questions and monitor collaborative learning. - Moodle: Daily. According to the needs of the students. They have “forums” (the inclusion of thematic forums associated with each module of the subject will be considered), to formulate the necessary queries. "Specific activity forums" may also be proposed to develop "Collaborative Learning", through which the development of theoretical content for the subject is put into practice. - Teams: weekly sessions in large groups for the advancement of the theoretical contents and of the supervised works in the time slot assigned to the subject in the faculty classroom calendar. In their case, weekly sessions (as students demand) in a small group (up to 6 people), for follow-up and support in carrying out “collaborative learning”. This dynamic allows a standardized monitoring adjusted to the learning needs of the students to develop the work of the subject. 4. Modifications in the evaluation No changes will be made * Evaluation observations: The same ones that appear in the teaching guide are maintained, except that: The minimum requirement of 2 points out of 4 in the mixed test (final exam) is eliminated so that the students who fail this test will not appear in “actas” with the grade obtained in this exam but with the sum of all the qualifications obtained in each of the parts under evaluation. REQUIREMENTS TO PASS THE SUBJECT: a) Attend and participate regularly in collaborative learning class activities. b) Obtain a minimum total score of 50% of the total activities under evaluation. d) The second opportunity will be subject to the same criteria as the first opportunity. 5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy No changes will be made. Students already have all the materials digitally in Moodle.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.
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