|CREDITS||6 credits during the 2nd year of 8772 ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC POLICIES (LM-63) GENOVA|
|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||IUS/14|
|TEACHING LOCATION||GENOVA (ADMINISTRATION AND PUBLIC POLICIES)|
|MODULES||This unit is a module of:|
At the end of the course, students will acquire the methodological tools and advanced skills of European-derived substantive law, knowledge and understanding of horizontal and vertical decision-making processes in the field of the internal market and the economy, will be able to understand and analyse current legal issues in European economic law, and will be able to independently develop possible solutions to open questions.
Attendance and active participation will enable the student to:
(i) take up the essential features of the European Union's legal system (institutions, competences, sources, relations with domestic law);
(ii) identify the European legal sources capable of affecting the regulation of economic relations;
(iii) identify the principles underlying the European economic Constitution;
(iv) to understand how the "multilevel" regulation of these relations affects economic law, identifying the relationship between the rules aimed at affecting the same matter and the correct approach to possible antinomies;
(v) learn to critically analyse EU legal and case-law material.
Lectures are supplemented by the analysis of regulatory and case law material, with the aid of documentation made available on AulaWeb.
Lessons are also transmitted via Teams platform; the code to access the class is ipc8h1w.
1 - La Costituzione economica europea
2 - La libera circolazione delle merci
3 - La libera circolazione delle persone e dei servizi
4 - La libera circolazione dei capitali
5 - La politica commerciale comune
6 - La concorrenza
7 - Gli appalti pubblici
8 - L'Unione economica e monetaria
Con riguardo a ciascuno dei temi menzionati, una particolare attenzione sarà dedicata ai rapporti tra UE e Regno Unito a valle della cd. Brexit.
STUDENTS ATTENDING LECTURES
The exam for students attending will focus on the content of the lectures, to be integrated with the didactic material (regulatory tools and national and EU case law) made available on the AulaWeb portal.
The reference textbook is in any case G. Contaldi, Diritto europeo dell'economia, Torino, Giappichelli, 2019 (limited to the topics covered in the lectures).
G. Contaldi, Diritto europeo dell'economia, Torino, Giappichelli, 2019, in full (about 340 pp.).
Office hours: Until the end of the COVID-19 restrictions, office hours take place on Teams platform upon request (via email).
FRANCESCO PESCE (President)
EDMONDO MOSTACCI (President Substitute)
LAURA CARPANETO (Substitute)
MARIA ELENA DE MAESTRI (Substitute)
FRANCESCA MAOLI (Substitute)
ILARIA QUEIROLO (Substitute)
LUIGI TESTA (Substitute)
Classes (2 meetings per week) will start on Wednesday 16 February 2022 and will follow the calendar published on EasyAcademy.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The examination is oral and consists, in principle and without prejudice to the need for further study, of three questions on different parts of the programme.
Students attending class lectures also have the possibility to replace the oral examination with a final written examination, which is carried out in the manner that will be clarified in the course of the lessons, according to the current health regulations.
The purpose of the interview is to ascertain whether the candidate has acquired an advanced knowledge of the legal system of the European Union and an in-depth knowledge of the Union's economic policies. It also tests the candidate's command of technical terminology.