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At the end of the course, students will acquire the methodological tools and advanced skills to critically analyze the relationship between the state and the market, with particular reference to the impact in this area of the processes of legal and economic integration of supranational character, and to identify possible solutions to new issues involving the processes of centralization and decentralization legal and economic.
At the end of the course the student:
- will know the characterizing elements of the different models of economic system, as well as the legal institutions on which these models are based
- will have understood the consequences deriving from the different attitude of the relationship between the state and the market;
- will be able to analyze autonomously the interconnections between the legal system and the economic system;
- will also be able to critically analyze the several legal institutions that shape the economic system, in order to assess their coherence with the overall design and their ability to promote the smooth running of the economic system.
The class consists of 36 hours of lectures.
For each lesson, teaching materials will be previously uploaded on the aulaweb platform, which are to be read before the lesson. In this way, the frontal exposition by the teacher is accompanied by moments of discussion and debate in which students can debate among themselves and with the teacher.
The frontal teaching is aimed at providing basic knowledge and at illustrating the main problematic issues that concern the addressed topics. The moments of discussion are instead aimed at stimulating critical learning of students who are asked to develop their own understanding of the individual issues discussed; This understanding starts from the readings provided and the notions conveyed by the teacher and aims to promote in students an independent awareness of the topics in question.
NB: preferably classes are held in traditional format (face-to-face classes); however, should the health situation make it necessary, classes will be held online, according to the instructions that will be provided through the aulaweb platform.
- Object and method of comparative economic law
- The relationship between state and market and the dialectic between centralization and decentralization of allocative decisions
- Economic globalization and supranational legal integration
- The state of legislation and the state of jurisdiction in the face of globalization
- Public consumption and welfare state models
- Services of general economic interest and public services
- Administrative independent authorities
- Competition and market regulation
- Public finance
- The economy of IT platforms
For attending students, readings and other materials will be provided by the teacher through Aulaweb platform;
Non attending students should study G.F. Ferrari (Ed.), Diritto pubblico dell'economia, Milano, Egea, III edition
Office hours: Prof. Mostacci receives students by appointment to be agreed upon by e-mail at email@example.com.
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 will take place in the second semester, starting in February 2022.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The final exam consists of a written test.
The exam text consists of three parts:
- A multiple-choice test of 10 questions
- A second test, consisting of 5 True or False questions.
- An open question, to be answered in an allotted space of approximately 350 words.
The three parts of the written exam aim to test three different types of student abilities.
The multiple-choice test is designed to test knowledge of the course's formative content;
The True or False section consists of five short texts that present issues related to comparative law of economic , whose solution requires the student to use the acquired knowledge in order to analyze the proposed issue.
The open-ended question aims to test the student's ability to critically analyze, from a theoretical point of view, a specific issue of economic law, illustrating its different facets.