European Economic Law
2. Objectives (expected learning outcomes)
3. Course content
The European economic law course will be taught in the fall semester and provides a comprehensive overview of the substantive law aspects of the internal market to which a brief analysis of general principles of EC law (supremacy, direct effect, methods of harmonisation, mutual recognition, etc..) is added. The course consists of an analysis of the EC Treaty provisions concerning free movement of goods and persons (services, establishment and workers; including the right to move and reside freely as a citizen of the Union). The course covers also selected topics of European integration. Topics include recent developments in European contract law and emerging principles of European intellectual property law. The idea behind the course is to stimulate an integrated analysis of conflicting and concurring interests of consumers and companies.
4. Teaching method
Direct contact: LecturesSeminars (possible question and answer sessions)
5. Assessment method
Exam: Written, without oral presentationOpen bookOpen questions
6. Compulsory reading – study material
Damian Chalmers, Gareth Davies & Giorgio Monti, European Union Law, Second Edition, 2010, Cambridge University Press, xci + 1116 p.
Cases and materials.
Estimated cost +/- € 40.
7. Recommended reading - study material
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