Master's degree in International Economics (category 64/S) (until 2008-2009)

Course not running

Competition and EU Market Law

Course code
4S00465
Name of lecturer
Annalisa Ciampi
Number of ECTS credits allocated
5
Academic sector
IUS/14 - EUROPEAN UNION LAW
Language of instruction
Italian
Site
VICENZA
Period
1° sem lez dal Oct 1, 2007 al Dec 21, 2007.

Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

The course outlines the origin and development of the European process integration in the areas covered by the internal market and the competition policy. The main focal point of the first part of the course lies in the basic freedoms regulations (the freedom of movement of goods, services, capital and persons). The second part focuses on the competition regulations addressed to private undertakings (the prohibitions of antitrust agreements and abuse of dominant position provided for under Articles 81 and 81 of the EC Treaty, and the provisions on mergers and acquisitions under Council Regulation No. 139/2204). An overview of procedural rules related to the implementation of EC competition law and its relationship with national competition law will be given.

Syllabus

The teaching method combines lectures with class discussions on case studies on the basis of materials distributed during the course.

Assessment methods and criteria

Students’ preparation will be tested through an oral examination.
Students who attended the course can prepare on the basis of their notes and the distributed materials. Relevant materials will also be available on the web site of the course.
Students who did not attend the course should prepare on the text book: L. PROSPERETTI et al., Economia e diritto antitrust. Un’introduzione, Roma, Carocci editore, 2006, 81-368.

Teaching aids

Documents

Course not running

Competition and EU Market Law

Course code
4S00465
Name of lecturer
Annalisa Ciampi
Number of ECTS credits allocated
5
Academic sector
IUS/14 - EUROPEAN UNION LAW
Language of instruction
Italian
Site
VICENZA
Period
1° sem lez dal Oct 1, 2007 al Dec 21, 2007.

Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

The course outlines the origin and development of the European process integration in the areas covered by the internal market and the competition policy. The main focal point of the first part of the course lies in the basic freedoms regulations (the freedom of movement of goods, services, capital and persons). The second part focuses on the competition regulations addressed to private undertakings (the prohibitions of antitrust agreements and abuse of dominant position provided for under Articles 81 and 81 of the EC Treaty, and the provisions on mergers and acquisitions under Council Regulation No. 139/2204). An overview of procedural rules related to the implementation of EC competition law and its relationship with national competition law will be given.

Syllabus

The teaching method combines lectures with class discussions on case studies on the basis of materials distributed during the course.

Assessment methods and criteria

Students’ preparation will be tested through an oral examination.
Students who attended the course can prepare on the basis of their notes and the distributed materials. Relevant materials will also be available on the web site of the course.
Students who did not attend the course should prepare on the text book: L. PROSPERETTI et al., Economia e diritto antitrust. Un’introduzione, Roma, Carocci editore, 2006, 81-368.

Teaching aids

Documents


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