Master's degree in Marketing and Communication (until 2008-2009)

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European Union Law: on Information and Information Technology

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Name of lecturer
Annalisa Ciampi
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Primo semestre dal Oct 1, 2008 al Dec 20, 2008.

Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

The course will touch upon the structures of the European Union (EU), the basic freedoms (of circulation of goods, services, capitals and persons) as core matter of the single market. It will then concentrate on the study of EU competition law and policy, with a special focus on rules addressed to private undertakings. A substantial part of the course will be devoted to the examination of cases.


The course is taught entirely in English. Classes will be devoted to the direct examination of relevant legal instruments and the discussion of cases and legal issues arising in relation thereto.

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 materials which will be nade available on the course web site. Their exam will be conducted in English.
Students who did not attend the course should prepare on the basis of the following textbook: L. PROSPERETTI et al., Economia e diritto antitrust. Un'introduzione, Roma, Carocci editore, 2006, 17-280 and 339-368. They will take their exam in Italian.

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