Master’s degree in Business Administration and Corporate Law

Administrative Law and Territorial Autonomies Law

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Name of lecturer
Paolo Duret
Paolo Duret
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secondo semestre dal Feb 18, 2013 al May 24, 2013.

Lesson timetable

secondo semestre

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Learning outcomes

The course is organized in two parts.

The part dealing with "Administrative Law" focuses on changes taking place in the organization of Italian public administration and its relationships with citizens according to the principle of subsidiarity.

In the part dealing with "Territorial Autonomies Law" the target is to offer to students knowledge and awareness of organization and functions of Regions and local authorities, of their mutual relationships and with the State. These topics gained new and particular relevance after last constitutional reform.

Assessment methods and criteria

The exam will be carried out as oral exam. It is aimed at testing the students knowledge of the basics of the discipline and moreover at checking their capability to tackle, in a critical way, the dynamics of italian public administration, thanks to methodology and principles they must have acquired, and therefore to be able to continue studying independently the more complex topics of administrative law in its changing patterns, with a problem solving approach.

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