Insegnamento
INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION LAW: SUPRANATIONAL REGULATION, ENFORCEMENT AND JUDICIAL PROTECTION
GIP6074817, A.A. 2016/17

Principali informazioni sull'insegnamento
Corso di studio Laurea magistrale ciclo unico 5 anni in
GIURISPRUDENZA (Ord. 2014)
GI0270, ordinamento 2014/15, A.A. 2016/17
1143409
Curriculum GENERICO - SEDE DI TREVISO [999TV]
Crediti formativi 6.0
Denominazione inglese INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION LAW: SUPRANATIONAL REGULATION, ENFORCEMENT AND JUDICIAL PROTECTION
Sito della struttura didattica http://www.giurisprudenza.unipd.it
Dipartimento di riferimento Dipartimento di Diritto Pubblico, Internazionale e Comunitario
Sito E-Learning https://elearning.unipd.it/giurisprudenza/course/view.php?idnumber=2016-GI0270-999TV-2016-GIP6074817-N0
Obbligo di frequenza No
Lingua di erogazione INGLESE
Sede TREVISO

Docenti
Responsabile BERNARDO CORTESE IUS/13

Mutuazioni

Dettaglio crediti formativi
Tipologia Ambito Disciplinare Settore Scientifico-Disciplinare Crediti
AFFINI O INTEGRATIVE D.M.270/04 Attività formative in ambiti disciplinari affini o integrativi a quelli di base e caratterizzanti, anche con riguardo alle culture di contesto e alla formazione interdisciplinare IUS/13 6.0

Modalità di erogazione
Periodo di erogazione Secondo semestre
Anno di corso I Anno
Modalità di erogazione frontale

Organizzazione della didattica
Tipo ore Crediti Ore di
Corso
Ore Studio
Individuale
Turni
LEZIONE 6.0 48 102.0 Nessun turno

Calendario
Inizio attività didattiche 27/02/2017
Fine attività didattiche 09/06/2017

Commissioni d'esame
Commissione Dal Al Membri
2 A.A. 2017/18 sede di Treviso 02/10/2017 30/09/2018 CORTESE BERNARDO (Presidente)
BAREL BRUNO (Membro Effettivo)
ROSANO' ALESSANDRO (Membro Effettivo)
1 A.A. 2016/17 sede di Treviso 03/10/2016 30/09/2017 CORTESE BERNARDO (Presidente)
BAREL BRUNO (Membro Effettivo)
ROSANO' ALESSANDRO (Membro Effettivo)

Syllabus
Prerequisiti: E' propedeutico l'esame di Diritto internazionale.

E' fortemente consigliato aver studiato l'esame di Diritto dell'Unione europea e quello di Diritto internazionale.
E' essenziale la conoscenza dell'Inglese. Il corso si tiene in lingua inglese e richiede l'attiva partecipazione dei frequentanti
E' fortemente consigliata la frequenza della didattica di sostegno tenuta da docente madrelingua
Conoscenze e abilita' da acquisire: The course intends to give participants the tools to understand the main features of International and EU rules on Competition Law, including the rules on decentralized Application of EU Competition Law at National level.
The course, supplemented by collateral teaching activities held by a mother tongue specialist in legal English, will as a matter of fact help students in mastering legal terminology of both EU and International Trade Law
Participants will gain the capability of applying legal principles studied in the actual case solving activity of an international and EU lawyer
Modalita' di esame: Oral exam
Students actually attending classes will be required to discuss of the readings assigned during the course.
Students not taking part in the classes will be required to discuss the articles and materials collected
B. Cortese, EU Competition Law. Between Public and Private Enforcement, Kluwer Law International, 2013
Moreover, for international competition law, students should read and discuss
M. Bode / ., Budzinski, Competing Ways Towards International Antitrust: the WTO versus the ICN, http://www.wiwi.uni-marburg.de/Lehrstuehle/VWL/WIPOL/Fodiskp.htm
and
E. Fox, The WTO First Antitrust Case - Mexican Telecom, Journal of International Economic Law 2006, 271-292
Bartók, C. and S. Miroudot (2008), “The Interaction amongst Trade, Investment and Competition Policies”, OECD Trade Policy Papers, No. 60, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/241467172568
Criteri di valutazione: Students are expected to understand how different systems of norms interact in setting up the regime of modern competition law
Students are moreover required to deal with case law, and to understand how international and EU legal texts are applied in the case in this particular field of law
Students are moreover required to explain and discuss with other students and with the teacher the texts assigned as readings
Contenuti: A. EU Competition Law, between public an private enforcement
B. WTO (sparse) rules affecting competition law
C. International cooperation in competition law issues
D. Competition Law in Bilateral Investment Treaties and Regional Trade Agreeements
Attivita' di apprendimento previste e metodologie di insegnamento: Participants will be asked to prepare classes by reading some materials assigned to them week by week, via the e-learning site of the course (to be found in elearning.unipd.it/giurisprudenza). Students will be required to actively participate in the discussion of the readings assigned during the course. Active participation is therefore a prerequisite for successfully attending the classes.
Students not taking part in the classes will be required to discuss the articles and materials collected in
B. Cortese, EU Competition Law. Between Public and Private Enforcement, Kluwer Law International, 2013
Moreover, for international competition law, students should read and discuss
M. Bode / ., Budzinski, Competing Ways Towards International Antitrust: the WTO versus the ICN, http://www.wiwi.uni-marburg.de/Lehrstuehle/VWL/WIPOL/Fodiskp.htm
and
E. Fox, The WTO First Antitrust Case - Mexican Telecom, Journal of International Economic Law 2006, 271-292
Bartók, C. and S. Miroudot (2008), “The Interaction amongst Trade, Investment and Competition Policies”, OECD Trade Policy Papers, No. 60, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/241467172568
Eventuali indicazioni sui materiali di studio: Readings will be assigned through the e-learning site of the course (to be found in elearning.unipd.it/giurisprudenza)
Students not taking part in the classes will be required to discuss the articles and materials collected in
B. Cortese, EU Competition Law. Between Public and Private Enforcement, Kluwer Law International, 2013
Moreover, for international competition law, students should read and discuss
M. Bode / ., Budzinski, Competing Ways Towards International Antitrust: the WTO versus the ICN, http://www.wiwi.uni-marburg.de/Lehrstuehle/VWL/WIPOL/Fodiskp.htm
and
E. Fox, The WTO First Antitrust Case - Mexican Telecom, Journal of International Economic Law 2006, 271-292
Bartók, C. and S. Miroudot (2008), “The Interaction amongst Trade, Investment and Competition Policies”, OECD Trade Policy Papers, No. 60, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/241467172568
Testi di riferimento:
  • B. Cortese, EU Competition Law. Between Public and Private Enforcement. Aalphen an den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014. Cerca nel catalogo