Diritto dell’UE per l’impresa (L.M.)

Diritto dell’UE per l’impresa (L.M.)

lauree magistrali di nuova attivazione DM270/04

Professore: Fabio Bassan

SCHEDA DELL’INSEGNAMENTO

Tipologia di insegnamento
SSD   (IUS-14)
Lingua  Italiano
Cfu/ECTS 9
Anno di corso  2
Semestre  1
Ore di attività frontale
Ore di studio individuale
Propedeuticità 
Pagina web

Obiettivi del corso

Il corso si propone di fornire un quadro complessivo del diritto della concorrenza nell’ordinamento comunitario e nei rapporti con l’ordinamento interno. La metodologia seguita si fonda sul criterio deduttivo; si parte dunque dalla casistica comunitaria per ricostruire i principi generali del diritto della concorrenza. Le lezioni in aula prevedono una partecipazione attiva dello studente, in alcuni casi chiamato a svolgere approfondimenti in appositi gruppi di lavoro.

Programma

1. Introduction to Competition Law: the function of competition law, sources of competition law, European law influences, the institutions for enforcement.
2. EC Competition Law and Policy: Article 81 elements of an infringement and application: undertakings; agreements, decisions and concerted practices, the object or effect of preventing, restricting or distorting competition, agreements failings outside Article81, effect on inter-state trade; de minimis doctrine. Article 81: individual and block exemptions.
3. EC Competition Law and Policy: Article 82 elements of an infringement and application; undertakings; effect on inter-state trade; dominant position-relevant product market, geographical market, temporal market; abuse.
4. Enforcement of Article 81 and 82.
5. European Competition Law and public enterprises
6. Horizontal and Vertical Restraints, Oligopoly and Price Discrimination: examples of anti-competitive practices.
7. Intellectual Property: horizontal and vertical agreements, anti-monopoly control, UK and EC law.
8. Control of Mergers: UK and EC law. 9. European Competition Law and State members Competition Law
In seguito, le lezioni si focalizzeranno sulle istituzioni internazionali per la gestione dell’economia, analizzando le Nazioni Unite e la promozione del progresso economico sociale, le organizzazioni e gli strumenti giuridici internazionali per la cooperazione economica degli Stati. Costituiranno oggetto di approfondita analisi l’Organizzazione mondiale del commercio, il Fondo monetario internazionale, il gruppo della Banca Mondiale, la Banca dei regolamenti internazionali.

Metodo di valutazione

Date esami

Orario lezioni

AVVISI

Testi

Students can choose one of the following books:

Jones, A. and Sufrin,B. (2007) 3rd ed. EC Competition Law, Oxford University Press.
Korah,V. (2007), An Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law and Practice, Hart Publishing.
Rodger, B & MacCulloch, A (2008) Competition Law and Policy, Cavendish Pub Ltd
Wish, R (2008), 6th ed. Competition Law, Oxford University Press.

Materiale del corso

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European Competition Law (l.m.)

lauree magistrali di nuova attivazione DM270/04

Professore: Fabio Bassan

COURSE DETAILS

Type of course
SSD (IUS-14)
Language  Italian
ECTS 9
Course Year  2
Semester 1
Hours of lecturers
Hours of self study
Prerequisites
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Objectives of the course

Course content

1. Introduction to Competition Law: the function of competition law, sources of competition law, European law influences, the institutions for enforcement.
2. EC Competition Law and Policy: Article 81 elements of an infringement and application: undertakings; agreements, decisions and concerted practices, the object or effect of preventing, restricting or distorting competition, agreements failings outside Article81, effect on inter-state trade; de minimis doctrine. Article 81: individual and block exemptions.
3. EC Competition Law and Policy: Article 82 elements of an infringement and application; undertakings; effect on inter-state trade; dominant position-relevant product market, geographical market, temporal market; abuse.
4. Enforcement of Article 81 and 82.
5. European Competition Law and public enterprises
6. Horizontal and Vertical Restraints, Oligopoly and Price Discrimination: examples of anti-competitive practices.
7. Intellectual Property: horizontal and vertical agreements, anti-monopoly control, UK and EC law.
8. Control of Mergers: UK and EC law. 9. European Competition Law and State members Competition Law

Methods of evaluation

Examination schedule

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Course books

Students can choose one of the following books:

Jones, A. and Sufrin,B. (2007) 3rd ed. EC Competition Law, Oxford University Press.
Korah,V. (2007), An Introductory Guide to EC Competition Law and Practice, Hart Publishing.
Rodger, B & MacCulloch, A (2008) Competition Law and Policy, Cavendish Pub Ltd
Wish, R (2008), 6th ed. Competition Law, Oxford University Press.

Teaching materials

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