21210107 - EUROPEAN COMPETITION LAW

The course aims to provide the basis of competition law in the European Union. Agreements (Article 101 TFEU), abuses of dominant position (Article 102), public enterprises (Article 106), mergers, state aid are the main topics dealt with, in view also of technological innovation, which is producing changes significant also on the regulatory level. Then we discuss the application of competition law in the various sectors and its interaction with the vertical regulations of banks, insurance companies, financial markets, electronic communications, etc.

BASSAN FABIO

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Programme

The course aims to provide the basis of competition law in the European Union.
Agreements (Article 101 TFEU),
abuses of dominant position (Article 102),
state-owned enterprises (Article 106),
mergers,
state aid are the main topics dealt with,
in view also of technological innovation, which is producing changes significant also on the regulatory level.
Then we discuss the application of competition law in the various sectors and its interaction with the vertical regulations of banks, insurance companies, financial markets, electronic communications, etc. 


Core Documentation

slides uploaded on the Course web site
F. Bassan, Digital Platforms and Global Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021.
F. Bassan, Potere dell'algoritmo e regolazione dei mercati, Rubbettino 2019.


Type of delivery of the course

front lessons In the event of an extension of the health emergency due to COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out educational activities (and student evaluation) will be implemented. In particular, the following methods will be applied: distance teaching and learning tests through the use of the appropriate online platform. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Type of evaluation

oral exam In the event of an extension of the health emergency due to COVID-19, all the provisions governing the procedures for carrying out the evaluation of students through the use of the appropriate online platform will be implemented.

BASSAN FABIO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Mutuazione: 21210107 EUROPEAN COMPETITION LAW in Economia e Management LM-77 BASSAN FABIO

Programme

The course aims to provide the basis of competition law in the European Union.
Agreements (Article 101 TFEU),
abuses of dominant position (Article 102),
state-owned enterprises (Article 106),
mergers,
state aid are the main topics dealt with,
in view also of technological innovation, which is producing changes significant also on the regulatory level.
Then we discuss the application of competition law in the various sectors and its interaction with the vertical regulations of banks, insurance companies, financial markets, electronic communications, etc. 


Core Documentation

slides uploaded on the Course web site
F. Bassan, Digital Platforms and Global Law, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021.
F. Bassan, Potere dell'algoritmo e regolazione dei mercati, Rubbettino 2019.


Type of delivery of the course

front lessons In the event of an extension of the health emergency due to COVID-19, all the provisions governing the methods of carrying out educational activities (and student evaluation) will be implemented. In particular, the following methods will be applied: distance teaching and learning tests through the use of the appropriate online platform. It is also advisable to regularly view the institutional information channels prepared by the University for the purpose of timely knowledge of the emergency measures in force.

Type of evaluation

oral exam In the event of an extension of the health emergency due to COVID-19, all the provisions governing the procedures for carrying out the evaluation of students through the use of the appropriate online platform will be implemented.