20110469 - Internal Market and Monetary Union Law

Students acquire knowledge and understanding of internal market law, state aid law and monetary union law. These objectives will also be achieved through the examination of cases and other materials. The student will develop a critical awareness of the relevant primary and secondary law and will be able to make independent judgments based on the correct use of legal language. The student will also develop communication skills on the course topics with good linguistic technique. In terms of learning skills, the student will be able to conduct his or her own evaluation of legal issues by putting into practice the method and learning acquired during lectures and seminars.
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The course aims to offer the essential tools to understand - above all - the law of the internal market of the European Union, with specific attention to the examination of the most relevant jurisprudential cases. Issues relating to the single market will thus be addressed, including in particular the notion of internal market, the free movement of goods, the free movement of persons, the right of establishment and the freedom to provide services. With regard to monetary union, the course will analyze its origins, the role of the ECB, the system of cooperation between central banks, their function in their respective national legal systems, the Euro legal regime and, lastly, the relationship between Monetary Union itself with the so-called Economic union.

Core Documentation

AAVV, Diritto dell’Unione europea. Parte speciale (a cura di G. Strozzi e R. Mastroianni), Giappichelli, 2021, (Capitolo I; Capitolo II pp. 51-117; Capitolo III; Capitolo IV; Capitolo V; Capitolo VI, Capitolo VII; Capitolo X).

Type of delivery of the course

The course will take place in presence and will involve the direct involvement of attending students in the reading and presentation of the judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union on the issues addressed in the classroom during the lectures held by the teacher.

Type of evaluation

Written test with open-ended questions.