Learning outcomes of the course unit
The training objectives are to allow students, at the end of the course, to be fully familiar with the fundamental principles governing administrative action, with particular reference to the sector of the economy.
In particular, students must acquire knowledge of the main institutions of Administrative Law, and then acquire the fundamental principles of the most significant and relevant sectors in which the Administrative Law of the economy dictates and imposes its discipline, so that the student will find evidence of application of the basic notions of Administrative Law in the field of Economic Law and in the various institutions that will be the object of study and study.
Course contents summary
The course aims to provide students with the basic notions of substantial Italian administrative law and to deepen the knowledge of some of the most important institutions in which the legal regime of administrative action takes shape.
The first part of the course is dedicated to the description of the general principles of administrative law, as contained in the Constitution and in the law 241/90.
The course will deal with the administrative power and its characteristics, passing then to analyze the forms through which the power of exercise, that is the administrative procedure. The second part of the course deals with the more specific topics of the administrative law of the economy, moving from the economic Constitution, dealing with the freedom of economic initiative and its limits, will deal with the discipline of competition, independent administrations, the regulation of public services and the privatization.
The students will be able to take the exam on the above program which, in its entirety, will be carried out during the lessons.
Provision is also made for other professors from the Faculty of Economics and Commerce, as well as further details on some institutions that will be indentified during the lessons, based on educational material that will be uploaded on the Elly platform.
1) GIORGIO CONTI, Public Law of Economy, SBC Edizioni 2017;
2) MARCELLO CLARICH, Administrative Law Manual, Bologna 2017, limited to chapters 1,3,4,5,7.
The student will be constantly sent, and placed on the Elly platform, the necessary material relating to the topics covered during the lessons, with particular reference to sentences, articles taken from legal journals, legal texts and related comments
Assessment methods and criteria
The final assessment of the learning is carried out through an oral interview.
Knowledge and understanding will be ascertained through two / three questions aimed at verifying the knowledge of the exam program.
The knowledge and understanding skills applied will be ascertained by inviting the student to discuss and analyze case studies and sentences.
The autonomy of judgment will be ascertained by inviting the student to formulate personal considerations on certain case studies or judgments.
The communication skills will be assessed by assessing the mastery of the technical-legal language and the ability to provide appropriate definitions.
The ability to learn will be assessed by evaluating overall acquired knowledge and the ability to formulate