By the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. (Knowledge and understanding) Understand the fundamental principles of Antitrust Law and the connected economic tools and methods. 2. (Application capacity) Select, interpret and apply argumentatively the relevant bodies of laws and the relevant precedents to specific cases, in a problem-solving perspective. 3. (Making judgments) Understand the scope and role of rules, enforcement mechanisms, institutions, making autonomous judgements. Draw conclusions on the issues raised on the basis of a reasoned analysis. 4. (Skills in communication) Use their communication skills (written and oral) to argue convincingly, expressing their knowledge with propriety of language within logical, legal and (basic) economic reasoning. 5. (Ability to learn) Deploy learning skills suitable to continue their education with a high degree of autonomy.
Lesson period: First semester
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