The course provides foundations in sports laws comprising issues regulated under private law. The topics include sports regulations, sources and subjects, violations, third-party liability, and contract law, with examples of contracts. Other areas are: economic-organizational and management aspects of being self-employed or working under contact to a club, agency, fitness or sports center, and the planning and organizing sports events.
Expected learning outcomes
Students will acquire knowledge and tools, including terminology, for understanding the many areas of law in sports. Students will acquire skills in managing economic-organizational aspects of self-employment or working under contract to a club, agency, fitness or sports center, and in the planning and organization of sports events.
Law module: elements of private law pertinent to sports, topics which will be developed as relevant for sports; aspects of sports regulations, sources and subjects, violations, third-party liability, and contract law, with examples of contracts Econoy module: Scenario and challenges for the Italian health sector and health organizations. Why "management does matter" in health services? Most important managerial tools: strategic planning, budgeting, human resource management HTA and economic evaluation applied to health services. Designing the service: business planning and modeling in healthcare.
Prerequisites for admission
No special skills and/or knowledge required
Law module: frontal lectures Economy module: frontal lectures, case discussion and guest speeches from practitioners
Law module: LIOTTA, Giuseppe and SANTORO, Laura, Lezioni di diritto sportivo, IV ed., Milano, Giuffré, 2018 Economy module: LEGA, Federico, Economia e Management Sanitario: Settore, Sistema, Aziende, Protagonisti, EGEA, 2018
Assessment methods and Criteria
Law module: written exam with open and closed questions Economy module: written exam with closed questions