Public economic law

A.Y. 2020/2021
9
Max ECTS
63
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/05
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
A - Conoscenza e capacità di comprensione: familiarità con i principi generali e con i meccanismi che regolano la materia; comprensione delle problematiche connesse alla disciplina pubblica dell'economia; analisi del funzionamento del mercato dei contratti pubblici;
B - Capacità applicative: acquisire capacità di analisi della normativa pubblicistica inerente al settore trattato; capacità di analisi critica della giurisprudenza amministrativa in argomento;
C - Autonomia di giudizio: capacità di lettura critica dei fenomeni assumendo una prospettiva pubblicistica;
D - Abilità nella comunicazione: facilità e linearità di esposizione del ragionamento giuridico, anche grazie alla sollecitazione di interventi in aula;
E - Capacità di apprendere: orientare lo studio del diritto a un approccio schematico, consequenziale e trasversale
Expected learning outcomes
Undefined
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
First semester
TEACHING METHODS
The lessons will be held on the Microsoft Teams (MT) platform and can be followed both in synchrony on the basis of the first semester timetable and asynchronously, because they will be recorded and left available to students on the same platform or on the Ariel website of the teaching. If the health situation allows it and in compliance with the indications in force, there may be activities in presence in the classroom, of which the students will be suitably informed by means of notices on the Ariel website.
PROGRAM AND REFERENCE MATERIAL
The program and reference material will not change.
METHOD OF VERIFICATION OF LEARNING
The exam will take place in oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where the regulations allow it, in presence, always in oral form.
The examination, in particular, will be aimed at:
- ascertain the achievement of the objectives in terms of knowledge and understanding;
- verify the student's independence of judgment also through the analysis of the cases discussed during the course or mentioned in the textbooks;
- ascertain the mastery of the specific language and the ability to present the arguments in a clear way.
Course syllabus
Objective of the course is to provide the students with a method to interpret the complex dynamics of public interventions into the economy, from authorizations and concessions to the regulatory activities of public services, to the discipline of public contracts and public-owned companies.
A consistent part of the course will be devoted to the principles and rules to apply to the public contracts' sector, also through the exam of juridical articles and case law.

Here are the issues that will be mostly deepened: principles of public economic law; exam of different modalities of public intervention into the economy; liberalization and public services; the public contracts' market; exam of case law on fundamental issues.
Prerequisites for admission
As disciplined by the didactic plan of the degree; in particular, elements of private law and constitutional law are pre-requisites for the exam
Teaching methods
Attendance in class is highly recommended. During the lessons concrete cases and recent materials will be discussed. Depending on the number of participants, it will be assessed the possibility of carrying out practical exercises.
Teaching Resources
Both the following texts are mandatory, for both attending and non-attending students:
- General part: F. Trimarchi Banfi, Lezioni di diritto pubblico dell'economia, Torino; Giappichelli, last edition;
- Special part: S. Valaguzza, Governare per contratto, Napoli, 2018;
E' richiesta, a tutti gli studenti, la conoscenza del D.Lgs. 19 agosto 2016, n. 175 e del D.Lgs. 18 aprile 2016, n. 50.
Assessment methods and Criteria
During the course, non-evaluative test; final exam and/or practical exercises.
IUS/05 - ECONOMICS LAW - University credits: 9
Lessons: 63 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
Wednesday, at 12.15, by appointment. Please send an email the day before at latest.
Former Institute for Public Law, ground floor