Regulation of Services of General Interest

A.Y. 2020/2021
6
Max ECTS
40
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/05
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The course aims to provide students with analytical tools relevant to build a knowledge of law and economics. The first part of the course deals with a set of general analytical tools and concepts that may be applied to the regulation of any economic and social activity. Theoretical and practical developments from the perspective of governments who design regulations and the regulators that deploy them will be examined. The forces and interests that influence the regulatory endeavor will also be examined. The second part aims to provide a description of disruptive forms of technological change which are upending multiple sectors as well as the laws and regulations that govern them.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student will know how to build their qualified (professional) profiles, which include a critical appraisal of the main matters. Thanks to interacting teaching methods, the student will improve his/her communication skills and test his/her ability of applying acquired knowledge.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Responsible
Lesson period
Third trimester
Lectures could take place in presence if classrooms will be available.In the absence of classrooms, lectures will be held online, on the MS Teams platform.
Exams will be taken on line through Microsoft Teams.
Course syllabus
The main topics of the course are the following:
- general framework for regulation and liberalisation in network industries
- public service and universal service
- evolution and design of institutions supporting liberalisation
- competition rules in the EU Treaty
- public service digitalization
- transformation health and care in digital single market
- artificial intelligence

[Program for not attending students with reference to descriptor 1 and 2]:
The main topics of the course are the following:
- general framework for regulation and liberalisation in network industries
- public service and universal service
- evolution and design of institutions supporting liberalisation
- competition rules in the EU Treaty
- public service digitalization
- transformation health and care in digital single market
- artificial intelligence
Teaching methods
slides will be used during the course to make it easier to understand the topics covered.
Teaching Resources
Attendants student
-F. Trimarchi Banfi, Lezioni di diritto pubblico dell'economia, Giappichelli 2016, quinta edizione, escluse le pag. 136-150
-F. Pizzetti, Intelligenza artificiale, protezione dei dati personali e regolazione, 2018, p.207-222 e 319-329
Non attendats student
-F. Trimarchi Banfi, Lezioni di diritto pubblico dell'economia, Giappichelli 2016, quinta edizione, escluse 136-150
--F. Pizzetti, Intelligenza artificiale, protezione dei dati personali e regolazione, 2018, p.207-222
- A. Santuari, Servizi socio-sanitari: regolazione, principio di concorrenza e ruolo delle imprese sociali, solo pagine 1-34 e 101-134
Assessment methods and Criteria
The exams will be held online orally. The test will be articulated through open-ended questions. This method of formulating the questions makes it possible to evaluate the knowledge acquired, the autonomy of judgment gained also in reconstructing the subjects and the legal problems underlying them.
The questions will be different between attendant and non-attendant students. For attending students the questions will refer to the parts of the texts indicated in the program and to the topics covered in class. In particular, in order to verify and improve the learning ability for attending students, intermediate tests are scheduled during the course.
IUS/05 - ECONOMICS LAW - University credits: 6
Lessons: 40 hours
Professor: Canepa Allegra