The international economic law course focuses on the main areas of international economic relations, namely trade, foreign investments, currency arrangements and business and human rights. The purpose of the course is to open students to the legal analysis, offering them the tools for a proper understanding of the rationale and content of relevant treaties and other international law rules. Accordingly, the course will complement other courses included in the master programme, addressing international economic relations from the perspective of the political, economic or historical analysis.
International trade law, international investment law, international monetary law, and business and human rights law are examined through the prism of multilateral cooperation, including the relevant policies of the European Union.
Risultati apprendimento attesi
At the end of the course, students will be able to: 1) gain an overall knowledge of the most fundamental concepts of public international law; 2) apply them to the realm of economic relations, in view of understanding the legal dynamics of inter-State relations in trade, investment, financial and business and human rightsmatters and improving their ability to contextualize their economic and political implications; 3) develop autonomy of judgement and learning skills in the subject matter of the course; 4) master the correct terminology of international economic law.