INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN UNION COMPETITION LAW: SUPRANATIONAL REGULATION, ENFORCEMENT AND JUDICIAL PROTECTION

5 years single cycle degree in LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE (Ord. 2014) (discontinued)

Campus: TREVISO

Language: English

Teaching period: Second Semester

Lecturer: BERNARDO CORTESE

Number of ECTS credits allocated: 6


Syllabus
Prerequisites: Students are required to have passed the exam of "Diritto internazionale"

Knowledge of EU Law and of International Law is a prerequisite
The classes are held in English. Active participation is required
Attendance of Legal English classes held by mother tongue teacher is highly recommended
Examination methods: Students actually attending classes will be required to discuss of the readings assigned during the course.
Students not taking part in the classes will be required to discuss the articles and materials collected in
B. Cortese, EU Competition Law. Between Public and Private Enforcement, Kluwer Law International, 2013
Moreover, for international competition law, students should read and discuss
M. Bode / ., Budzinski, Competing Ways Towards International Antitrust: the WTO versus the ICN, http://www.wiwi.uni-marburg.de/Lehrstuehle/VWL/WIPOL/Fodiskp.htm
and
E. Fox, The WTO First Antitrust Case - Mexican Telecom, Journal of International Economic Law 2006, 271-292
Bartók, C. and S. Miroudot (2008), “The Interaction amongst Trade, Investment and Competition Policies”, OECD Trade Policy Papers, No. 60, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/241467172568
Course unit contents: A. EU Competition Law, between public an private enforcement
B. WTO (sparse) rules affecting competition law
C. International cooperation in competition law issues
D. Competition Law in Bilateral Investment Treaties and Regional Trade Agreements