The aim of the course is to provide students with an in-depth and critical knowledge of the European rules on company law, trade-mark law and competition Law and with an introduction to the Banking Union, to the Capital Markets Union and to the European rules on sustainable growth. If students complete the course successfully, they should be able to explain the main concepts that underpin european economic law and to comprehend the policy issues that arise regarding the harmonization of company law and the regulation of the european companies, as well as european competition law and trade-mark law.
Students do not need a specific economic background.
Considering the characteristics of the course, attendance is highly recommended.