Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
2017/2018
Belonging course: 
Course of Master's Degree Programme on ECONOMIC, FINANCIAL AND INTERNATIONAL SCIENCES
Location: 
Napoli
Disciplinary sector: 
INTERNATIONAL LAW (IUS/13)
Language: 
Italian
Credits: 
9
Year of study: 
1
Teachers: 
Dott.ssa QUADRI SUSANNA
Cycle: 
First Semester
Hours of front activity: 
72

Language

Italian

Course description

The course aims to increase awareness of the central role of International Economic and Trade Law issues for the International Community. Particular attention will be paid to new themes, in need of adequate international regulation.

Prerequisites

Capacità di ragionamento. Alcune conoscenze di base di diritto internazionale e di economia internazionale possono facilitare l’apprendimento, se già possedute dallo studente.

Syllabus

Part 1 (24 hours): The International Community, subjects and sources of International Law.

Part 2 (24 hours): International Trade Law and International Economic Law under the Public International Law. The international institutions in the world economic system. The problem of the sources in the global economic system. The World Trade System; The World Monetary System; The Promotion of the Development.

Part 3 (24 hours): The application of International and European Environmental Law to the energy sector.

Part 1 (24 hours): The International Community, subjects and sources of International Law.

Part 2 (24 hours): International Trade Law and International Economic Law under the Public International Law. The international institutions in the world economic system. The problem of the sources in the global economic system. The World Trade System; The World Monetary System; The Promotion of the Development.

Part 3 (24 hours): The application of International and European Environmental Law to the energy sector.

Teaching Methods

The course consists of frontal lessons during which the program themes will be discussed; during lessons are also addressed applications issues, encouraging student interaction in the discussion.

Textbooks

- Part 1: CICIRIELLO, BORGIA, Il diritto internazionale nella società globalizzata, Editoriale Scientifica, l.i., Chapters 1-5
- Part 2: COSTA, Il governo e le regole dell’economia globale nell’era dei meta-problemi, Aracne editrice, l.i. (parts I - III)
- Part 3: QUADRI, Energia sostenibile, Giappichelli, l.i.

Learning assessment

The assessment is based on an oral examination in order to assess the achievement by students of the educational objectives. To evaluate the acquisition and depth learning of knowledge by students, this includes both open-ended questions on topics of the program, and more specific questions to assess reasoning skills of students passing from theory to practical cases. The vote of the oral examination is expressed in scale from 0 to 30 (to pass the exam, from 18 to 30).

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Expected learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding: The student should be able to understand the role of International Economic and Trade Law issues in modern industrialized economies with particular attention to the Governance. In addition, he/she should also know the main problems generated from new international economic themes.

Applying knowledge and understanding: the student should be able to apply the acquired knowledge to the evolution of modern international economy and trade.

Making judgments: the student should be able to use autonomously the acquired knowledge solving specific issues such as the evaluation of policies implemented by the major international institutions (WTO, IMF, WB).

Communication: the student is expected to give clear and in-depth answers to the questions of the oral exam.

Lifelong learning skills: the student should be able to show a good learning ability, by widening, for example, his/her knowledge with use of relevant bibliographic references. The student will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained in previous courses integrating them with the additional professional skills that characterize the course.