The course is open for:
- The students enrolled in the Master in International and European Public Law.
- The students enrolled in the Master in Commercial and Company Law.
- The students participating in the Erasmus Programme (also at bachelor level).
Lecture 1: International trade: economic logic – exchange
Lecture 2: International trade: theorem of comparative advantages & Free trade, protection, tariffs
Lecture 3: International trade: stages of integration
Lecture 4: Federalism
Lecture 5: Federalism + Rent-seeking
Lecture 6: Regulatory competition as a means of economic integration
Lecture 7: European competition policy
Lecture 8: European Financial Integration
Exam and resit
Method of examination: Written exam with open questions.