Study-unit PUBLIC LAW

Course name Economics of tourism
Study-unit Code 20010809
Location ASSISI
Curriculum Comune a tutti i curricula
Lecturer Simone Budelli
Lecturers
  • Simone Budelli
Hours
  • 63 ore - Simone Budelli
CFU 9
Course Regulation Coorte 2018
Supplied 2018/19
Supplied other course regulation
Learning activities Base
Area Giuridico
Sector IUS/09
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction Italian
Contents State, sovereignty and globalization. The organization of public powers in Italy and in Europe.The judiciary and the public administration.Rights and freedoms of european citizens.
Reference texts R. Bin – G. Pitruzzella, Diritto Pubblico, Giappichelli Editore u.e.

F. Politi, Diritto Pubblico, Giappicchelli Editore u.e
Educational objectives The main objective of the teaching is to provide the basics, methodological and linguistic, for the study of the law, indispensable for approaching any other branch of the law. Therefore one of the main skills to be gained from the study of public law is to know, apply and interpret the sources of law.Another objective is to understand the functioning of the organization of the UE and Italian Republic with its state, regional and local structures. Know the Public Administration and its way of proceeding. Know your judiciary and court proceedings. This should allow you to understand how to deal with the institutions and the public administration.Finally, the third objective is to study constitutional freedoms to allow the acquisition of the foundations for a conscious socio-political citizenship.
Prerequisites Knowledge of italian language
Teaching methods Frontal lessons.Seminars with experts.Visits to local, regional and state institutions, as well as at court courts.
Learning verification modality The oral test consists of a discussion in which the candidate will first have to demonstrate a sufficient level of knowledge of the topics dealt, which should be illustrated with language properties, with synthesis skills and with logical and consequential exposure. In particular, the student should be able to explain current political-institutional facts on the basis of the legal institutes studied. The duration of the oral examination varies according to the evolution of the test itself and usually begins with a pleasing question on a topic chosen by the same student.
Extended program Path I: Organization of Public AuthoritiesThe legal orderState: state and government formsThe sources of domestic and community lawRegions and Local AutonomiesPath II: The constitutional organization in ItalyParliamentGovernmentPresident of the RepublicConstitutional CourtJudiciary and Administration of JusticePublic Administration and Administrative ProcedureU.E.Path III: Rights and FreedomsFundamental rightsSocial RightsEconomic constitution