Study-unit ECONOMIC LAW OF CULTURAL HERITAGE

Course name Economics of tourism
Study-unit Code 20098406
Location ASSISI
Curriculum Eventi, cultura e territorio
Lecturer Paolo Rossi
Lecturers
  • Paolo Rossi
Hours
  • 63 ore - Paolo Rossi
CFU 9
Course Regulation Coorte 2017
Supplied 2019/20
Supplied other course regulation
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Giuridico
Sector IUS/05
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction Italian
Contents The notion of economics law; The economy Constitution: theoretical profiles. Economic rights and social rights in economic constitutions. The economic constitution in the Constitutional Charter of '48. The right of economic initiative (Article 41 of the Constitution); The right to private property (Article 42 of the Constitution); Public services between domestic law and Community law. The competition. Constitutional foundation for the protection of cultural heritage. Notion of cultural heritage between property and public service. Cultural assets as economic assets, between vertical and horizontal subsidiarity The forms of management of cultural assets between economy and protection. Forms of public-private cooperation in the management of cultural heritage. The experiences of managing cultural sites in local authorities.
Models of governance in state and local museums
Reference texts Di Gaspare, Economic law and institutional dynamics, Ed. Cedam;
Tarasco: The cultural heritage. Management and public finance models, and scientific.
Educational objectives Transmit to the students the tools for understanding the theory of economic law, to then deepen their application to the field of cultural heritage legislation
Prerequisites Although not preparatory, it is recommended to have taken the exams of private law and public law
Teaching methods Frontal lesson
Learning verification modality oral examination
Extended program The notion of economics law; The economy Constitution: theoretical profiles. Economic rights and social rights in economic constitutions. The economic constitution in the Constitutional Charter of '48. The right of economic initiative (Article 41 of the Constitution); The right to private property (Article 42 of the Constitution); Public services between domestic law and Community law. The competition. Constitutional foundation for the protection of cultural heritage. Notion of cultural heritage between property and public service. Cultural assets as economic assets, between vertical and horizontal subsidiarity The forms of management of cultural assets between economy and protection. Forms of public-private cooperation in the management of cultural heritage. The experiences of managing cultural sites in local authorities.
Models of governance in state and local museums.