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EU Economic Law

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Kod przedmiotu: 2104-GPIR-D4EUEL Kod Erasmus / ISCED: 14.6 / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: EU Economic Law
Jednostka: Wydział Nauk Politycznych i Studiów Międzynarodowych
Grupy: Stosunki Międzynarodowe -GPIR- DZIENNE 4 semestr 2 rok
Punkty ECTS i inne: 4.00
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Język prowadzenia: angielski
Rodzaj przedmiotu:

obowiązkowe

Założenia (opisowo):

Students should obtain:


the systematic knowledge in the scope of material European economic law along with the basic rights granted to the subjects economically involved within the EU.

the ability to apply in practice the above mentioned theoretical knowledge and to solve problems connected to the material European economic law and basic rights granted to the subjects economically involved within the EU.

Skrócony opis:

1. Internal market

2. Free movement of goods:

3. Free movement of workers:

4. Freedom of establishment (I)

5. Freedom of establishment (II)

5. Freedom to provide and receive services:

7. Free movement of capital and European Monetary Union:

8. Competition law: article 101 TFEU:

9. Competition law: article 102 TFEU:

10. Competition law: mergers:

11. The state and internal market

Pełny opis:

1. Internal market:

- Evolution of the legal framework: from the Treaty of Rome to Treaty of Lisbon

2. Free movement of goods:

- duties, charges, taxes

- quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect

- derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications

3. Free movement of persons: workers

- The scope of application of the treaty provisions on free movement of persons

- EU citizenship

- The definition of a “worker”

- the rights conferred on workers

- derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications

4. Freedom of establishment:

- The scope of the provisions on freedom of establishment

- The rights conferred on natural persons: the self employed

- The rights conferred on legal persons: companies

- derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications

5. Freedom of establishment – secondary legislation:

- Regulation regarding transnational mergers

- Regulation regarding European Economic Groupings

- Regulation regarding Societas Europea

6. Freedom to provide and receive services:

- The definition of ‘service’

- The rights conferred on service providers and receivers

- The service directive

- derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications

7. Free movement of capital and European Monetary Union:

- Free movement of capital

- Free movement of payments

- derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications

- European Monetary Union

8. Competition law: article 101 TFEU:

- Undertakings

- Agreements decisions and concerted practices

- The object or effect of preventing, restricting or distorting competition

- The effect on trade between member states

- Exemption under article 101 (3)

9. Competition law: article 102 TFEU:

- Dominant position: the product market

- Dominant position: the geographic market and the temporal factor

- Dominant position: the Commission Notice on market definition

- Dominant position: market power

- Abuse: general principles and particular examples

10. Competition law: mergers:

- The policy reason for merger control

- Regulation 139/2004: procedural issues and substantive issues

- Relationship between community and member state merger control

- Competition: enforcement and procedure

11. The state and internal market:

- The state and participation in the market

- Public undertakings

- State aids: substantive and procedural rules

Literatura:

Books and materials:

1. C. Barnard, “The substantive law of the EU. The four freedoms”, Oxford University Press 2010.

2. A. Biondi, P. Eeckhout, “EU law after Lisbon”, Oxford University Press 2012.

3. P. Craig, G. de Burca, “The evolution of the EU law”, Oxford University Press 2011.

4. P. Craig, G. de Burca, “EU Law. Text, cases, materials”, Oxford University Press 2011.

5. L. W. Gormley, “EU law of free movement of goods and customs union”, Oxford University Press 2009.

6. I. Maletić, “The Law and Policy of Harmonisation in Europe’s Internal Market”, EE Publishing Ltd. 2013.

7. J. Pelkmans, D. Hanf, “The EU Internal Market in Comparative Perspective”, Lang 2008.

8. A. Santa-Maria, “European Economic Law”, Kluwer Law International 2009.

9. J. Steiner, “EU law”, Oxford University Press 2009.

10. I. E. Wendt, “EU Competition law and liberal professions: an uneasy relationship?”, Boston 2013.

Websites:

http://europa.eu/documentation/official-docs/index_pl.htm

http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/jcms/Jo1_6308/

http://www.lex.com.pl/prawo-europejskie

http://eulex.parp.gov.pl/eulexii/glowna

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/pl/index.htm

http://ec.europa.eu/prelex/apcnet.cfm?CL=pl

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/showPage.aspx?id=549&lang=pl

http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/tris/index_en.htm

http://www.llrx.com/features/eulaw2.htm

http://europa.eu/pol/cons/index_pl.htm

http://www.uniaeuropejska.net.pl/

http://isip.sejm.gov.pl/prawo/index.html

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

written exam

presentation

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2019/20" (w trakcie)

Okres: 2020-02-17 - 2020-08-02
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Konwersatorium, 30 godzin, 35 miejsc więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Szymon Kardaś
Prowadzący grup: Szymon Kardaś
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Konwersatorium - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis:

1. Introduction to EU’s internal market

2. Free movement of goods:

3. Introduction to free movement of persons:

4. Free movement of workers:

5. Freedom of establishment:

6. Freedom to provide and receive services:

7. Derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications:

8. Free movement of capital and European Monetary Union:

9. Competition law: article 101 TFEU

10. Competition law: article 102 TFEU

11. Competition law: mergers:

12. The state and internal market

Pełny opis:

1. Introduction to EU’s internal market

2. Free movement of goods:

- duties, charges, taxes

- quantitative restrictions and measures having equivalent effect

3. Free movement of workers:

- The definition of a “worker”

- The rights conferred on workers

4. Freedom of establishment:

- The scope of the provisions on freedom of establishment

- The rights conferred on natural persons: the self employed

- The rights conferred on legal persons: companies

- The service directive

5. Freedom to provide and receive services:

- The rights conferred on service providers and receivers

- The service directive

6. Derogations, limitations, conditions and justifications:

- free movement of goods,

- free movement of workers,

- freedom of establishment,

- freedom to provide and receive services

7. Free movement of capital and European Monetary Union:

- Free movement of capital

- European Monetary Union

8. Competition law: article 101 TFEU:

- Undertakings

- Agreements decisions and concerted practices

- The object or effect of preventing, restricting or distorting competition

- The effect on trade between member states

- Exemption under article 101 (3)

9. Competition law: article 102 TFEU:

- Dominant position: the product market

- Dominant position: the geographic market and the temporal factor

- Dominant position: the Commission Notice on market definition

- Dominant position: market power

- Abuse: general principles and particular examples

10. Competition law: mergers:

- The policy reason for merger control

- Regulation 139/2004: procedural issues and substantive issues

- Relationship between community and member state merger control

- Competition: enforcement and procedure

11. The state and internal market:

- The state and participation in the market

- Public undertakings

- State aids: substantive and procedural rules

Literatura:

Books and materials:

1. C. Barnard, “The substantive law of the EU. The four freedoms”, Oxford University Press 2010.

2. A. Biondi, P. Eeckhout, “EU law after Lisbon”, Oxford University Press 2012.

3. P. Craig, G. de Burca, “The evolution of the EU law”, Oxford University Press 2011.

4. P. Craig, G. de Burca, “EU Law. Text, cases, materials”, Oxford University Press 2011.

5. L. W. Gormley, “EU law of free movement of goods and customs union”, Oxford University Press 2009.

6. I. Maletić, “The Law and Policy of Harmonisation in Europe’s Internal Market”, EE Publishing Ltd. 2013.

7. J. Pelkmans, D. Hanf, “The EU Internal Market in Comparative Perspective”, Lang 2008.

8. A. Santa-Maria, “European Economic Law”, Kluwer Law International 2009.

9. J. Steiner, “EU law”, Oxford University Press 2009.

10. I. E. Wendt, “EU Competition law and liberal professions: an uneasy relationship?”, Boston 2013.

Websites:

http://europa.eu/documentation/official-docs/index_pl.htm

http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/jcms/Jo1_6308/

http://www.lex.com.pl/prawo-europejskie

http://eulex.parp.gov.pl/eulexii/glowna

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/pl/index.htm

http://ec.europa.eu/prelex/apcnet.cfm?CL=pl

http://www.consilium.europa.eu/showPage.aspx?id=549&lang=pl

http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/tris/index_en.htm

http://www.llrx.com/features/eulaw2.htm

http://europa.eu/pol/cons/index_pl.htm

http://www.uniaeuropejska.net.pl/

http://isip.sejm.gov.pl/prawo/index.html

Uwagi:

consultations, Tuesday, 20:00, room 313 (Gmach Audytoryjny)

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