Law, Market and Person
former "European Law on Civil, Commercial and Labour Contracts"
professor Luigi Benvenuti (email@example.com.)
The Doctoral Programme is specifically designed to train European experts to understand the formation mechanisms of contemporary law, determined by the interactions between European law and the different national laws, in the field of economics law, competition and the market system, and in particular, contract rules.
Commercial contracts, consumer contracts, labour contracts, public utilities contracts as well as corporation contracts will be analysed among the different curricula of the research doctorate, both through the research activities of each doctoral student, as well as workshops and teaching activities held by Italian and foreign scholars.
Moreover, a new curriculum in labour legislation was implemented for the academic year 2009/2010. The latter focuses on urban planning, organisational and societal issues, including the tricky relationship between public and private law when examined by a transversal approach. Each curriculum will also consider the methodical aspects of the General Theory of Law and Research Methods in Law, as requested by the plurality of the normative sources.
- Relationship building between European sources and national sources;
- Harmonisation and integration techniques between soft law instruments and hard law instruments;
- Impact effects of the instruments on the costs and integration;
- Harmonisation through the conduct of European and national courts;
- The circulation of judicial patterns between the various legal systems and families; and among national judicial patterns;
- The essence of a treaty; efficiency in free competition;
- Regulation as a key concept for the integration of different markets, its legislation and field of application;
- Sector and markets within a harmonisation regime; from the "four" liberties to the regulation aspects between supply and demand; relevant models: consumption, business, empowerment, services;
- Law Codification Projects and the thorny issue of national identity and traditions;
- Non-harmonized and/or non-harmonizable sectors;
- Human Rights and the treaties concerned. The guarantees of the fundamental rights beyond the context of harmonisation. The assiological explanation and the autonomy of European citizens outside the market.
Department of Economics, Ca' Bottacin, Dorsoduro 3911, 30123 Venezia (Italy)
Maria Ventimiglia, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
tel +39 041 234 7649 / 9195
fax +39 041 524 2482
website: www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=84860 [IT]