This PhD programme is focused on understanding the mechanisms involved in the formation of contemporary law, as determined by the interaction between European law and national rights, with a particular focus on: the institutional dimension and government profiles; the organisation of transnational markets; the contents and methodologies in regulating exchanges; the legal dimension of the individual and the exercise of fundamental rights and freedoms in the context of a global society.
The PhD graduate shall be able to undertake highly technical functions such as:
a professional working with privates, undertakings, banks, financial companies, etc; a scientific consultant for research institutes, both private and public;
a consultant working with economic and political institutions at national, European and international level (EU institutions or other international organizations; national and European regulatory agencies, independent authorities);
a consultant working with undertakings wishing to enjoy benefits granted by the EU economic legislation in the field of contracts, commerce, labour relations, company and finance (electronic commerce; delocalized companies; companies operating with European funds; companies needing State aids).
From 3 to 7 June 2024 a new edition of Research Communication Week is coming, the Ca' Foscari initiative created to raise awareness and provide tools and soft skills in research communication. Discover the 5 workshops on scientific posters, social media, storytelling and public speaking: limited places, registration by 3 April. Webinars also available soon.