Economic Law

Course Code: 
Elective Courses


Course Description

The goal of the course is to teach the student the contribution of the legal science to regulation of economics. Through the course, the student will understand the characteristics of legal science, the influence of economic rules in the function of economic relations and the relationship of reciprocity of these two sciences. The topics of the course cover the most important aspects of the economic regulation, classified in two major categories. The first category analyses the law of the State intervention, while the second relates to the law of the market. The course provides a comprehensive and systematic approach to the economic law, centered to the contents and limitations of the constitutional right of the economic development. Under this angle, the course mainly focuses on the basic concepts of legal science, the economic constitution, the financial framework, the control of the market, the independent agencies, the freedom of contracts, the consumer protection, the various forms of companies, free competition.