Pre-requisites: Private law.
The course aims to provide students with the necessary skills to understand the legal and economic mechanisms that govern business strategies in placing products and services with customers and consumers
For the preparation of the exam it is necessary a good knowledge of the general discipline of the contract, of the Consumer Code (Legislative Decree 206/05) and of the EU Regulation 2016/679. The exam will concern: The private law of the economy. Market regulators and contract ethoronomy. The company and the markets. The decisions of the independent authorities in the regulation of the market. The integration of business contracts. The privacy economy. Customer protection in financial markets. The protection of personal data. Consumer protection. Consumer contracts. Guarantees in the sale of consumer goods. Distance selling. The consumer of travel and tourism. Real estate mortgages. Electronic payment systems. Community law and competition. Unfair business practices. Business contracts. Services in Community law. Contracts in financial markets.
1) E. Picozza – V. Ricciuto, Diritto dell’economia, Torino (Giappichelli), 2017, (pp. 253 – 386); 2) G. Alpa, Diritto privato europeo, Milano (Giuffrè), 2016, (pp. 171 – 299; 449 – 478; 511 – 569).
frontal lessons and exercises
before or after the class