The aim of the course is to identify the role of the law in enhancing consumer wellness through the analysis of the main models of economic systems and the relationship between market-state-individual- wellness.
At the end of the course the student will have acquired (expected results):
(1) knowledge and ability to understand: acquisition of knowledge related to the main market systems and the related peculiarities. Identification of the potential legal methods suitable for the pursuit of the wellness of the consumer, with the analysis of the legal and economic theories of reference.
(2) Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: the student must be able to acquire an “active”, not mnemonic knowledge of the subject, through the declination of the concepts acquired in a practical dimension.
(3) Autonomy of judgment: mastery of institutions, Ability to formulate also own examples, different from the ones proposed during the lessons
(4) Communication skills: although teaching does not include specific activities aimed at developing communication skills, the student will be able to use technical language in describing the Central concept of the analyzed institutions.
(5) Learning skills: the teaching provides notions for the deepening of the dynamics existing between law and economics at the level of economic systems and the potential relationships between norms and wellness, understood as economic wellness, of the consumer.