|No prerequisits. |
|Content (Syllabus outline)
| Establishing and enhancing the Internal Market; negative and positive harmonisation; methods of harmonisation.
Free Movement of Goods: Custom Union, Charges and Taxes, Quantitative Restrictions.
Free Movement of Capital and Economic and Monetary Union.
Free Movement of Persons: Free Movement of Workers, Free Movement of Economically Inactive Persons, The Role of European Citizenship, The Role of Social Policy.
Freedom of Establishment.
Freedom to Provide Services.
Internal Market Freedoms v. EC Competition Policy.
| C. Barnard: Substantive law of the EU, Four freedoms, Oxford University Press, 2013.
R. Knez, J. Hojnik: Svoboθine notranjega trga EU, Pravna fakulteta, Maribor, 2015.
J. Hojnik: Prost pretok blaga v EU, GV Zaloba, Ljubljana, 2010.
N. Reich: Understanding EU Internal market Law, Intersentia, 2014. |
|The objective of this course is to gain basic knowledge about the internal market, its legislative rules interpreted by the case law of the ECJ, the relation towards other forms of economic international integrations, about the relation among freedoms themselves and horizontal approach regarding the exemptions and finally the relation between freedoms on one side and competition law on the other. |
|Intendend learning outcomes - knowledge and understanding
|Knowledge and Understanding:
On completition of this course, the student will be able to:
demonstrate understanding of the basic features of the internal market of the EU,
find and understand the relevant case law of the ECJ, which explain the ratio of the freedoms, makes connections among the freedoms and define exemptions,
demonstrate the interference among the individual freedoms and the ambit of the european citizenship.
|Learning and teaching methods
tutorials. Part of the tutorial is in a classroom while the rest is in the form of e-learning (e-tutorials may be given via video-conferencing or with the help of specially designed e-material in a virtual electronic learning environment),
dealing with cases.