CloseHelpPrint
Kies de Nederlandse taal
Course module: 620284-B-6
620284-B-6
Making and Shaping of Markets through Harmonization in the EU
Course info
Course module620284-B-6
Credits (ECTS)6
CategoryBA (Bachelor)
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg Law School; TLS: Europ. and International Public Law; European and International Public Law;
Is part of
B Law: Track International and European Law
B Global Law
PM Law
PM Law and Technology
Convenant TLS
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
dr. M.K. Borowicz
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
dr. M.F. Haag
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
Dr C. Raucea
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
prof.mr. J. Somsen
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
prof. dr. J.M. Verschuuren
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2019
Starting block
SM 2
Course mode
Full-time
Remarks-
Registration openfrom 09/01/2020 up to and including 02/08/2020
Aims

This course requires prior knowledge in EU law.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

LG 1. Give an account of the difference between Negative and Positive harmonization.

LG 2. Assess the degree of harmonization pursued in the instruments of EU Secondary Law which will be studied during the course (especially in the areas of free movement of persons, environmental law, etc).

LG 3. Understanding the different roles of harmonization to support or establish (new) markets, or to compensate for the externalities they produce.

LG 4. Detect which are limits to the EU's powers to harmonize different policy areas. And explain the goals and functioning of these limits by making reference to EU primary law, EU secondary Law, and case law of the CJEU (especially in the  areas mentioned above)

LG 5. Analyze and solve practical legal problems relating to EU's powers to harmonize (or not to harmonize) in the areas of free movement of persons, environmental law, etc.

 

Content
Content and Type of instruction


This course will include 4 modules (which will be taught by 4 different Lecturers) and it will be structured as follows:

Module 1
 Lecture 1 and 2: Introduction to harmonization.

Module 2
Lecture 3: Limits to harmonization
Lecture 4 and 5: Harmonization and EU free movement of persons

Midterm (on module 1 and 2)

Module 3
Lecture 6 and 7: Harmonization and Environmental policies

Module 4
Lecture 8: To be Announced
Lecture 9 and 10: To Be Announced

Final exam (on module 3 and 4)


Assessment

Final Grade: 50 % Midterm + 50 % Final exam
(same rules apply to resit).
The midterm and the final exam of this course will be take-home exams (to be submitted via Canvas). They will include both open-ended questions and a practical case.
Detailed rules on duration and submission will be announced via Canvas.



 
Course available for exchange students
Bachelor level
Contact person
Dr C. Raucea
Timetable information
Making and Shaping of Markets through Harmonization in the EU
Required materials
List of literature
List of literature and case law will be announced on Canvas
Recommended materials
-
Tests
Take-home exam (50%)

Take-home midterm (50%)

Final Result

CloseHelpPrint
Kies de Nederlandse taal