Programmi per studenti Erasmus Incoming
Gli studenti Erasmus Incoming possono sostenere tutti gli esami offerti dell’offerta formativa del Corso di Laurea in Giurisprudenza (insegnamenti in lingua italiana) (v. programmi a.a. 2018/2019; a.a. 2017/2018; a.a. 2016/2017; a.a. 2015/2016)
Il Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza, Studî Politici e Internazionali, per l'a.a. 2018/2019, offre anche alcuni corsi in lingua inglese:
► CONTRACT LAW, GLOBALIZATION AND DIGITAL MARKETS (Prof. Fabrizio Moncalvo; email: email@example.com)(lecture hours: 36; 6 ECTS)
English The lessons will be conducted in English. * It is however permitted, for students who so wish, to take the exam in Italian. All course materials and texts will be made available in two languages, English and Italian.
Further information concerning recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/173577
► DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (Prof. Vincenzo Dall’Aglio - 6 ECTS) - Avvalenza dal Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche ed Aziendali.
► EUROPEAN AND INTERNATIONAL LABOR LAW (Prof. Fabio Pantano; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) (lecture hours: 36; ECTS: 6)
The course concerns European and International Labour Law, with reference also to comparative labor law. In particular, it analyzes the social policy of the European Union with regard to the labor market and the models of non-standard contracts; the external action of EU to promote the protection of labor in developing countries; the evolution of the discipline of employment relationship and of trade unions and collective labor rights in countries that in recent decades have achieved a high economic development on the international scene (BRICS); the regulation of some legal institutions related to the employment relationship or collective labor relations in non-European countries with similar legal traditions.
Further information concerning recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/135801 .
► EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE CRIMINAL LAW (Prof. Alberto Cadoppi; email: email@example.com) (lecture hours: 36; 6 ECTS).
Topics pertaining both to the general part and the special part of Criminal law will be analyzed during the course, from a Comparative law and European Law point of view. Among other topics, decisions from the European Court of Human Rights will be analyzed.
Further information concerning recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/135799 .
► ECONOMICS AND LAW (Prof. Pietro Vagliasindi; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) (lecture hours: 36 hours; 6 ECTS)
The course examines the legal behaviours and juridical norms in the broadest context of socio-economic and political institutions to assess through social cost benefit analysis of institutional and regulatory options. It aims at preparing lawyers to better understand how legal and institutional contexts modify incentives and affect socio-economic behaviours, as well as to assess legislations and institutions (for example within the context of international organization, such as the World Bank, IMF, EBRD, etc.). The effectiveness of standards, laws and regulations necessarily depend on the socio-economic behaviour of citizens, influenced by the incentives created by implemented policies (e.g. their enforcement). The course will provide an in-depth analysis of public institutions, devoting special attention to efficiency and equity issues. Ample space will also be given to property law, contracts, corporate theory and other legal questions. The course is not very technical in its nature and is designed to provide all the needed background information for a full understanding of the economic issues covered.
Further information concerning the recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/135798.
► EUROPEAN LEGAL ROOTS (Prof. Ulrico Agnati; email: email@example.com) (lecture hours: 30; 6 ECTS)
The aim of the course is to identify the main features into the developing of the European law, through an examination of some keynote, private and public, law institutes. The analysis will follow the historical evolution of the following topics, along a cross-cultural comparison between the western “secular-grounded” legal tradition and eastern legal experiences of religious Laws: 1. Religious and Secular Law. Bridging across Law and Ethics. Natural and Positive law. 2. Religious Legal Traditions (Foundations of Jewish, Hindu and Islamic Law). 3. Secular Law and Public institutions. The institutional framework inherited from Rome. The medieval experience and its evolution. Modern and contemporary models of state organization. 4. The relationship between individual and the 'State'. Individual rights into the ancient and medieval world. Social contract's theory. The issue of sovereignty. The Judgement by peers of the religious legal traditions. 5. The creation of civic rules. Customs from primary to secondary source. The law, from ancient to modern codification. Legal science: production of the rules, interpretation of the rules and mere exegesis. Stare decisis' principle.
Further information concerning recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/173553 .
► ECONOMIA DELLA GLOBALIZZAZIONE/ECONOMICS OF GLOBALISATION (Prof.ssa Donatella Baiardi – 6 ECTS) Avvalenza dal Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche ed Aziendali
► ECONOMICS EUROPEAN INTEGRATION (Prof. Giovanni Graziani- 6 ECTS) Avvalenza dal Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche ed Aziendali
► HISTORY OF ITALIAN FOREIGN POLICY (Prof. Bruno Pierri; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) (lecture hours: 30; 6 ECTS)
The course aims at providing the students with the main issues and concepts of the history of Italian foreign policy, with a particular focus on Fascist policy of power, as well as the relationships with the colonial realities of those times. Moreover, it is planned to examine history methodology through strict critical and scientific criteria. As a matter of fact, it is a question of a “treaty” between professors and students, dealing with contents issues and methods of survey within a history inter-disciplinary educational training.
Further information concerning recommended readings, teaching and assessment methods of the course unit are available at: https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/173557 .
► INTERNATIONAL POLITICS (Prof. Emanuele Castelli– 9 ECTS)
► PUBLIC ECONOMICS (Prof. Pietro Vagliasindi– 9 ECTS)
► PUBLIC POLICY ECONOMIC EVALUATION (Prof. Pietro Vagliasindi– 6 ECTS)
► RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF JAPANESE CRIMINAL LAW (Prof. Yoshinaka Nobuhito; Visiting Professor) (lecture hours: 36; 6 ECTS) : https://en.unipr.it/ugov/degreecourse/178121