20510 - NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS LAW
Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 14
- The aim of the course is to analyze the principles related to public decisions making process; the course is focused on principles and norms regulating organization of public entities and administrative procedures and acts.
- The course aims at illustrating the basic principles of international public law in the light of a further analysis of the main international intergovernmental organizations. The course is focused on the organization and competences of the United Nations and some intergovernmental economic institutions.
- Notions of public entities.
- Constitutional principles of public administration.
- Principles of administrative organization.
- The rules related to administrative proceedings as provided for by law 241/1990 and its further changes.
- The administrative decision.
- The sources of International Law.
- Subjects of International Law. Focus on States and Intergovernmental Public Organizations.
- Fundamental Principles of International Public Law.
Two written partial exams are provided: the first one on the national part and the second on the international part of the course. In order to pass the final exam the student has to pass both the partial exams. The grade cannot be refused after the consignment of the second written partial exam or after the consignment of the final exam.
Also debt students (20183) are allowed to register for the partial exams that is held in English language.
- F. FRACCHIA (edited by), Textbook of public law, Napoli, Ed. Scientifica, 2014.
- I. HURD, International Organizations, Cambridge, 2014, 2nd edition.