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LAW686   EU Internal Market Law   (15 credits)

 
Year Running: 2018/2019
Credit level: F7

Description

This module seeks to provide an advanced level exploration of the historical, theoretical and legal foundations of market integration. It will examine the processes of integration, both ¿positive¿ and ¿negative¿ and the creation of the internal market. It will introduce the main elements of the ¿four freedoms¿ ¿ goods, persons, services and capital. Its approach to the subject is thematic, by seeking to identify and deconstruct core concepts such as regulation and de-regulation, harmonisation, non-discrimination, mutual recognition, and public interest imperatives. Account will be taken of the broader aims of the European integration project, in particular the balance between its ¿economic¿ and ¿social¿ objectives.

 

Reading List


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Teaching Methods

Delivery Type Hours
Independent 138.0
Seminar 12.0
 

Methods of assessment

Assessment Type Duration % of formal assessment Semester
Course Work 0.0 100 % S1