|Kratica: EML||Opterećenje: 30(P)
|Nositelji: ||prof. dr. sc. Hana Horak
|Izvođači: ||doc. dr. sc. Kosjenka Dumančić
Kristijan Poljanec mag. iur.
|Opis predmeta: Course objectives. Understanding development of the European Union, its legal and institutional framework. Becoming aware of basic legal notions and terminology in EU market law and its complementary role in development of national market-related laws. Understanding basic features, entrepreneurial relevance and differences between four fundamental freedoms. Understanding harmonisation processes in market-related legal areas and their aims. Becoming aware of importance of EU law for development and enhancement of consumer laws, competition laws, state aid, capital markets, cross-border provision of health services, recognition of professional qualifications, security and justice.
1. Introduction to European Union, political and socioeconomic backgrounds.
2. Introduction to EU law and institutions.
3. Databases in EU law.
4. Free movement of goods.
5. Freedom to provide services and freedom of establishment.
6. Free movement of persons.
7. Free movement of capital.
8. Special areas: Consumer protection, Competition law, Recognition of professional qualifications, cross border health care.
|Jezici na kojima se održava nastava: - - -
|1. ||Horak, H.; Dumančić, K.; Poljanec, K., European Market Law: Textbook, Vol. 1., Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, 2015. (available at http://web.efzg.hr/dok/KID//European%20Market%20Law%20online.pdf).
Horak, H.; Dumančić, K.; Poljanec, K.; Vuletić, D., European Market Law Handbook, Vol. 1., Voronezh State University, Faculty of Law and University of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, Voronezh Zagreb, 2014. (available at http://web.efzg.hr/dok/kid/EUROPEAN_MARKET_LAW.pdf).
|2. ||Barnard, C.; Peers, S. (ur.), European Union Law, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014.
Barnard, C., The Substantive Law of the EU: The Four Freedoms, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004.