EU INTERNAL MARKET LAW:
EU Internal Market Law
EU Internal Market Law
Study: Civil Law - 9. semester
Commercial Law - 9. semester
Constitutional-Administrative - 9. semester
Criminal Law - 9. semester
International Law - 9. semester
The European Union Law - 9. semester
Code: 79161
ECTS: 4.0
Course coordinators: prof. dr. sc. Iris Goldner Lang
prof. dr. sc. Tamara Perišin
Lecturers: dr. sc. Nika Bačić Selanec - Lectures
doc. dr. sc. Melita Carević - Lectures
prof. dr. sc. Tamara Ćapeta - Lectures
izv. prof. dr. sc. Snježana Vasiljević - Lectures
Exam dates:
  • 01. 07. 2019.
  • 02. 09. 2019.
  • 16. 09. 2019.
Exam registration: Studomat
Basic data
EU Internal Market Law Civil Law - 9. semester
Commercial Law - 9. semester
Constitutional-Administrative - 9. semester
Criminal Law - 9. semester
International Law - 9. semester
The European Union Law - 9. semester
4.0 79161
Lecturer in charge Consultations Location
prof. dr. sc. Iris Goldner Lang Ćirilometodska 4, room 51
prof. dr. sc. Tamara Perišin Ćirilometodska 4, room Ćirilometodska 4, soba 56
Lecturer Consultations Location
dr. sc. Nika Bačić Selanec (Lectures) Ćirilometodska 4, room 53/II kat
doc. dr. sc. Melita Carević (Lectures)

Thursdays from 10 until 11 (with a prior notice to ejpkatedra@gmail.com). 

Ćirilometodska 4, room Ćirilometodska 4, soba Ćirilometodska 4, soba 52
prof. dr. sc. Tamara Ćapeta (Lectures) Ćirilometodska 4, room 50
izv. prof. dr. sc. Snježana Vasiljević (Lectures)

Please shedule an apponitment at: ejpkatedra@gmail.com

Ćirilometodska 4, room Ćirilometodska 4, soba 53
Literature
C. Barnard,; The Substantive Law of the EU,; OUP, Oxford, (2013)
P. Craig and G. de Burca,; EU Law; OUP, Oxford (2011)
I. Goldner Lang,; Transitional arrangements in the Enlarged European Union: How Free is Free Movement of Workers?; Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, Vol. 3, No. 3 (2007), str. 241-271
T. Perišin; Free Movement of Goods and Limits of Regulatory Autonomy in the EU and WTO; T.M.C. Asser Press, The Hague (2008), str. 1-126
Description
Understanding the internal market law is the key to understanding how the EU really works! In the EU, difficulties in striking the appropriate balance between the interests of the internal market, on the one hand, and national regulatory autonomy, on the other, have been very visible in connection with all four fundamental freedoms - free movement of goods, persons, services and capital.
As far as movement of goods is concerned, the creation of an area in which manufactured goods flow freely across borders is plainly a central element in the pursuit of an internal market. Here, our interest lies in the scope and effect of the law of the free movement of goods - how is market integration to be achieved? In the field of the free movement of persons and services, the mix of advantage and disadvantage can be complex. Free movement of workers can relieve high levels of unemployment in one State as unemployed persons move to jobs in other States, but competition for skilled workers can cause shortages as workers who are in employment in one State leave for higher wages or promotion in another. Self-employed persons also enjoy the freedom of movement. This covers not only individuals, but also companies, who are free to set up subsidiaries and branches in other States and to take over companies in other States.
Exam dates
01. 07. 2019.
02. 09. 2019.
16. 09. 2019.
Detailed data
Cognitive Skills:

Knowledge abd understanding

- to understand economic, political and social circumstances in which EU internal market law operates

- to distinguish fundamental market freedoms

- to understand the scope of application of freedom of movement of goods, persons, services and capital

- to know how to group and compare types of justification for measures that restrict market freedoms

- to understand and apply proportionality test

- to recognise and explain the bortderline between market freedoms and rights ensured by European citizenship

- to distinguish powers of the EU and member states in the areas relevant for market functioning

 

Practical and Generic Skills:

Legal, practical and communication skills

- to recognise a legal problem from the field of internal market law (problem identification)

- solve a legal problem from the field of internal market law by the application of principal and subsidiary sources of EU law, in particular the practice of the European Court

- to propose a possible future development of the practice of the European Court in this area or to recommend passing new Wuropean legislation

- to analyse and evaluate possible contrary interpretations of the Treaty provisions in the field of internal market law, and to identify their advantages and disadvantages

- to present argumented legal opinions relevant for internal market and substantiated by legal sources

- to articulate and express ideas in an appropriate and clear manner, especially to create an order of arguments and present them in a logical and legally consistent form

- to read and understand complex legal materials in the field of internal market law

to apply communication skills in various situations, to present arguments from the position of parties in national proceedings, the European Commission, advocate general and the European Court

Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:

- Written examination