|Economic analisys of 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
|Lecturer in charge||Consultations||Location|
|izv. prof. dr. sc. Ozren Pilipović||
Thursday 12- 1 30 PM
|Trg Republike Hrvatske 14, room 58|
|izv. prof. dr. sc. Nenad Rančić||
Tuesday 4 PM-5 PM
|Trg Republike Hrvatske 14, room 62|
|Cooter, R., Ulen. T.,; Law and economics 6th edition; Addison-Wesley (2012)|
|Introduction to key theories, concepts, tools of economic analysis of law, as well as investigation into their relevance to contemporary social and legal issues, by examining the key components of national and international legal systems, with the focus on differences between American and European approach to the same issues. Although certain important and rather complex economic issues are discussed during the course, it does not require a background in economics. Rather, the course aims to help in understanding the nature of the relationship between the law and the economics in the evolution of contemporary legal systems. The course is built with a balance of historical and theoretical approaches in the study of practical issues, such as transaction costs, externalities, competition, game theory, welfare state and public choice theory.|
| Cognitive Skills:
understand the role of economic methods in the analysis of rights
Apply economic concepts to key issues that matter to you and your future profession:
Identify and evaluate how different groups’ economic interests and political views impact on welfare of individuals and society;
to compare the different approaches to economic analysis of lawPractical and Generic Skills:
After successfully mastering the course, students will be able to:
- publicly present learning outcomes;
- express themselves in a clear, adequately structured text explaining their standpoints;
- develop communication skills;
- participate in team work.Matching Assessments to Learning Outcomes:
Classes in Economic analysis of Law are conducted as a continuous and proactive learning process in which the emphasis is placed on interaction.
- In that manner a constant two-way communicatiuon is ensured, which stimulated students' engagement and permanent acquisition of learning outcomes.
- Apart from regular consultations with Chair members, student assistants are also available to students in all classes and seminars
- Modern audio-visual contents are used in class.
- Several times per semester guest lecturers are invited (renowned representatuves of academic, business, trade union community, or representatives of governmental and other institutions) in order to transfer current and practical knowledge to students and motivate their critical evaluation of events and active mastering- of learning materials.
- Depending on time availability, visits to relevant institutions will be organised.
Apply Economic Analysis of Law to practical legal cases
In accordance with the Bologna process application, stuidents' work will be monitored and evaluated throughout semester
Compulsory written and optional oral examination
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