Anno accademico 2020/2021
- Codice dell'attività didattica
- Prof.ssa Manuela Consito (Titolare del corso)
- Corso di studi
- Laurea in Global Law and Transnational Studies - a Torino (D.M. 270/2004) [0707L31]
- 2° anno
- Periodo didattico
- Secondo semestre
- SSD dell'attività didattica
- IUS/10 - diritto amministrativo
- Modalità di erogazione
- Lingua di insegnamento
- Modalità di frequenza
- Tipologia d'esame
- Propedeutico a
The aim of the course is: to let the students become capable to apply the rules governing the administrative powers, the administrative proceedings and to verify their abidance and compliance in order to grant the interests and the rights of the citizens; to apply the rules and the fundamental administrative principles of national, EU and international law.
Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi
The course introduces students to the general principles of administrative law. On successful completion of the course the students will be able to: apply the rules governing the administrative powers and decisions and to verify their abidance and compliance in order to pursue the public interest by balancing the people rights; to read and to interpret the relevant case law.
Modalità di insegnamento
Mix of lecturing and case studies.
The course will be taught through e-learning modalities (see the Moodle webpage of the course). Live lessons will be given through the webex application, audio files, reading materials and some optional exercises (with individual feedback), chats and forum.
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All the students must also register for the Course, through the dedicated link at the bottom of this page "Register for the course", in order to be updated.
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Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento
FOR ALL THE STUDENTS OF THE ACADEMIC YEAR 20/21 (please note that the Course will take place in the Second semester!)
Oral exam (this is the University of Turin preferred choice).
For those taking classes on the Moodle platform: class participation.
The day of the exam a Webex session will be opened to everyone and the professor will ask you 1/2 questions referring to the reading material provided through the Moodle platform that will be open to every student.
Please log in at the scheduled time of the exam to:
Attività di supporto
The course aims at giving the students a overview of the rules governing the relationship between Public Administration and private actors (people or companies). The students will have the possibility to address different topics concerning the role of the rule of law in the regulation of the public powers as well as the limits to private actions posed by the governement and the local authorities, the mechanisms for ensuring legality, transparency and accountability in executive decision-making.
The course aims at reflecting a wider dimension of the administrative law, starting from the analysis of the rising of Administrative law in a historical perspective and by underlining the Consitutional frameworks that governs the character of the administrative law. The course will then deepen the rules governing the public law-private law divide also by analyzing the rules of public contract and the privatization v. public values protection. Finally the topic of security, sovereignty and globalization will be addressed.
Testi consigliati e bibliografia
There is no a complete text book but selected chapters as listed below for every class. They
will be available on the Moodle website of the Course.
Further documents would be available as far as they will be of interest for the topics.
From the book Comparative Administrative Law (2010), S. Rose Ackerman. P. Lindseth, (eds):
1) Bernardo Sordi, Révolution, Rechtsstaat and the Rule of Law: historical reflections on the emergence and development of administrative law, p. 23-37
2) Tom Ginzburg, Written Constitutions and the administrative state: on the constitutional character of administrative law, p. 117-127
From the book Comparative Administrative Law (2017), S. Rose Ackerman. P. Lindseth, B. Emerson (eds):
3) Daphne Barak-Erez, Three questions of privatization, p. 533-551
4) Jean-Bernard Auby, Contracting out and "public values": a theoretical and comparative approach, p. 552-565
5) Laura A. Dickinson, Organizational structure and culture in a era of privatization: the case of United States military and security contractors, p- 566-581
6) Victor V. Ramraj, Transnational non-state regulation and domestic administrative law, p. 582-600
From the book Global Administrative Law (2016), S. Cassese (edt):
7) Emma Dunlop, Globalization and Sovereignty: Global Threats and International Security, p. 458-482
8) Eyal Benvenisti, The future of Sovereignty: The Nation State in the Global Governance Space, p. 483-501
9) Sabino Cassese, Governing the World, p. 502-514
The Neoliberal Republic by Antoine Vauchez and Pierre France,Translated by Meg Morley,Foreword by Samuel Moyn | Paperback | Cornell University Press, 2021