417 - Degree in Economics
27442 - Economic Public Law
27442 - Economic Public Law
Faculty / School:
109 - Facultad de Economía y Empresa
417 - Degree in Economics
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5.1. Methodological overview
The subject of Economical Public Law has a theoretical and a practical dimension. Our methodology combines, on the one hand, the classroom system (with theoretical and based on the model of cases practical lessons, discussion of students, work with electronic resources, reading doctrine and occasionally jurisprudence and other planned activities) and, secondly, the system of autonomous student work that takes place outside the classroom.
Although not easy -¬ni should, of course-¬, give up the memory as a way to learn, a responsible student preparation is achieved with reading and comprehension, with the search for the raison d'etre of institutions and legal rules dealing with transcribing. This methodology is practiced and cultivated.
5.2. Learning tasks
a Transmission of theoretical knowledge based on the teacher's classes. Such classes provide the student with a first theoretical contact with the concepts and basic knowledge of the subject that will allow subsequently a more efficient staff work and a better understanding of the subject, may enable him to a clearer identification of problems and to try to design paths legal solution to them.
b. Troubleshooting and cases: training activities in which students, supervised by teachers, perform practical work, including analysis of case studies, the jurisprudential analysis, analysis of regulatory provisions, and search and analysis of selected literature sources recommended by professor
One of the methodologies used will be the case, with the aim of promoting the engagement of students in the classroom and facilitate thus develop their ability to identify and analyze legal problems, and develop their critical sense and knack for oral exposure. The student becomes familiar with the use of own legal técnico-- language of the subject.
Within these activities the possibility that the teacher proposes, among the scheduled activities, seminars of different content is also contemplated: that may include active participation in the debate, moderated by the teacher, on the issues raised in the readings carried out by the student; or may consist of a read control to assessing the understanding of matter, or analysis of jurisprudence.
Clearly, the face should be rhythmic activity with independent learning and personal work (distance learning in the classroom), essential for learning. Academic calendars of each group may include activities directed reading and study of bibliographical material recommended, topical analysis or research and analysis of case law or administrative material.
I. THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE ADMINISTRATION AND ITS RELATIONS WITH CITIZENS
Lesson 1. Administration and Constitution. The social and democratic state of law and its implications. The territorial pluralism: the autonomous State. Fundamental rights. The constitutional principles of the organization and activity of public administrations.
Lesson 2. Public Administrations in Spain. The principles of administrative organization. Typology of Public Administration. The General Administration of the State. Administration of the Autonomous Communities. Local Administration. Instrumental public entities. Administrations and independent regulatory agencies. The ongoing reforms.
Lesson 3. Administrative activity (I). The general principles of administrative action and the position of the citizen. The administrative procedure. The administrative act: concept and classes. Validity and effectiveness requirements. Enforcement of acts. The review and revocation of acts.
Lesson. 4. Administrative activity (II). The main forms of administrative action. Regulatory power. The public procurement regime. The system of public subsidies. The sanctioning power of the Administration. The assets of the government and management.
Lesson 5. The guarantees of citizens against administrative action. The financial guarantee: expropriation and liability of the Administration. The judicial review of administrative action. The guarantees of constitutional rights.
II. FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMIC PUBLIC LAW
Lesson 6. Introduction. State intervention in economic activity: historical development and current situation Economic public law and its characters. Globalization and economy: the structures and institutions of economic globalization. Concerning international economic public law.
Lesson 7. The eu framework of economic public law. The single market and its institutions. Economic freedoms in the European Union. Economic and Monetary Union and economic governance in the Eurozone.
Lesson 8. Spanish Constitution and economic model (I). Free enterprise, private property and market economy. economic public initiative and public sector reserve resources or essential services. The social state and its implications. Budgetary discipline of public administration.
Lesson 9. Spanish Constitution and economic model (II). territorial autonomies and economic unit. The distribution of powers between the State and the Autonomous Communities in the economic sphere. The space of local authorities. Principles and instruments at the service of the realization of market unity throughout the national territory.
III. ECONOMIC ADMINISTRTION
Lesson 10. Territorial Administrations with economic powers. The Government and the Central Government. The regional administrations. Municipalities and other local entities.
Lesson 11. Other Administrations in the economic sphere. The supervisory bodies of the economic environment configured as independent authorities. General aspects and Organizations common characteristics no independent monitors. management entities in specific sectors: instrumental in the field of economic management public entities.
IV. FORMS AND METHODS OF ACTION FOR ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION
Lesson 12. The overall picture of the forms of action. The regulation of activities and ways of monitoring compliance. Administrative authorizations and other forms of preventive control. The instruments at the service of the unit market. Inspection and administrative supervision of economic activities. The exercise of sanctioning powers. The forms of extraordinary performance. The intervention of companies. public aid, restructuring and resolution of institutions in the financial sector.
Lesson 13. Public intervention in the proper functioning of markets. The meaning of free competition between economic operators and their basic rules. functions of the Community institutions and the CNMC: contrary to free competition and control over the same behaviors. Control of business concentrations.
Lesson 14. Building techniques in the economic sphere. Concept and modalities of development actions. The system of public subsidies. Other ways of promoting economic activity. Free competition and promoting action. The EU framework for state aid.
Lesson 15. Public economic services and services of general interest. The public service in Spain and its various forms of management. The public service in a context of free competition: services of general economic interest in the European Union. General characteristics and main assumptions.
Lesson 16. The exercise of entrepreneurial activity by the public administration: the public economic sector. Historical evolution and current reality of the public company in Spain. Nationalizations and privatizations. The EU framework for the public company. Legal forms of public enterprises in Spain. Legal status and control them. state, regional and local level.
5.4. Course planning and calendar
1st week Introduction and theoretical teaching
Theoretical teaching 2nd week
Theoretical teaching 3rd week
Theoretical teaching 4th week
5th week theoretical and practical teaching
6th week theoretical and practical teaching
7th week theoretical and practical teaching
8th week theoretical and practical teaching
9th week theoretical and practical teaching
10th week theoretical and practical teaching
11th week theoretical and practical teaching
12th week theoretical and practical teaching
Week 13 Teaching practice
Teaching practice 14th week
Teaching practice 15th week
5.5. Bibliography and recommended resources
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