International Economic Public Law - LAW 368

This course provides a comprehensive grounding in all aspects (domestic, comparative, and international) of sources and guiding principles of the Economic Public Law, and examines the structures and modalities of the intervention of the public sector in the economy: Planning, regulation and control of the competition, direct public interventions (public enterprise, privatization, public aid), and the public/private partnership (PPP).
Language of Instruction: English (legal terms, however, are also given in Arabic and French).