CREDITS 2 (LV) 3 (ECTS) - 30 Contact Hours

This course will provide an understanding of the establishment and functioning of the EU internal market and the effect this has on Member States. The course will have a special focus on the free movement of goods and services, but will also introduce issues related to persons, establishment and capital. Likewise, issues related to EU citizenship and equal treatment will be introduced. The course consists of 8 lectures on a particular topic followed by 7 seminars on the corresponding topics. Seminars are aimed at developing the students’ problem solving skills. For seminars students are expected to analyse and discuss real and fictional cases.

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