The course aims at exploring how criminal law impacts the (national and supranational) legal framework governing economic activities, especially by means of provisions designed to guarantee the freedom of private economic initiative and to protect the various interests involved in the exercise of that freedom. During the course, the fundamental notions and the regulatory principles of the field will be taught, as to enable students to be familiar with the operative problems arising out the interaction between economic initiatives and criminal law legal monitoring and, in general, the tension between economy and criminal law. Students will develop the capability to critically assess the application of criminal law by understanding the complexity that nowadays characterize economic activities.
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Italian Fiscal Code 93009870234
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