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    First Term 2015/16 (December 1st - February 29; rev. January 2016)
    • Introduction to Comparative Law (Barbara Pasa, Università di Torino)
    • Statistics Applied to Law I (Matteo Migheli, Università di Torino)
    • Microeconomics (Marek Hudik, Anglo-Amaerican University, Prague)
    • Game Theory (Pierre Garello, Université Aix Marseille)
    • Fundamental Rights (Joerg Luther, Università del Piemonte Orientale)
    • Applied Mathematics (Fabio Privileggi, Università di Torino;  tutor Alessandro Melcarne, Università del Piemonte Orientale)
    • History and Methodology of Law and Economics (Alain Marciano, Université de Montpellier)
    • other activities

    Second Term 2014 (April 14 -June 5)  
    • Statistics Applied to Law II (Flavia Coda Moscarola, Università di Torino & Collegio Carlo Alberto)
    • Financial Law & Economics (Elisa Luciano, Università di Torino)
    • Fundamentals of Banking Regulation (Jacopo Carmassi, LUISS)
    • Topics in Economic Analysis of Law and Institutions (Giovanni B. Ramello, Università del Piemonte Orientale)
    • Behavioral Law & Economics (Paige Marta Skiba, Vanderbilt University)
    • Insurance:  Demand and Supply (Jean Pierre Outreville, HEC Montreal Canada)

    Third Term 2015 (June 8 - July 10)

    • Intellectual Property Law & Economics (Brett Frischmann, Yeshiva University)
    • Patents and Innovation (Frederic M. Scherer, Harvard University)
    • Tort Law and Economics (Hans Bernd Schaefer, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg)
    • Elements of Political Economy (David Lipka, Anglo-American University, Prague)
    • Economics Analysis of Property Rights (Boudewijn Bouckaert, Universiteit Van Gent)
    • Development & Growth (Enrico Colombatto, Università di Torino)
    • Seminars & workshops

    Attendance to courses is compulsory. Exceptions for any  reason must be authorized explicitly by the Coordinator of the programme. At the end of each regular course students must sit an exam.

    Other activities

    The standard teaching is combined with other activities focusing on activities such as seminars, clinics and so forth. The aim of these formats is to foster students' critical skills  and abilities in conducting research in Law & Economics.The attendance is compulsory and it will be equally considered by the Doctoral Board when approving admissions to the II year.