International Economic Law

 Tittle International Economic Law
 Department International Law and European Integration
 Type (compulsory/optional)  Compulsory
 Cycle (first/second)  First Cycle
 Semester when the component is delivered 7-th semester
 Course description  In today's world the development of relations between states promotes integration and economic processes, aimed at both the best use for the growth of their economies, the results of the international division of labor, scientific, technological and managerial advances. This complex, multi-faceted, contradictory relations between the states regulate only through negotiations based on the principles of international economic law.
Students of international business and management have in learning deeply and comprehensively with the knowledge of the history of international economic law and its institutions as well as the role of principles and norms of international law in regulating the complex, contradictory international economic relations.
 Course content
Module 1. Summary of international economic law
Topic 1. The concept of international law. International law in international relations.
Topic 2. The concept, subject, source of international economic law.
Topic 3. Principles of international economic law.
Topic 4. State as an international economic law.
Topic 5. International economic organizations, their legal status and value. Transnational corporations and international legal regulation of their activities.
Topic 6. International - Economic agreements and their significance.
Module 2. A special part of international economic law
Topic 7. European Union law.
Topic 8. International Currency.
Topic 9. International transport law.
Topic 10. Legal regulation of foreign economic activity in Ukraine.
Topic 11. International legal means of resolving international disputes.
Topic 12. Foreign investments in Ukraine and their regulation.
 Learning outcomes  Competencies, which ensures the formation of the discipline: the ability and willingness to use knowledge of basic categories of international economic law and the international regulations; choose and use methods of legal interpretation, the ability to think logically, critically, creatively; in practice the basic knowledge and methods of the humanities to analyze and identify problems in international law; to bibliographic and information search work and then use the data in solving professional tasks and design research papers, reports, conclusions; aware of the social importance of their future profession; have a sufficient level of professional sense of justice; adhere to the principles of ethics lawyer and familiarization with relevant protocol.
 Contact hours (lectures/seminars)


 International Law
 Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 credits