Veranstaltungsdetails

Veranstaltungsdetails

vhb European and International Monetary Law
SWS:
Untertitel:
vhb online-course
Dozierende:
Herrmann, Christoph, Prof. Dr., LL.M.
Veranstaltungstyp:
Vorlesung
Veranstaltungsart:
online-course
Beginn des Lehrevaluationszeitraums:
Beschreibung:
The course is divided into three parts:

The first part consists of one unit and contains an interdisciplinary introduction to money and currencies. It provides course participants with the requisite know-how for a comprehensive understanding of the economic and legal principles underlying European and International Monetary Law in terms of the history of money, monetary policy basics and the relationship between money and the law. It explains the basic ideas and principles relevant to this course.

The second part consists of five units and focuses on International Monetary Law. Based on a study of the principle of monetary sovereignty and an overview over the historical background of international monetary law (gold standard, founding of the BIS and the IMF, further reforms of the IMF framework in particular during the 1970ies), the core issues of international monetary relations will be examined. Resulting from the interaction between different monetary systems, those issues are: Convertibility of currencies, free movement of capital and payments, choice/establishment of an exchange rate regime, providing adequate international liquidity and the trilemma of monetary policy. Subsequently, the content and scope of the substantive rules governing the institutional design and working of the IMF will be covered in detail. This includes an analysis of the IMF Articles of Agreement with special focus on institutional design and decision-making within the IMF as well as the substantive legal obligations of Member States.

The third and final part consists of eight units and presents a detailed study of European Monetary Law (European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)). Following an outline of the history of monetary integration in Europe and the evolution of the European Economic and Monetary Union, the legal post-Lisbon framework of EMU will be examined, in particular the institutional setup and the substantive legal rules that shape EMU. Finally, attention will be given to the incident that shook EMU to its very foundations: The sovereign debt crisis and the measures taken to fight it by the various actors involved. The course will then conclude with an in-depth analysis of the legality and consequences of crisis-related measures.
Course Registration: https://kurse.vhb.org/VHBPORTAL/kursprogramm/kursprogramm.jsp?kDetail=true&Login=true&COURSEID=7935,63,1008,1
Ort:
nicht angegeben
Semester:
SS 17
Veranstaltungsnummer:
26550
TeilnehmerInnen
I. Content The course "European and International Monetary Law" is aimed at law students, International Economics as well as Governance and Public Policy programs and other studies providing for a specialization in European Law. It provides in-depth knowledge of International and European Monetary Law. The course is divided into three parts: The first part provides for an interdisciplinary introduction to money and currencies. The second part focuses on International Monetary Law and especially monetary relations. The final part consists of a detailed study of European Monetary Law (European Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)). II. Course Organization This course covers a period of 14 weekly lecture hours. It consists of 14 units (Unit 1: Interdisciplinary Introduction into Money and Currencies, Units 2-6: International Monetary Law, Units 7-14: European Monetary Law/European Monetary Union). Every week, one unit will be activated for use. Every unit includes a theoretical script of approximately 10 pages. Additionally, multiple choice and essay questions are provided as a means of self-assessment. After a given period, sample answers to the essay questions will be released. Moreover, the various units contain also suggestions for additional readings, further materials and links. III. Exams At the end of the course there will be a final examination at the University of Passau and an online test for law students from other universities. The final examination for law students, whether in Passau or online, consists of a 30-minute multiple choice test (the exact date will be announced on ILIAS, Stud.IP and the CECIL website). The examination in Passau as well as the online test, will take place at the same time and date. For other degrees there is the possibility to write an essay which may be submitted online (this depends on the specific requirements of the study regulations of your degree course). If the final examination is successfully completed, students will be awarded a credit (?Schein?) which at the University of Passau will count towards the CECIL (?Certificate of Studies in European, Comparative and International Law?) as well as ? within the scope of the Master Courses? study regulations - towards the degrees ?International Economics? and ?Governance and Public Policy - Staatswissenschaften?. Furthermore, it is possible to use the successfully completed final examination to acquire the ?Pflichtfremdsprachenschein? according to § 24 II JAPO (Ausbildungs- und Prüfungsordnung für Juristen). Please register online for the exams via the website of the ?Virtuelle Hochschule Bayern?. Make sure to choose the right exam option. If you wish to write an essay, please contact the course coordinator as this is only optional. Attention! ? Students of the University of Passau have to register via HisQis in addition to the registration via the vhb website! IV. Further Information a) SWS/ECTS The work load of the course corresponds for all studies to two weekly hours per semester/ 5 ECTS. b) Course Duration Registration for the course is open until July 30, 2017. The course itself starts on April 24, 2017 and runs for one semester. First contents such as the general introduction are already made available prior to the starting date.
Lernorganisation:
A list of readings will be made available at the beginning of the Semester.
Anrechenbar für:
Studienangebote in anderen Sprachen > Studienangebot in englischer Sprache
Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät > Master International Economics and Business > Version 1 > Masternote > 279900 | Masterarbeit
Juristische Fakultät > Certificate of Studies in European, Comparative and International Law (CECIL)
Sonstiges:
To get access to the course on ILIAS you first have to register for the course via the website of the vhb: https://kurse.vhb.org/VHBPORTAL/kursprogramm/kursprogramm.jsp?kDetail=true&Login=true&COURSEID=8644,65,1008,1
For further information on the course please visit the website of the vhb or register for the course and check the course page on ILIAS.
ECTS-Punkte:
5
Ende des Lehrevaluationszeitraums:
Literatur:
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Heimatinstitut: Lehrstuhl für Staats- und Verwaltungsrecht, Europarecht, Europäisches und Internationales Wirtschaftsrecht
Angemeldete Teilnehmer: 36
Anzahl der Postings im Forum: 2