Budget and Currency EU Law (wykład) - 2018/2019

Course description
General information
Lecturer:dr Piotr Pomorski
Organising unit:Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration - Instytut Europeistyki
Number of hours (week/semester): 2/30
Language of instruction:English
Course objective
Presentation of terminology and sources of European budget and currency law
Presentation of legal norms and economic processes in the field of public finances in the European Union
Presentation of structure and competences of the most important institutions in the sphere of public finance and currency law
Analysis and evaluation of the meaning of public finances within the European Union
Prerequisites
Knowledge of sources of EU law
Knowledge of structure and competences of the most important EU institutions
Basic knowledge of administrative law
Knowledge of English
Learning outcomes
KNOWLEDGE
K_W03 Students know the terminology of the EU budgetary and currency law
K_W04 Students know the sources of the EU budgetary and currency law
K_W08 Students know the institutions of the EU budgetary and currency law
K_W12 Students know basic procedures for the EU budgetary and currency law

SKILLS
K_U02 Students can use the knowledge to interpret financial phenomena
K_U03 Students are able to use the legal concepts in the field of finance and currency law
K_U06 Students are able to analyze the causes and effects of specific legal standards and economic processes
K_U07 Students are able to express themselves orally and in writing on topics related to public finances

COMPETENCES
K_K01 Students are aware of a need to improve their financial skills
K_K02 Students are able to work in a team
K_K07 Students are able to organize their time properly for preparation for tests and exams
Teaching method
Conversational lecture with multimedia presentations
Teamwork
Case study
Legal analysis
Course content description
1. The theory of public finance
2. Functions of public finances
3. Sources of the EU financial law
4. The general budget of the EU
5. Long-term programs (plans, perspectives) of the EU
6. Incomes and revenues of the EU
7. Expenditures of the EU
8. EU budgetary procedure and legal principles
9. Financial relations with Member States
10. The European Central Bank in the sphere of public finance
11. The euro as the official currency of the EU
12. Security and supervision of the currency and budgetary law in the EU
Forms of assessment
Lecture: Oral part: answer to 2 issues given previously in a set
of problems to learn and discuss
Exercises: 2-3 tests within the course
Required reading list
1. M. Tyniewicki, General budget and budgetary law in the European Union, Białystok 2008
2. B. Mucha – Leszko, The Euro. A single currency for reunifed Europe, Lublin 2004
3. Working Papers – The National Bank of Poland, varia

Other materials provided on regular basis, available on the lecturer\'s website
Field of study: European Union Law
Course listing in the Schedule of Courses:
Year/semester:Year I - Semester 2
Number of ECTS credits: 4
Form of assessment: Examination