02589 - Social Security Law

Course Unit Page

SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Decent work and economic growth

Academic Year 2018/2019

Learning outcomes

The student at the end of the course of social security law is able to understand the main legal institutions that relate to the welfare state, both with reference to social security that to social assistance, as well as to orient themselves in the relevant legislation.

Course contents

The idea of social security in the Italian Constitution and in the European Union Law

The progressive realization of a social security system in ordinary legislation

The social security system: subjects, legal relationship, events protected, taxable base, contributions

Pensions and Social insurance for invalidity

Industrial accidents and occupation diseases

The social security system for the unemployed

Health care

Family allowances

Readings/Bibliography

For attending students the examination can be prepared on the teaching material provided on the dedicated website and on the notes taken in class.

For Non-attending students the examination should be prepared on one of the two following books, according to the limitation indicated as follow (the materials provided in class will be still available):

- Mattia Persiani – Madia D’Onghia, Fondamenti di diritto della previdenza sociale, Giappichelli, Torino, 2018. Excluded chapters 11, 12.

or alternatively

- Maurizio Cinelli – Stefano Giubboni, Lineamenti di diritto della previdenza sociale, Cedam, Padova, 2018.

Teaching methods

Lectures

Assessment methods

The exam consists of an oral examination designed to assess the knowledge acquired by the student and his ability to critical reconstruction of the matter also through the use of an appropriate legal language.

The course of Social Security Law is part of two Integrated Courses:

- of the Integrated Course in Labour And Social Security Law (curriculum Sociology and Social Research);

- of the Integrated Course in Social Security And Criminal Law (curriculum Social Work).

Each of the two Courses of which the two Integrated Courses are composed has its own program, its own cycle of lessons and its own exam test with an evaluation expressed in thirtieths.

The final mark of the Integrated Course is unique, is recorded by the teacher of Social security law and is the result of the average of the marks obtained in the two courses (rounded down for fractions of voting ranging between 0.1 and 0.4 and rounded up for fractions of vote between 0.5 and 0.9).

The grades for the single courses of the Integrated course are kept for two academic years.

Teaching tools

Teaching material provided on the dedicated website

Office hours

See the website of Anna Montanari