75698 - Public Administration and Tourism Market

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

Industry, innovation and infrastructure Reduced inequalities Sustainable cities Peace, justice and strong institutions

Academic Year 2019/2020

Learning outcomes

The present Course aims to give students an overview of principles and legal institutes of Administrative Law focusing on their practical application to tourism.

In particular, the course shall focus on the main legal topics of administrative law, such as legal entities and public organization in their multiple forms according to founding acts of legislation, liability of public authorities, relationships between public authorities, relationships between public authorities and private undertakings or citizens.

Course contents

  1. The law of public authorities
  2. Legal system and public authority: a constitutional approach
  3. Administrative organization: general aspects
  4. The organization of public bodies
  5. Subjective legal situations
  6. Administrative proceeding
  7. The conclusion of administrative proceedings: the administrative decision and the agreement under public law
  8. Public authorities and civil law
  9. The evolution of Italian administrative judicial system
  10. Administrative judicial remedies


Part I:

Maurizio Michele Cafagno, Diana Urania Galetta, Guido Greco, Margherita Ramajoli, Marco Sica, "Argomenti di diritto amministrativo", volume I, Giuffrè editore, edizione 2017

Part II:

Piera Maria Vipiana, Diritto pubblico del turismo, Pacini Giuridica Editore, last edizione.

Teaching methods

60 hours of lectures and seminars held by experts.

Teaching methods are academic lessons, promoting dialogue and debate with students.

Assessment methods

The exam is composed of two written exams.

The written exams cover Part I and Part II of the course, and aim at evaluating the skills and the critical abilities developed by the students as regards to the administrative law explained during lectures, and their applications to tourism. The written exams consist in 6 multiple choises and 3 “open questions” for each Part and to pass the exams students must obtain a sufficient grade (18/30) for both Part I and Part II.

The final mark is computed as the simple average of the two marks obtained for Part I and Part II, it is out of 30 points, and the minimum mark required to pass the exam is 18 /30.

It is not possible to bring books, personal notes or electronic devices in the exam. Registration for the exam is compulsory, and students have to register through AlmaEsami [https://almaesami.unibo.it/almaesami/welcome.htm] according to the general rules of the School of Economics, Management and Statistics.

Only final marks will be registered on AlmaEsami.

Teaching tools


Office hours

See the website of Anna Cicchetti

See the website of Roberto Manservisi