A) Knowledge and understanding:
- Knowledge and understanding of the historical development and the current state of multilevel public law in the national, comparative and European context.
- Knowledge of the forms of state and government in relation to the various configurations of economic constitutions and the variety of models of territorial articulation of public functions.
- Knowledge and understanding of constitutional theory and application problems of financial and fiscal federalism.
B) Applying knowledge and understanding:
- Ability to analyze and critically evaluate federalist processes and dynamics, including secessionist tensions.
- Ability to analyze emerging case studies in practice and to apply the appropriate concepts of internal, comparative and multilevel constitutional law.
C) Communication skills
-Ability to illustrate concisely the main issues of the course
D) Dynamic learning skills
- Ability to understand the connections between different constitutional questions, both theoretical and practical.