Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
Faculty of Business and Economics
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Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management (CTE)
Topic Sub-topic
Unit 1. International Markets and the Law: an introduction 1.1. International transactions
1.2. Operators in international transactions
1.3. The new Lex mercatoria
1.4. Definition and sources
1.5. Enforcement institutions
1.6. Conflict resolution. International Arbitration
Unit 2. Market operators 2.1. Definition
2.2. Multinational enterprises and Groups of companies
2.3. International business organizations: SEs, SCEs
2.4. Contractual enterprise collaboration options: EEA, Joint ventures, etc.
Unit 3. Market operations I 3.1. Contract Law
3.2. Electronic Commerce
3.3. Contracts subject to terms and conditions
3.4. International sales contracts: United Nations Convention on the International Sales of Goods (CISG)
3.5. Incoterms
Unit 4. Market operations II 4.1. Contracts for the international carriage of goods
4.2. Maritime Transport
4.3. Land transport by road
4.4. Land transport by rail
4.5. Air transportation
Unit 5. Market operations III 5.1. International transportation of goods and Insurance contracts
5.2. Land Insurance
5.3. Marine Insurance
5.4. Aviation Insurance
Unit 6. Negotiable and financial instruments 6.1. International Finance
6.2. International payment methods: Negotiable instruments
6.3. Documentary credit
6.4. Bank Guarantees and Standby letters of credit
Unit 7. Rules of international markets: Freedom of competition 7.1. European Competition Law
7.1.1. Prohibited Conducts Collusive Practices
7.1.1. 2. Abuse of dominant position
7.1.2. Mergers
7.1.3. State Aid
7.2. Disciplinary system
7.3. Unfair competition
Unit 8. International Intellectual Property Law 8.1. Intellectual Property Law and its protection
8.2. Industrial inventions: patents
8.3. Trademarks and related rights
8.4. International protection of industrial and intellectual property rights