LAW 209 – Financial Law

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LAW 209 – Financial Law; Weekly hours: 2+0, ECTS: 4
The aim of this course is to understand the development of financial law, the difference between public and private finance, budget and the importance of budgeting, tax and taxation, public expenditures and public revenues such as the financial policy of the European Union. The main topics are divided into two parts connected with financial law system. In the first part the students would be taught in the first – introductory part of lectures about theoretical cognitions of financial law whereby the emphasis would be on the system of public expenditures and the system of public charges (especially budget as the most important source of financing public charges). In the second part the students would be taught of the public revenue (the most important taxes in EU, Turkey and Macedonia), the legal procedure of taxation, tax evadion and financial institutions in EU.