The course is open for:
- Students enrolled in all Masters Programmes, however, this course is especially recommended to students enrolled in the Master in International and European Public Law and students enrolled in the Master in Commercial and Company Law.
- The students participating in the Erasmus Programme (also at bachelor level).
Lecture 1: International trade: economic logic – exchange
Lecture 2: International trade: theorem of comparative advantages & Free trade, protection, tariffs
Lecture 3: International trade: stages of integration
Lecture 4: Federalism
Lecture 5: Federalism + Rent-seeking
Lecture 6: Regulatory competition as a means of economic integration
Lecture 7: European competition policy
Lecture 8: European Financial Integration
Exam and resit
Method of examination: Written exam with open questions.