ES 514 Economic Policies in the EU Select Term:
The basic approach is to provide detailed knowledge of European Economic integration after the Second World War. Starting from Treaty of Rome in 1957 until today. Specific topics covered include theories and practice of European economic Integration: Customs Union, Single European Market, European Monetary Union, EU institutions (European Investment Bank, European Central Bank) and economic policy-making processes, CAP, social and regional policies and so on. The EU as international actor; the EU's difficult economic relationship with the USA and the rest of the world; the impact of the EU on UK's, Germany's national macroeconomic policies.
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 10.000
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