ES 512 European Economy Select Term:
This course focuses on contemporary economic development, problems and policy issues in Europe. Part One provides a broad understanding of post-war economic development in Western Europe and in the former Soviet Union. Part Two ensures detailed knowledge of four economies: Britain, Germany, France and Eastern Europe. Part Three develop analytical and evaluative skills for examining economic institutions and developments in historical and comparative contexts. The range of contemporary economic problems and policy issues includes the following: (i) uneven development in Europe: success stories and failures and lessons which can be learned from the past. (ii) Globalisation: trade, industrial and capital import strategies in the context of increasing global economic integration. Part Four of the course focuses upon the development, economic policies and institutional framework of European Union
SU Credits : 3.000
ECTS Credit : 10.000
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