Courses

New technologies have had a revolutionary impact on the ways of doing business and on the pace of creation, modification and obsolescence of business models. Among other effects, they have dramatically affected the process of building a new venture, the balance between companies’ tangible and intangible assets, and...
Instructor: Caterina Sganga
Credits: 2.0
The course is designed to give a thorough but intuitive overview of the main causes and consequences of underdevelopment in the global economy. The focus will be on country-level analysis, but inequality within countries will also be discussed. Students will be exposed to the role of technology, human capital,...
Instructor: István Kónya
Credits: 2.0
In 2012, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the European Union its famed Peace Prize for having advanced the causes of “peace, reconciliation, democracy and human rights” over the course of seventy years. Today, the very Union appears under threat, as numerous fault-lines caused by the pressures of resurgent...
Instructor: Mate Nikola Tokic
Credits: 4.0
This is an MA course, combining theory and policy, addressing the fundamentals of what remains of the EU after Brexit. It addresses the history, institutional evolution as well as the core policies of the changing structures of the European Union, focusing on those relating to money and decision making on Community...
Instructor: László Csaba
Credits: 4.0
The goal of the course is to introduce the students to the modern Bayesian econometric analysis of macroeconomic models. Although the course contains a set of theoretical examples and analytical derivations, its focus is mainly on the practical implementation. We will work with reduced-form and structural models and...
Instructor: Eyno Rots
Credits: 2.0
The main objective of the course is to expose students to selected topics at the current research frontier of Law and Economics. A secondary aim of the course is to illustrate how economics can be used to shed light on a variety of normative and positive questionsabout legal institutions and the law.
Instructor: Andrzej Baniak
Credits: 2.0
The recent financial crisis and the ensuing slow recovery prompted macroeconomists to substantially enrich their workhorse modelling framework. In particular, the role of financial intermediation is articulated more carefully and more attention is paid to differences in the circumstances of individual actors. The...
Instructor: Tamás Briglevics, Eyno Rots
Credits: 2.0
students will have the opportunity to examine and understand the scope, nature, structure and contemporary meaning of a 20th century economic and societal system: Soviet communism and its development, history, achievements, failures, ideas and crimes. Soviet communism was a historical attempt to resolve the perceived...
Instructor: Lajos Bokros
Credits: 4.0
This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of global political economy – an understanding of howthe international system operates and how it impacts and is impacted by a range of actors: multinationalenterprises, states, international organizations and other non-state actors. The course includes threemajor...
Instructor: Yusaf Akbar
Credits: 2.0

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