Courses

* Courses can be subject to change based on student needs and interests

** Please click on each course to check whether it is mandatory or elective for GER students, as course types may differ from Economic Policy program's classes

*** For courses offered by International Relations Department please click here.

Asian Political Thought Indrė Balčaitė 2.0
Banking and Financial Institutions- BS Peter Szilagyi 1.5
Colonialism and Postcolonialism Prem Kumar Rajaram 4.0
Competition Policy: Economics in Applying European Competition Law Gergely Csorba 3.0
Concepts and Theories of World Politics Xymena Kurowska 4.0
Consumer and Firm Behavior Anand Murugesan 2.0
Contract Theory and Property Rights Ugo Pagano 2.0
Corporate Finance and Risk Management- BS Peter Szilagyi 1.5
Corporate Governance Almos Telegdy 2.0
Critical Security Studies Paul Roe 4.0
Culture and Religion as a Source of Conflict in Contemporary Europe Kristina Stoeckl 2.0
Data Analysis for Economic Policy 1 Gábor Kézdi 2.0
Data Analysis for Economic Policy 2 Gábor Kézdi 2.0
Data Analysis for Economic Policy 3 Gábor Békés 2.0
Democracy between Crisis and Transformation: Normative and Institutional Perspectives Nenad Dimitrijevic
Tamas Meszerics
4.0
Diaspora Politics and Transnational Terrorism Mate Nikola Tokic 2.0
East Asia in International Relations Youngmi Kim 4.0
Economics of Regulation Gergely Csorba 2.0
EU Enlargement and Neighbourhood Policy Péter Balázs 4.0
EU Law Marie-Pierre F. Granger 4.0
Fiscal Policy in Practice Balázs Romhányi 4.0
Fixed Income Analysis- BS Peter Szilagyi 1.5
Global Economy: Emergence and Current Issues #1 Julius Horváth 2.0
Global Economy: Emergence and Current Issues #2 Gerardo Della Paolera 2.0
Global Financial Markets Adam Zawadowski 4.0
Global Stage And Its Subjects: International Theory Meets Intellectual History Alexander Astrov, Jens Bartelson, Iver Neumann, Erik Ringmar 4.0
Health Economics Anikó Bíró 2.0
Health Policy Peter Mihalyi 3.0
International Economic Policy Jacek Rostowski 3.0
International Environmental Law and the North-South Divide Carmen G. Gonzalez 2.0
International Humanitarian Law for Public Policy Students Kirsten Roberts Lyer 2.0
International Political Economy Zbigniew Truchlewski 2.0
Intervention in Action: Sudan and South Sudan Daniel Large 2.0
Introduction into Quantitative Methods: Mathematics Gábor Révész 0.0
Introduction to Data Analysis for Economic Policy Gábor Kézdi 0.0
Labor Economics John Sutherland Earle
Almos Telegdy
2.0
Microeconomics for Economic Policy 1. Alessandro De Chiara 2.0
Nationalisms and Islamisms of the Contemporary Middle East Hannes Cerny 4.0
Network Science László Barabási 2.0
New Era of Fiscal Councils: The Case of Europe Ludovit Ódor 2.0
Political Economy of the EU László Csaba 4.0
Security and Strategic Studies Paul Roe 4.0
Social Movements, Contentious Politics, and Democracy Béla Greskovits 4.0
Terrorism and Counter Terrorism Nick Sitter 4.0
The Economics of Underdevelopment István Kónya 2.0
The Global Politics of China Daniel Large 2.0
The Internet & Human Rights Cameran Ashraf 2.0
The Politics of South-South Development in Africa Daniel Large 2.0
Transition Economics Lajos Bokros 4.0
Unwritten IR Alexander Astrov 4.0
War, Peace, and Nation Building in Iraq Yahya Sadowski 2.0
What is diplomacy? Alexander Astrov 4.0