MA in Global Economic Relations

* 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

(De)Militarisms Ben Schrader 4.0
Business Economics Marc Kaufmann 2.0
Concepts and Theories for Understanding World Politics Michael Merlingen 4.0
Corporate Governance Almos Telegdy 2.0
Courts as Global Policy Actors Marie-Pierre F. Granger 4.0
Critical Security Studies Paul Roe 4.0
Dark Legacies: Coming To Terms With Europe’s Twentieth Century Thomas Fetzer 4.0
Data Analysis 1a: Foundation of Data management in R (part-time) Gergely Daroczi 2.0
Data Analysis 1b: Foundation of Data management in Stata (full-time) Gábor Békés 2.0
Data Analysis 2: Foundations of Statistics Arieda Muço 2.0
Data Analysis 3: Pattern discovery and regression analysis Gábor Békés 2.0
Economic Nationalism Thomas Fetzer 4.0
Economics of Law Andrzej Baniak 2.0
Energy Markets and Innovation Policies Michael LaBelle 2.0
Energy Markets Lab Michael LaBelle 1.0
EU Security Policy Michael Merlingen 4.0
EU Security Policy Michael Merlingen 4.0
Europe in Crises: Integration under International and Internal Threat Daniel Izsak 4.0
Finance (full-time) Peter Szilagyi 2.0
Finance (part-time for MSc Finance) Peter Szilagyi 2.0
Fiscal Policy in Practice Balázs Romhányi 4.0
Foreign Policy Analysis Erin Kristin Jenne 4.0
Foundations of the Contemporary International System, 1815 – 1920 Mate Nikola Tokic 4.0
Global Economic Inequalities Thomas Fetzer 4.0
Global Economy: Emergence and Current Issues Julius Horváth
Gerardo Della Paolera
Health Policy Peter Mihalyi 4.0
Hierarchies in/of World Politics Michael Merlingen 4.0
History of Economic Thought Julius Horvath 2.0
Illiberal Capitalism László Csaba 4.0
International and European Refugee Law Boldizsár Nagy 4.0
International Economic Policy Jacek Rostowski 3.0
International Economic Policy Seminars László Mátyás 2.0
International Political Economy Andrew X. LI 4.0
Introduction to Quantitative Methods: Mathematics Gabor Revesz 3.0
Key Concepts of Russian Foreign Policy reshetnikov_anatoly 4.0
Labor Economics Andrea Weber
Almos Telegdy
Macroeconomics and Public Finance Lajos Bokros 4.0
Macroeconomics Policies and Institutions George Kopits 2.0
Making Everything ‘Great Again’: International Relations Theory Alexander Astrov 4.0
Nationalism, Populism and Ethnic Conflict Management in Eastern Europe Erin Kristin Jenne 4.0
Political Economy of Development Xiang Li 4.0
Political Economy of International Money Julius Horvath 4.0
Public International Law in a Turbulent World Boldizsár Nagy 4.0
Research Design and Methods in IR Anatoly Reshetnikov, Andrew X. Li 4.0
Research Design and Methods in IR II Anatoly Reshetnikov, Xiang Li 2.0
Strategy, Security, and Contemporary Warfare Paul Roe 4.0
The Economics of Underdevelopment István Kónya 2.0
The Israeli Palestinian Conflict from a Global Perspective Yoav Galai 4.0
The Other in European History and Politics Mate Nikola Tokic 4.0
The Political Economy of the European Union László Csaba 4.0
Transition Economics Lajos Bokros 4.0