As a part of the project implementation, several modules will be thought that either in their entirety or in part will be aligned with the project’s goals and objectives. These courses include, Business in the European Union (IB 3008), International Business Law (IB 4238), Lobbying in the EU. In addition, EU-related content will be taught in the following modules: Contemporary Issues in International Business (IB 3199) and EU Economic and Funding Policies (IB 4118).
There is a direct positive correlation between economic integration in the EU, the single market and business opportunities in the EU. The impact of European integration on business is so pervasive that no business activity in the EU member-states remains unaffected by the functioning of the single market. By means of a thorough overview of the EU institutions and policies, this course equips students with the knowledge necessary to recognize the opportunities with regard to conducting business in the European Union.
Public and private international law and their implications for business. Focus on sales contract, dispute resolution, competition rules and their impact on business both in the international and European context. Fundamentals of the WTO legal framework.
Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) explained through the lense of the Optimum Currency Area (OCA) Theory. Comparative analysis of the US as a currency union and the Eurozone. The role of economic policies and cohesion policy in view of reducing the occurrence of asymmetric shocks. Implications for business.
Current issues influencing international business, including, but not restricted to globalization, economic integration and trade liberalization, key actors involved in international business and ethical challenges in international business.