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Doglas Nunes de Sousa
The aim of this module is to qualify students for institutional analysis, enabling them to transfer theoretical knowledge to empirical cases and further their skills in assessing comparative advantages and disadvantages of national and regional economies.
We analyse how history and politics have shaped the economic structures of European economies and the impact of these policy choices in the global economy.
Prof. Dr. Uwe Puetter
We discuss how EU institutions respond to major contemporary policy challenges: a financial crisis, war, or the climate emergency. Why do they succeed or fail in forging a common EU response?
Prof. Dr. Christiane Reinecke
This is a course concerned with the impact of past transformations on current constellations: We explore how processes like decolonization, European Integration, and the Cold War changed European societies in the long 20th century.
Prof. Dr. Marcel Smolka
Economic globalization makes the world a richer place, but it also creates winners and losers. This course combines leading economic theories with recent empirical evidence to shed light on these issues.