Traditional economics, classical political economy in historical context, neoclassical and Keynesian theory in historical context, overview of heterodox approaches, social implications, hegemony, current theoretical developments and economic interactions
European Economy and Business Management (English)
Language of instruction
After successful completion of the course, students can evaluate the development of the European Union from an economic perspective and analyse current economic policy issues. Graduates will be able to explain the historical context and conditions of the emergence of different approaches in economic theory. An interdisciplinary approach supports a broader understanding of the historical, political and economic interrelationships of European societies by conveying multiple economic concepts.