Acting in a Multilevel Governance System
History of the EU, institutions and policies, in particular the internal market, EU2020 strategy, economic and monetary union, common foreign and security policy, cooperation in justice and home affairs, stability and growth pact, Europe after Lisbon, outlook on the opportunities and risks for Europe from enlargement.
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
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After successful completion of the course, students can: • present the development of the European Union (EU), to explain it by means of integration theories and to assess the validity of these theories • explain and distinguish between the functions of the EU institutions • explain the main features of the EU's main policies and their development • trace and explain the main decision-making procedures in EU policy areas • interpret the basic contents of the lecture on the basis of the political science models and concepts learned in the previous semester