The Austrian economic system (economic policy institutions, economic and social partnership etc.) The EU as implementer of economic policies (stability and growth pact, the Lisbon Strategy etc.) The new political economy The employment market policy Competition and structural policies Growth and environmental policies Taxation and social policies Monetary and currency policies Economic policies at the international level (WTO, OECD, World Bank etc.) Competing economic policy measures Diverse economic schools, neo-liberalism
European Economy & Business Management (Bachelor)
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After completing this course, the students should be able to answer and critically analyse the economic and political conditions and questions about current national and international economic situation (economic growth, unemployment, monetary policy, etc.).