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UE 2 15 Winter nie Winter or spring Advanced students Examination: Exam written in English Prerequisites: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and European Integration courses Part one: Sources of the law in the EU, general principles of Fudusze law, primary and secondary law, supremacy and direct applicability in Community law, institutional law, common market law Community trade law, free movement of workers,freedom of establishment, free movement of services, free movement of capital, competition law, European citizenship within an Area of Freedom,Security,and Justice.
Analysis of cases concerning institutional and material law Contact person: Winter or Spring Basic Examination: Attendance and Essay Prerequisites: Purposes and forms of business activity and the role of profit, Managerial capitalism vs.
Idea of civil society 2. Funduse trust or not to trust – social capital 4. Bowling alone – modern observations 5. Above the borders – world of NGOs 6.
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Informal social ties Contact person: Spring Master studies Examination: Microeconomy, Macroeconomy Contact person: Basic definitions bznachowicz field of regional and local development. Determinants of competitiveness and attractiveness of particular regions Policy of regional and local development. Analysis of endogenous and exogenous determinants of regional development in Lower Silesia.
Examples of localization selected investments in Lower Silesia.
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Spring – verano Basic – Fundamentos Examination: Spanish conocimiento de la lengua Tema 1. Las TIC Tema 9. Delta All students todos los estudiantes Course title: Completed basic economics The aim of this short course is to show some problems economists faced in attempting to give scientific explanation of the fundksze of economic globalisation, its expected benefits and threats for developed and developing economies, with special emphasis on the current slowdown in.
From a wide range of problems course will be focused on the global governance problems and globalisation measurement problems.
Proposed by the OECD set of indicators related to foreign direct investment, activity of multinational firms, trade globalisation and knowledge dissemination will be presented. Dr Bozena Baborska 1. Friedrich Ebert Stifung,chosen chapters. The International Economy and the Possibilities for Governance.
The Growth of Nations. Culture, Competitiveness, and the Problem of Globalisation. Allen Lane, The IMF and the World Bank chosen information and commentaries on the year global financial crisis and its consequences for world economy selected from internet. Examination papers or oral exminations Prerequisites: One year of education in economics The course consists of series of lectures presenting social aspects of economic activity, focused on the main trends of contemporary capitalism.
Post-industrial society, consumer culture and consumerism, organizational culture, corporate management and information society, are among the basic topics of the course. Microeconomics This course explains principles of the social-scientific study of religion, with special emphasis on the economic and New Institutional Economics approaches.
Whereas psychologists and sociologists usually interpret religious belief and behaviour in terms of ignorance, irrationality and indoctrination, economists claim that rational self-interest shapes the choices of religious consumers and producers. The course presents economic theories of the interrelation of religion and economic behaviour as well as of the role of religion in contemporary society. Social-scientific and economic approaches to the study of religion, Economic theories of individual religious belief and non-belief, Economics of religious institutions, The influence of religion on markets and economic behaviour, The influence of religion on economic and social outcomes.
Dudley, Religion and Economic Growth: Case study, essay and attendance English Microeconomics and Macroeconomics This course s main goal is to provide the basis for economic analysis of public policy issues and focus on the economic role of the public sector i. The course will start with the general discussion about market efficiency connected with market and government failure analysis. This will lead to the brief description of public and publicly provided goods and finally a public choice theory and the analysis of bureaucracy.
The next major topic will be externalities and its impact on public policy. Within the scope of these theories we will discuss specific policies of public sector: We will finish this part of the course with the analysis of taxation theories.
Last part of the course will be dedicated towards voting and political decisions as basic to all public choices.
Winter or spring beginners Examination: Test written in English Prerequisites: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics Part one: Fundamental concepts, origins and development of the European Communities,European Union three pillars structure,the basis for the EU law European Union s stages of integration,common policies, principle of subsidiarity,institutional structure and decision making processes in the EU,budget of the EC,revenues and expenditures,evolution of the budget,financial perspective ,structural operations, common market benefits and cost trade liberalization,free movement of people,freedom of establishment, competition rules, monetary union cost and benefits history of EMU, three stages of the.
EU reform treaty and the future of the EU Part two: Students will discuss the current problems connected with the main policy areas of the European Community like: Anna Jenik Ali M. Vision of fair development by World Bank. The role of WTO. Priorities of Development Round. The basis of a fair agreement. Special treatment for developing countries. Trade liberalization and its costs Contact person: Stiglitz, Fair trade for all.
Stiglitz, Wizja sprawiedliwej globalizacji. Winter and Spring semester Basic Location: English Principles of International Economics The course will examine the following subjects: Principles of International economics 1. The history of Franchising in the USA 2. Development of Franchising in Europe 3. The definition and different kinds of Franchising 4. Stregthness and weakness of Franchising 5. Franchising in the European law 6. The contents of the Agreement 7.
Legal character of the Agreement 8. Franchising and similar legal solutions 9. Expiry and dissolution of the Agreement Examples of Franchising Networks in Poland Contact person: Two years of education in economics The course examines the social aspects of globalization and consumer culture.
Influence of social postmodernism on post-industrial society. Globalization as a process. Trade agreement, the role of WTO. Intelectual property and its limits. Lifting the resource curse. Reforming global reserve system. Lecture and case study: Winter or spring semester Intermediate Wroclaw Case study, essay and attendance English Microeconomics and Macroeconomics In economics, studies in the field of the industrial organisation consist of the analysis of imperfect competitive markets, i.
Industrial organisation uses microeconomics’ models both static and dynamic as well as the game theory to describe various aspects of firms, industries and markets. The ultimate goal of the course is to discuss the influence of government on markets, exerted to create more competitive structures.
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Throughout the course we will discuss case studies mainly from inwestycyjnf European markets rather then American ones. The course will start with the overview of the theory of firms and costs and the description of different market structures. This will be applied to the analysis of monopolies and monopoly practices.
The course will also discuss concentration in individual markets, entry and exit issues and mergers. The next part of the course will begin from the short overview of game theory and its application to the analysis of oligopolistic behaviour together with funddusze microeconomics tools we will study cartels and the entry in both pricing and non-pricing strategies.
The last part of the course will give an overview of business practices product differentiation and advertising strategies, research and development, price discrimination and vertical relationships and integration. The course will end with the discussion about regulation and deregulation.
Final exam duration – 90 minutes. Discuss the purpose and method of work of economists.