The aims of this course are to: introduce students to the historical process of economic integration and the institutional structure of the European Union; equip students with a thorough grasp of the theoretical basis for the European economic integration process such as common markets and single currency; increase students’ awareness and understanding of current economic issues and challenges facing the Union; allow students to develop economic concepts and analysis that will enable them to form opinions on the future of European integration. At the end of this course students should be able to: identify the major historical phases of the economic integration process in Europe; evaluate and debate the main issues related to the launch of the EURO; demonstrate practical and theoretical understanding of economic and monetary integration by evaluating case studies and making presentations; evaluate the prospect of European enlargement and fiscal integration.
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