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ABSE403: Οικονομικά της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης

Course Contents Introduction to history and institutions History of European Integration Basic facts, law, institutions and the budget Decision making The economics of integration: tools and concepts Introduction to essential microeconomic tools and preferential liberalisation Market size and scale effects Growth effects and factor market integration Economic integration, labour markets and migration Introduction to essential macroeconomic tools EU Micro policies The Common Agricultural Policy Location effects, economic geography and regional policy EU competition policy and state aid policy EU trade policy EU monetary and fiscal policies The European Monetary System The European monetary union Fiscal policy and the Stability Pact The financial markets and the euro   Learning Outcomes of the course unit By the end of the course, the students should be able to: 1 . Explain   how   European   integration   came   about   and   analyse   the   economic   and   political   logic   that led to the creation of the Union. 2 . Identify how micro and macro economic tools can help understanding the logic of integration. 3 . Review the main EU policies and their effects on the economy and society. 4 . Analyse the monetary and fiscal aspects of the European integration process.
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Μαθήματα

ABSE403: Οικονομικά της Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης

Course Contents Introduction to history and institutions History of European Integration Basic facts, law, institutions and the budget Decision making The economics of integration: tools and concepts Introduction     to     essential     microeconomic     tools     and preferential liberalisation Market size and scale effects Growth effects and factor market integration Economic integration, labour markets and migration Introduction to essential macroeconomic tools EU Micro policies The Common Agricultural Policy Location effects, economic geography and regional policy EU competition policy and state aid policy EU trade policy EU monetary and fiscal policies The European Monetary System The European monetary union Fiscal policy and the Stability Pact The financial markets and the euro   Learning Outcomes of the course unit By the end of the course, the students should be able to: 1 . Explain     how     European     integration     came     about     and analyse   the   economic   and   political   logic   that   led   to   the creation of the Union. 2 . Identify   how   micro   and   macro   economic   tools   can   help understanding the logic of integration. 3 . Review    the    main    EU    policies    and    their    effects    on    the economy and society. 4 . Analyse   the   monetary   and   fiscal   aspects   of   the   European integration process.