The lecture presents issues related to the European Union as an effective global entity and the main actor on the international scene that has an impact on shaping the EU's external relations with third countries, in particular with the Eastern Partnership countries, international organizations in the scope of achieving the goals of sustainable development, security and raising quality of life of the EU countries' communities.
Lectures are directed to students in the field of international economics, international relations, global business, finance and management, finance and banking, management, quantitative methods in economics and information systems, European studies, economics.
The purpose of this lecture, conducted in English, is to teach foreign undergraduate/graduate students from Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) - including Erasmus students, how the European Union functions within the system of international governmental organizations. International politics cannot be understood without thinking about international organizations, and international organizations cannot be understood without discussing the EU. The lecture covers the law, policy and practice of leading global organizations, indicating their synergies, cooperation and impact in solving and dealing with current instabilities and challenges, as well as their interdependence.
Lectures are directed to students in the field of International Economics, International relations, Global Business, European Studies, Economics it is a compulsory subject. But according to the WSE rules other students can also participate in such course and therefore it can be opened to the students of: Finance and Governance, Finance and Banking, Management, Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information Systems.
The purpose of the lecture addressed to undergraduate students is to present issues related to the EU's financial stability in external and internal EU conditions. The international finance system, innovations on currency markets, derivatives and their impact on the stability of the international financial system will be presented. The aim of the lecture is also to introduce the public accounting and balance of payments system, transfer of crises on international financial markets and their impact on the EU's financial stability (e.g. the crisis in 2007 of Greece).
Lectures are conducted in Polish and are addressed to students of the field International Economics, International economic relations, Global Business, Finance and Governance, Finance and Banking, Management, Finance and Accounting, European Studies, etc.
The course is taught in Polish at Warsaw School of Economics for Bachelor-degree students. The course is dedicated specifically to the issues concerning the place and the role of the EU in the world economy. Moreover, the key global trends and future challenges in the world economy that are important for the EU is discussed as well, e.g. demographic changes, international migration, major economic global players.
The lecture offers an overview of key aspects of world and global economy from interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspective.
Lectures are addressed to students of the field International Economics, International relations, Global Business, Finance and Governance, Finance and Banking, Management, Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information Systems, European Studies, etc.
Course "The budget of the European Union", is devoted to development policy of the EU and its Member States, particularly its financial aspects. The thematic scope of the course cover financial assistance of the EU for solving international economic, social and humanitarian problems, the EU's activities to limit the negative effects of the economic and financial crisis in the Less-Developed Countries and the efforts to prevent eradication by the crisis of the progress towards the Millennium Development Goals that was already achieved. Proposed course also aims at showing the dual role of the EU in the aid system. The course examine the development aid provided by the European Union from the EU budget, the European Development Fund and individual support programs drawn up by the Member States.
The course is taught in Polish at Warsaw School of Economics for Bachelor-degree students.
Lectures are addressed to students of the field International Economics, International relations, Global Business, Finance and Governance, Finance and Banking, European Studies, etc.