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Courses to be implemented within the framework of the JMC Project on a yearly basis

Economic Policies of the EU at the FELU, Ljubljana; Slovenia; post-graduate level (in Slovene and in English)

The following topics are being addressed within this course:
  • Evolution of the EU
  • EU law, institutions and decision making
  • EU budget and financial perspectives
  • Microeconomics of European integration
  • Competition policy
  • Trade policy
  • Common agricultural policy
  • Regional / cohesion policy
  • Monetary policy & Economic and monetary union
  • Fiscal policy & Stability and growth pact.
  • Other economic policies (energy, environment, Europe 2020)
The course is on the program in the autumn semester

Financial System and Policies of the EU at the Faculty of Social Science, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia, graduate level
(in Slovene):

The following topics are being addressed within this course:
  • Concept of public finances at the EU level
  • Budgetary arm of public finances at the EU level
    • Medium term financial perspective of the EU
    • Annual budget (expenditure side, revenue side, procedures)
  • Lending arm of public finances t the EU level (EIB)
  • Macroeconomic governance at the EU level
    • Monetary policy and economic monetary union
    • Fiscal policy and Stability and growth pact
  • Micro financial and financial services governance at the EU level
    • Banking sector
    • Insurance sector
    • Capital markets
The course is on the program in the spring semester.

Economic Policies of the EU at the FELU, Prishtina, Kosovo; post-graduate level (in English)

The content of the course – it is offered as a module course – is essentially the same as the one offered at FELU in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Economic Policies of the EU at the UDG, Podgorica, Montenegro; post-graduate level (in English)

At the UDG, Podgorica, Montenegro this is a title of the program area and each year a specially designed module course from within this subject is offered to students.

In the school year 2012-2013, the module course selected from within this program area had a title: “Medium-term financial perspective of the EU for 2014 – 2020 with special reference to IPA II” while in the school year 2013-2014, the module course selected from within this program area had a title: “International Finance: A view from the European Perspective”.

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