International Law and the Global Economy
15 credits cr.
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The purpose of the course International Law and the Global Economy is to give the students an understanding of the legal principles and mechanisms governing international economic law (IEcL), with an emphasis on trade law, investment law and financing law.
The course International Law and the Global Economy is given within the framework of the Master of Laws Programme in International Law at the Department of Law, Stockholm University.
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Besides the legal principles and mechanisms governing international economic law (IEcL), with an emphasis on trade law, investment law and financing law is this course also treating international economic law from an economic and political perspective. This is set in the context of other areas of law, such as environmental law and human rights. The course begins with a short recap of public international law.
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Syllabus - International Law and the Global Economy
Instruction is given in the form of lectures, seminars and practical exercises.
Examination in the course is carried out through active attendance at the seminars as stated in the course description, oral and written presentations, a written examination as well as a home exam.
During the course, registered students will receive additional course information on the Athena learning platform.
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