- Students are aware of basic definition, history and central actors of global economic relations.
- Students can explain the main relevant economic theories and their differences and the function of trade relations and global labour markets.
- Students can differentiate and discuss between impacts and interdependences of globalisation on local level and intercultural cooperation.
- Students can deduct links between economic processes and migration flows and explain them.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Mathias Czaika, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Barbara Brenner, Dr. Albert Kraler, Mag. Friedrich Altenburg, MSc
- History of globalisation 1492 - 2015
- Economic relations: production, trade and finances
- Political foundations: actors and systems
- Postcolonial theory and alternative interpretations
|Graduation||Certificate of performance|
|Learning formats||Blended learning (dual/hybrid mode)|
|Participation fee||EUR 950.00|
25/11/2021 - 28/11/2021
24/11/2022 - 27/11/2022