EU Major Policies: Adapting to Change
- Aims : The course presents EU major economic policies in their transformation.
- Course as a part of the study program, brief analysis of the course in comparison to Russian and foreign academic experience : In contrast to most of the courses in Russia and abroad, this course is covering most recent changes in major EU policies, which are of interest to the rest of the world, as the EU appears to be a leader in adaptation to change in many areas.
- Assessment/s – formative, summative: Class attendance and participation in discussion sessions are required. Final grade is calculated from intermediate grades for:
·Class attendance - 0.3;
·Participation in discussions and responses in the class - 0,3;
·Power point presentation on the chosen topic - 0,4;
Basic knowledge of the European Integration (namely the EU policies) and International Economics is a prerequisite. 2-3 years of Bachelor studies on related issues will meet the requirements.