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This course studies the ongoing process of European Integration with a primary emphasis on economics. However, we will also consider institutional and legal dimensions, particularly as they influence the economic integration of the European Union. Our economic analysis in this course relies builds on microeconomic and macroeconomic theory which you should have studied beforehand. Our curriculum closely follows the 7th edition of 'The Economics of European Integration' by Richard Baldwin and Charles Wyplosz (2022). Topics covered include customs unions and the European Single market, labor mobility and migration, the Euro, and many more.
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