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    European Economic Policy (2016)

  • European Economic Policy (2016)

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    European Economic Policy (2016)

         

    Teaching Faculty

    Judith Catherine Clifton

    Departament of Economy

        

       

       

       

       

    This course encourages students to reflect on the economic theory which gives rise to a range of possible economic policy options for European Union countries. It studies the implementation of economic policies and their consequences from an international perspective. From 2015/2016, this course is a Jean Monnet Module and will introduce innovative teaching methods. Students will participate in the EUCitizensLab and analyse for themselves the effects of policy on EU citizens. They will convert their results into a EUPolicyVideo for uploading on YouTube.

       

    Keywords

    Single Market, Evaluation of Public Policies, Services of General Interest, Citizens, Satisfaction, European Integration, Economic Policy, European Union, European Institutions

    • Course Details

      Course Details

       

       

      Course Information

      • Course: European Economic Policy

      • Code: G1639

      • Department / Unit: Department of Economics

      • Degree / Master’s: Degree in Economics

      • Faculty: Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales

      • ECTS credits: 6

      • Language of instruction: English

      • Instructor: Judith Catherine Clifton

        

       

       

          Course structure    

         

      Unit I. Introduction to EU economic policy

      • Introductory lecture. The Jean Monnet Module, purpose, objectives, expectations.

      • Topic 1. The origins, evolution and contemporary state of EU economic policy.

      • Topic 2. The makers of EU economic policy: the EU institutions and their roles.

         

      Unit II. The economic policy in the EU

      • Topic 3. EU economic policy since Lisbon.

      • Topic 4. Contemporary EU policy and economic governance: Who should govern where, why and how?

         

      Unit III. Spotlight on Core EU economic policy competences

      • Topic 5. Single market.

      • Topic 6. Competition.

      • Topic 7. Liberalization and deregulation.

         

      Unit IV. Evaluating EU economic policy

      • Topic 8. Traditional approaches to evaluating policy.

      • Topic 9. New approaches to evaluating policy: A citizen perspective.

      • Topic 10. Why insights on satisfact.

    • Readings

      Readings

        

       

          Required reading list    

       

       

       

       

          Suggested additional reading    

        

    • Lecture Notes

      Lecture Notes

       

        

      • MC-F-001. Introduction to Jean Monnet Module.
      • MC-F-002. Topic 1. The origins, evolution and contemporary state of EU economic policy.
      • MC-F-003. Topic 2. The makers of EU economic policy: the EU Institurions and their roles.
      • MC-F-004. Topic 3. EU economic policy since Lisbon.
      • MC-F-006. Topic 6. Competition policy.
      • MC-F-008. Topic 9. New approaches to evaluating policy: a citizen perspective.
      • MC-F-009. Topic 10. Why can studies on satisfaction and behaviour help us design european policies?
    • Laboratory Work

       

        

    • Assessment

      Assessment

        

        

          Assessment criteria    

          

       

      ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA "EUROPEAN ECONOMIC POLICY"

       

      Description

      Type

      Final assessment

      Retake option

      %

      Final exam

      Write exam

      No

      Yes

      40%

      • Minimum mark: 5,00.

      • Duration:

      • Date: Día establecido por la universidad.

      • Condiciones recuperación: Examen final.

      • Observaciones:

      Coursework

      Coursework

      No

      Yes

      40%

      • Minimum mark: 5,00

      • Duration:

      • Date: Durante el curso.

      • Retake conditions: Examen final.

      • Comments:

      Practical classes

      Other

      No

      Yes

      10%

      • Minimum mark: 0,00.
      • Duration:
      • Date: Durante el curso.
      • Retake conditions: Examen final.
      • Comments:

      Participación en clase

      Otros

      No

      No

      10%

      • Minimum mark: 0,00.

      • Duration:

      • Date: Durante el curso.

      • Retake conditions:

      • Comments:

         TOTAL

      100%

      COMMENTS:

      • Los alumnos/as pueden optar a entregar el Trabajo de Investigación escrito en Inglés o Castellano.

      • El plagio no es tolerado y resultará en suspenso automático en todos casos.

      • Para los alumnos/as que se evalúen exclusivamente por el Examen Final: el Examen Final representará el 90% de la nota. Estará compuesta de:

        1. Un tipo test (40%).

        2. Pregunta(s) abierta(s) sobre los contenidos de esta asignatura (50%) disponibles en apuntes de clase, material en aula virtual, y en la bibliografía del programa (básica y complementaria).

      COMMENTS for part-time students:

      • Para los alumnos/as de tiempo parcial que se evalúen exclusivamente por el Examen Final: el Examen Final representará el 100% de la nota. Estará compuesta de:

        1. Un tipo test (40%).

        2. Pregunta(s) abierta(s) sobre los contenidos de esta asignatura (60%) disponibles en apuntes de clase, material en aula virtual, y en la bibliografía del programa (básica y complementaria).

    • Syllabus

      Syllabus

       

        

      • PDF-icon  Here you can download the Syllabus in PDF format.

    • About the Professor

      About the Professor

       

       

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      Judith Catherine Clifton

       

      Departament of Economy

      UNIVERSIDAD DE CANTABRIA
       
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