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This 6-week, 6-credit faculty-led, European-centered program based in Berlin concentrates on the economics of competition policy from a transnational perspective. The two complementary courses, Competition Policy in the European Union (ECON 34582) and European History, Politics, and Society (GE 34241), bring together the areas of economics, history, politics, and culture. Both courses are taught in English. Excursions to various European economic research institutes, policy centers, and museums complement and enrich the coursework. Open to students from across the university majoring in all disciplines.
This program is administered by the German Department. All questions regarding the International Economics Abroad program should be directed to Denise M. Della Rossa (firstname.lastname@example.org), Teaching Professor of German and Director of Undergraduate Studies.