Politique économique (Site FUNDP) [30.0]

Economic Policy (FUNDP campus) [30.0]

This aims to analyse and asses economic policies implemented at different levels of power (European, federal, regional) : budgetary and fiscal policy, monetary policy, market regulation, industrial policy, income distribution, competition and the organization of the state. There is a wide variety of approaches : reasoning based on economic theories, case studies, calculation exercises and simulations.


Target audience
This is particularly designed for students interested in a career in the civil service, at European, national and regional level; in private companies with an interest in public policy making such as taxation or regulation ; and in the research and consultation process prior to decisions being taken (e.g. research departments in trades unions, business, banks, political parties and lobbying, government departments and ministerial offices, consultancies and international bodies).
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Mandatory ECON2861

Politique régionale : investissement et emploi (M861 - Toulemonde)  (in French) N.30h 5credits  x 
Mandatory ECON2862

Politique budgétaire et finances publiques (M862 - Bogaert)  (in French) N.30h 5credits  x 
Mandatory ECON2863

Politique fiscale et stratégie des entreprises (M863 - Mignolet)  (in French) N.30h 5credits  x 
Mandatory ECON2363

Politiques européennes de concurrence et de régulation - FUNDP  (in French) N.30h 5credits  x 
Mandatory ECON2364

Politique commerciale et coopération internationale - FUNDP(M875 - J. Ch. Jacquemin)  (in French) N.30h 5credits  x 
Mandatory ECON2834

Economic integration and monetary policy  (in French) N.30h 5credits  x 
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