21 August 2020
Global Financial Governance
Due to the covid-19 outbreak, this course has been cancelled for 2020.
Global financial governance is a growing area that has seen unprecedented interest since the global financial crises that began in 2008 and somewhat abated by 2015. Moreover, the increase in the number of informal and formal regulatory institutions in global finance along with various heads of states meetings suggest that global financial governance is one of the most delicate area that requires knowledge of law, governance theory, and how financial markets and supervision operates. This course introduces students to the regulatory and governance structure of global finance and the role of financial institutions, informal actors and states in understanding how global financial governance works. To this end, the course covers a variety of areas and or emerging critiques on global financial governance.
P. Sean Morris & Alexander Vishinevskiy
Law students and anyone interested in studying international law or has interests in global economic relations.
To enable students to understand the complex legal and governance structure of the international financial architecture while engaging with the core principles of international financial law.
EUR 1500: Fee covers course registration, administration, welcome cocktail, and graduation dinner.