Prishtina, Kosovo

International Economics: Central and Eastern Europe Perspectives

when 12 July 2022 - 12 July 2022
language English
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 100

You will explore geopolitical issues which shape economies in Central and Eastern Europe. This course will equip you with advanced analytical skills to understand cause-effect relationships within political and economic systems.

Course leader

Prof. Jakub DoĊ„ski-Lesiuk Prof. Albulena Shala
University of Lodz - Poland

Target group

BA/MA students

Course aim

- International factors that shape political and economic


- To appreciate the role of geopolitics in shaping economies.

- To analyze relationships between political decisions, state

of economy and market development.

- International trade and key factors in recent economic trends.

- The strategic importance of Central and Easterm Europe

for economic security.

- Cross-border logistic systems and strategic state orientations.

- Case study: Kosovo, Balkan States, Visegrad Group, Baltic States, Black Sea States.

Credits info

4 EC

Fee info

EUR 100: Full board - accommodation and food included