12 July 2024
This course offers an in-depth look at productivity in several European countries. The course will first introduce various measures of productivity, including gross domestic product and per capita gross domestic product. These measures will be used to compare and contrast economic well-being amongst European countries as well as analyze the numerous causes and consequences of variation
in economic well-being.
Amelia M. Biehl, Visiting Professor, Florida Gulf Coast University (USA)
Upper-undergraduate & Graduate students
Young professionals welcome.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
• understand various measures of economic well-being, including gross domestic product (GDP)
and per capita GDP
• be able to interpret and analyze country-specific GDP data
• understand the causes of economic growth
• understand why some European countries have higher economic growth rates than others
4 ECTS / 2 US
EUR 600: Tuition fee: 700€ for free movers. 100€ discount on tuition fee if you complete your application before March 15, 2024.
No tuition fees for students nominated by a partner university.
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EUR 100: Admin fees: 100€ for all students (non refundable)