Kraków, Poland

Economic Crises and Complexity

when 1 July 2024 - 12 July 2024
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 650

Participants in the course should be able to describe the main models of currency, economic and financial crises and their causes of them. They should understand the mechanisms of the crises development, the consequences of them and the ways of exiting from the different models of the crises. Special attention will be paid to the last global financial crises in the United States and the European Union. Both crises were characterized by great complexity. Students should not only understand the mechanisms leading to the crisis but also the current situation of the developed countries and the possible scenarios for economic development in the future.

Course leader

Prof. Piotr Łasak, Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Target group

The course is inteded for students of all levels.

Course aim

The aim of the course is to provide students with a general overview of the economic and financial crises.

Fee info

EUR 650: The participant pays fees for:
a) participation in three selected courses with accommodation (7 days) and meals EUR 650
b) participation in three selected courses without accommodation with meals EUR 570
c) participation in three selected courses with accommodation (7 days) without meals EUR 620
d) participation in three courses without accommodation and meals EUR 450
e) each subsequent course EUR 150
f) optional trip EUR 50


No scholarships will be provided.