The IELPO programme revolves around 7 teaching modules whose aim is to equip participants with in-depth knowledge and the analytical tools required of cutting-edge practitioners in all major fields of international legal and economic governance today.
This module aims to provide the diverse student body with a rigorous understanding of the key underlying concepts and principles of public and private international law, economics and Policy Economy.[ More Information]
This module explores the legal foundations on which global capital markets operate, the evolving architecture of international finance as well as key issues on the global monetary and financial policy agenda.[ More Information]
The IELPO’s third module devotes considerable attention (11 weeks) to the study of International Trade, exposing students to an in-depth, panoramic, treatment of international trade relations and the legal and economic forces shaping their governance at the multilateral level.[ More Information]
This module will provide students with a law and economics understanding of the recent proliferation of preferential trade and investment agreements.[ More Information]
This module will explore the proliferating web of legal instruments governing cross-border investment activity and capital movement at the bilateral, regional and multilateral levels.[ More Information]
The module features two sub-modules dealing with the economic, legal and institutional dimensions of competition law and policy and the evolving architecture of cooperation mechanisms and legal instruments.[ More Information]
The Workshops aim at preparing students to handle real negotiations in the area of public international affairs, including negotiations in multilateral and regional environments, as well as public vs. private negotiations. The context of the negotiations will be the World Trade Organization (WTO), a regional agreement between developed and developing countries, and foreign investment in a developing country.[ More Information]