- Consists of: 7 courses, taught in English and French
- Method: online and on-site (to be agreed with the recipient), flipped learning
- Target audience: government representatives – public servants and diplomats, national, regional and international organizations, entrepreneurs and business community representatives, civil society and non-governmental organizations, public and private institutions
Project management for economists. The course explores project management concepts and best practices and how they are applied in the specific contexts of economist professions.
Project management for lawyers. The course explores project management concepts and best practices and how they are applied in the specific contexts of legal professions.
Strategy and economic analysis of law. The course provides a unique perspective on the application of economic theory to the practice of law, with the goal of advancing the economic understanding of law and its application in the analysis of national and international economic policies.
Economics and Law. The course offers an analysis of legal issues related to the development, promotion and implementation of economic policies, located at the intersection of economic theory and its applications in the real world.
Economics for all. The course introduces non-specialists to the specific elements and information needed to understand the functioning of the economy. It offers a thorough exploration of the principles, practices and consequences of economic activities and policies.
Law for non-lawyers. The course introduces basic legal concepts for everybody (without legal studies) interested in law. It provides an overview of the legal concepts, the nature of the law, its classification, the ways to elaborate and implement the law and the basic principles of legal liability.
Regulation of cyberspace. The course addresses the legal and economic issues related to the use of the Internet and the rules and laws that could govern the Internet, taking into account the uniqueness and specificities of this area due to the international and ethereal nature of the web.