Decision making and international negotiation

Course Description

The course explores the complex range of inter-related economic and legal issues that impact international negotiations and decision making on a global scale. The course focuses on negotiations of current issues debated in international arena from an objective and informed perspective in order to reach a successful outcome, create laws and set standards for governments and businesses.

Course aim

Develop innovative and forward-looking approaches to solving global challenges through international negotiations, decision making participation and legal framework creation.

Target group

Professionals interested in examining current affairs and global events in a deeper way and learning how to better shape their forthcoming, directly or indirectly, by economic and legal means of international negotiations and participation in decision making.

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Course delivery

Each module will be delivered through a variety of pedagogical tools, being designed to be interactive and participatory to enable participants to efficiently contribute to course unfolding. It is built on four pillars: concept learning (lectures and presentations), role-playing (simulations/group exercises), experience sharing (roundtable discussions) and exposure to real world situations and policy choices professionals confront.

At the end of each module you will be tested with practice quiz and interactive discussions.

Course certificate

Once you have successfully completed the course, you will receive a certificate of completion.


Scholars Detail

  • Ani Hadjieva Ani Hadjieva Designation: Key Economic Expert Ms Ani Hadjieva is Key Economic Expert and Head of Economic Programs at Geneva Interdisciplinary Centre for Economics and Law. She has more than 20...

Course Feature

  • Date: 07 September 2020
  • Fee: 295 Swiss Francs
  • Type: On-line/Internet Based
  • Participants: N.A.
  • Duration: 5 weeks
  • Skills: No prerequisits
  • Language: English
  • Assessment: Self