International Economic Organizations

Course Description

The course provides participants with comprehensive,
historical, institutional, and functional analysis of the development of international economic organizations.
Participants learn how international economic organizations function and become familiar with the procedures, mechanisms, principles and rules that structure their governance in the current global context.

Target group

Individuals interested in the international economic organizations and aspiring to apply their knowledge to develop strong and effective business connections and projects with public institutions.

Course aim

To discuss and critically assess a variety of international economic organizations, offering the conceptual tools to analyze the effectiveness of their activities and identify possibilities of reform.

Course structure

Module 1 – Overview of International Economic Organizations

Module 2 – UN System and Non-UN International Economic Organizations

Module 3 – IEOs and trade issues

Module 4 – IEOs and development issues

Module 5 – International Financial Organizations

Course certificate

At the end of the course participants will receive a certificate.

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Scholars Detail

  • Dr. Octavia Cerchez Dr. Octavia Cerchez Designation: Head of Research Dr Octavia Cerchez is Professor and Head of Research at Geneva Interdisciplinary Centre for Economics and Law. She has more than twenty years experience in the formulation...

Course Feature

  • Date: 15.11.2017
  • Fee: 900 CHF
  • Type: Salle de cours
  • Participants: 26
  • Duration: 24 heures sur 4 semaines
  • Skills: Pas de prérequis
  • Language: Français
  • Assessment: Soi-même