Law and Economics
Provided by: UMA
Master's degree (EQF level: 7)
he course provides an introduction to “law and economics” (also known as the “economic analysis of law”), i.e. the application of concepts and methods from economics to legal problems. It is offered in collaboration with the university’s economics department. The course starts with the foundations of microeconomic theory, welfare economics and law and economics and then covers selective topics from the three main areas of private law.
spring semester 2023Course start date 2023-02-16Course end date 2023-06-01Language EnglishCredits 6 (ECTS)Engagement hours 180Grading scheme: very good (1,0 - 1,5), good (1,6 - 2,5), satisfactory (2,6 - 3,5), sufficient (3,6 - 4,0), failed (5,0)