The international economic law course focuses on three major sectors relating to the legal dimension of the economic relationships among States namely 1) trade law, 2) investment law, 3) financial law. These three areas are examined through the prism of the two main approaches that are currently interacting within the international realm, that is multilateralism and preferentialism. The objective of the course is to illustrate and discuss the similarities and differences between these two approaches, especially by looking at the policies enhanced by the European Union (EU).
Expected learning outcomes
Lesson period: Second trimester
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