The objective of the program is to provide students with advanced knowledge about the economic effects of divergent laws and to prepare them for a career in public organizations, business or law firms. The MA in Economic and Legal Studies is a full fee-paying program. No tuition waiver or stipend is available.
Microeconomics; Quantitative Methods; Contract Theory; Law and Economics; Introduction to European Contract Law; Introduction to Law and Legal Systems
In addition to meeting the General CEU Admissions Requirements, applicants are required to have earned a BA in economics (or equivalent), and include an additional statement of purpose explaining why they wish to study law and economics.