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University of Economics in Bratislava

University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia offers the most complex economic and managerial education on all three levels of education for more than 13 000 students. The University of Economics in Bratislava (UEB), established in 1940 as the Slovak Higher School of Commerce, is one of the most...

University of Erfurt

The University of Erfurt is a reform university for the arts and humanities with a particular focus on cultural and social sciences. The close ties between the Faculty of Philosophy; Faculty of Education; Faculty of Economics, Law, and Social Sciences; Faculty of Catholic Theology; and the Max...

University of Essex, Department of Government

The Department of Government at Essex is a leading international institute in many areas of politics and offers a diverse range of courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Our political science research is rated top in the UK and is seen as world-leading in many areas. The department...

University of Florence, PhD programme in Development Economics

The PhD programme in Development Economics is a curriculum of the University of Florence's PhD in Economics. It aims at providing students with the methodological tools necessary to analyse the social and economic structures and political institutions of developing countries, their evolution...

University of Glasgow, Centre for Development Studies

The Centre for Development Studies (CDS) is a leading institution in the UK for postgraduate study and research in the area of development studies. The centre is a multi-disciplinary group that crosses subjects such as Economics, Accounting & Finance, Central & Eastern European Studies,...

University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law

Sweden and the Swedish business world have had a great deal of international success over the past 100 years. A couple of important factors of success include understanding and respect for other cultures and human context, which results in the realization that there are no general solutions to...

University of Graz, Graz Schumpeter Centre

The Graz Schumpeter Centre is named after the famous Austrian social scientist Joseph A. Schumpeter, who taught and did his research in Graz from 1911 to 1921. It provides a platform of international cooperation and reach for young scientists, working on innovative and socially relevant topics.

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