International Law and the Global Economy (ILE-B)

Course description

Prerequisites for admission: Eligible to apply for admission to this course are Swedish undergraduate law students with a minimum of 150 higher education credits of compulsory courses within the Law Programme as well as foreign undergraduate law students at Stockholm University.

Purpose and content of the course: The purpose of the course is to give the students an understanding of the legal principles and mechanisms governing international economic law (IEcL) – including trade law, investment law, financing law and the law of development – and how they relate to other fields of international law. After the course the students should be able to critically assess and apply the core principles and methodology of IEcL.

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Course title:
International Law and the Global Economy
Semester: Spring term 2019
Study period: 1
Rate of studies: 100%
Credits: 15.0
Language of instruction: English


Course contact:
Course coordinator:
Sara Freeman
Course manager:
Pål Wrange


Chen Kelly
Jaekel Théo
Persson-Österman Roger
Seyad Sideek Mohamed
Sjöberg Gustaf
Wrange Pål
David Langlet
Kaj Hobér
Katak Malla
Pär Hallström
Richard Zajac-Sannerholm
Ulf Edström