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The IELPO programme revolves around 7 teaching modules whose aim is to equip participants with in-depth knowledge and the analytical tools required of cutting-edge practitioners in all major fields of international legal and economic governance today.

Regionalism in Africa

IV.- COMPARATIVE REGIONALISM
 

<div>Course structure&nbsp;</div><div>1. Part I: Regional integration in Africa&nbsp;</div><div>2. Part II: Evolution of Africa&rsquo;s trade policy and its&nbsp;</div><div>impact on regional integration&nbsp;</div><div>3. Part III: Domestic policy challenges for African&nbsp;</div><div>countries resulting from regional integration and&nbsp;</div><div>free trade agreements&nbsp;</div>

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Secretaria del Estado de Turismo y Comercio Universitat de Barcelona Departament Economia i Finances de la Generalitat de Catalunya Ajuntament de Barcelona
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