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IELPO is also open to those interested in deepening and/or updating their knowledge in any of the fields covered by the programme.

This short-term training on selected issues from a multidisciplinary approach is aimed 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.

IELPO’s specialized courses (or IELPO ‘à la carte’) will prove attractive to practitioners, civil servants, staff or international organizations and of NGOs as well as to scholars active in international economic law and policy. It may also attract graduate students and other participants with a background in law, economics, political science and/or international relations whose professional interests include international legal practice, economic diplomacy, public sector consulting as well as careers in leading regional and international organizations.

Course Structure

IELPO ‘à la carte’ consists of specialized courses grouped under 7 modules which take place from September to June.

IELPO will accept up to a maximum of 5 students per specialized course. Participants will receive a certificate at the end of the course..

Applications

Applications should be submitted online at least 3 weeks before the beginning of the course. Admissions will be granted on a first-come first-served basis.

Participants will receive a certificate at the end of the course.

Fees

Fees are set at 400 euros for 10 hours of lectures

 

Range of specialized courses

Course Duration Lecturers Period
I.- FOUNDATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Public International Law 12hJan Wouters
12/09/2017 :: 15/09/2017
Macroeconomics in the Open Economy28hRoberto Bouzas
18/09/2017 :: 27/09/2017
Money and the External Sector of the Economy 8hRamon Torrent
10/10/2016 :: 11/10/2016
II.- INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
International Finance: Legal, Economic and Institutional Perspectives20hPatrick Leblond
02/10/2017 :: 05/10/2017
III.- GENERAL THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Essentials of WTO Law20hPeter van den Bossche
23/10/2017 :: 27/10/2017
The Politics of Trade 16hCraig VanGrasstek
17/10/2017 :: 20/10/2017
Commercial Arbitration8hGalina Zukova
25/10/2016 :: 26/10/2016
Treaty Interpretation8hGraham Cook
09/10/2017 :: 11/10/2017
Basic Obligations and Legal Philosophy of Trade in Goods20hLothar Ehring
30/10/2017 :: 03/11/2017
Trade Remedies 20hEdwin Vermulst
06/11/2017 :: 10/11/2017
Trade in Agriculture15hLee Ann Jackson
16/11/2016 :: 18/11/2016
Sanitary and Phitosanitary Measures and Technical Barriers to Trade20hArthur Appleton
21/11/2017 :: 24/11/2017
Rules of Origin 8hStefano Inama
30/11/2017 :: 01/12/2017
Subsidies and Countervailing Measures12hVictor Do Prado
12/12/2016 :: 14/12/2016
Trade Facilitation20hNora Neufeld
Ben Czapnik
Mohammad Saeed
04/12/2017 :: 05/12/2017
Customs Law 8hRoy Santana
28/12/2017 :: 29/12/2017
Trade in Services 20hPierre Sauvé
Hamid Mamdouh
08/01/2018 :: 12/01/2018
TRIPS18hJayashree Watal
11/12/2017 :: 14/12/2017
Trade and Energy 8hRoberto Ríos
23/01/2017 :: 24/01/2017
Trade and Environment12hDaniel Ramos
Ludivine Tamiotti
08/05/2017 :: 09/05/2017
Trade and Development14hShishir Priyadarshi
Jan Bohanes
02/02/2017 :: 04/02/2017
Dispute Settlement: Panel Process16hJames Flett
06/02/2017 :: 09/02/2017
Dispute Settlement: The Appeal10hWerner Zdouc
13/02/2017 :: 14/02/2017
Dispute Settlement Practice12hMaria J. Pereyra
15/02/2017 :: 17/02/2017
Intermediate Summary8h27/02/2017 :: 28/02/2017
IV.- COMPARATIVE REGIONALISM
WTO Legal Framework for PTAs8hJames Mathis
Lorand Bartels
06/03/2017 :: 07/03/2017
Regionalism in the Americas8hBarbara Kotschwar
08/03/2017 :: 09/03/2017
Regionalism in EU8hColin Brown
10/03/2017 :: 11/03/2017
Regionalism in the Eastern Europe8hMax Shmelev
Nicu Popescu
13/03/2017 :: 14/03/2017
Regionalism in Asia8hMichael Ewing-Chow
16/03/2017 :: 17/03/2017
Mega-Regionals10hGary N. Horlick
30/03/2017 :: 31/03/2017
Regionalism in Africa4hDavid Luff
29/03/2017 :: 29/03/2017
V.- INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT
Introduction to Investment8hPierre Sauvé
04/04/2017 :: 05/04/2017
The Converging Strands Between Trade and Investment12hJürgen Kurtz
19/04/2017 :: 21/04/2017
Investment Law20hRoberto Echandi
24/04/2017 :: 28/04/2017
Investment Law II20hFederico Ortino
02/05/2017 :: 05/05/2017
Settling Investment Disputes10h11/05/2017 :: 12/05/2017
VI.- COMPETITION LAW AND POLICY
Competition Policy20 hMartha Martinez Licetti
Graciela Miralles Murciego
06/06/2017 :: 09/06/2017
Competition Law40hChristopher Townley
David Elliott
15/05/2017 :: 26/05/2017
Trade and Competition 8hRobert Anderson
15/06/2017 :: 16/06/2017
Competition Procedures 8hStefan Rating
12/06/2017 :: 13/06/2017
VII.- WORKSHOPS
Workshop on Public Speaking (only for full-time students)4hDiego Gutiérrez
16/01/2017 :: 20/01/2017
International Trade Negotiations and Commercial Diplomacy12hRobert A. Rogowsky
18/12/2017 :: 20/12/2017
Workshop on International Trade Negotiations Simulation 15hMaria Perez-Esteve
Maika Oshikawa
19/06/2017 :: 23/06/2017
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