About the sections
In most cases, a section works around a certain regional issue and it has a section leader professor who supervises the academic content and group progress. The professor guides the discussions and handles section lecturers and guests.
You can be the member of only one section, yet if you are interested in more, you can apply to up to three sections and signal your preference list on your registration form.
The section deals with the migration within the European community. We are going to observe the current situation involving its volume and its trends, go through the typical motives and strategies of migration, and then examines the push and pull factors that play a part. We will cover how the migration affect the sending countries' labour markets, the medium-term economic growth and the domestic political systems.
We have created a business masterclass which helps a small team of selected students to peek into the future with the help of renowned professionals in 3 key areas of business: finance, marketing and production. Our participants will surely leave with a firm grip on future technologies from 2017 and beyond.
The course intends to drive students through the “whats”, “whys” and “hows” of inequality change in general. It is centered around four major themes in research of income distribution: (I) philosophy and measurement; (II) trends and international comparisons; (III) the sources, drivers and mechanisms of inequality; (IV) perceptions, legitimacy and political economy.
Political populism is on the rise in Eastern and Western Europe as well. There is a value crisis in liberal democracy. Radicalism is also increasing on both sides of the political spectrum: Siriza, Podemos, UKIP, Jobbik just to mention a few. In the meantime, traditional establishment parties are losing support. Our section aims to understand and comprehensively analyze this new wave of populism focusing on Central Eastern Europe.