The Economics of European Integration

15 points



Since the Treaty of Rome in 1957, the European Union (EU) has grown from a small customs union with six member states to become the largest integrated market in the world, with 28 members, more than 500 million citizens and a combined gross domestic product larger than that of the United States. This course provides an economic analysis of the processes and policies, which have driven Europe's economic and political integration, exploring the implications of a single market in which goods and services, labour and capital can move freely.


Any 30 points at 200 level from ECON or EURA, or
any 60 points at 200 level from the Schedule V of the BA.


EURO 339, ECON339.

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Recommended Preparation

ENGL117 or an essay-based course.