Barcelona Competition Economics Summer School

General

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Program Description

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Course list for 2018

Week 1 (June 25-29, 2018)

  • Horizontal Mergers – Theory and Empirics
    Instructors: Albert Banal-Estañol and Christian Michel
  • Competition in the Digital Sector
    Instructors: Juan-José Ganuza, Rosa Ferrer, and Massimo Motta

Week 2 (July 2-6, 2018)
No Competition courses scheduled.

Course schedule

Each course in the Competition program includes 10 hours of lecture time.

The schedule is designed to allow students to participate in both courses in the Competition program. Courses can also be taken individually or in combination with courses in other BGSE Summer School programs, schedule permitting.

Entry requirements

Applicants to all Summer School programs should meet the basic entry requirements.

Certificate

At the conclusion of the Summer Schools, participants will receive a certificate for the number of hours attended. All Barcelona GSE courses require an average of twice the lecture hours for readings, pre-readings and class preparation. Interested students should check with their universities to see if these hours are transferable into ECTS credits.

Last updated Jan 2020

About the School

Barcelona Graduate School of Economics The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics is an institution for scientific cooperation for research and graduate education in economics and the social sciences. ... Read More

Barcelona Graduate School of Economics The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics is an institution for scientific cooperation for research and graduate education in economics and the social sciences. It was founded in July 2006 by four academic institutions (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, CSIC and CREI) whose reputations, faculty, and resources underpin the School and its activities. The Barcelona GSE is also supported by six private institutions: The Agbar Group, AXA Reseach Fund, Banc Sabadell, Caixa de Catalunya savings bank, "la Caixa" savings bank, and the FemCAT Foundation, as well as by the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Catalan Government and the Barcelona City Council. It also receives significant funding from the "Consolider-Ingenio 2010" initiative of the Spanish Government, launched to promote research excellence. Read less