Educational guide
IDENTIFYING DATA 2019_20
Subject ECONOMICS AND EUROPEAN INTEGRATION Code 00512027
Study programme
GRADO EN COMERCIO INTERNACIONAL
Descriptors Credit. Type Year Period
6 Compulsory Third Second
Language
Castellano
Ingles
Prerequisites
Department ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA
Coordinador
GONZÁLEZ RABANAL , NURIA
E-mail ngonr@unileon.es
amacv@unileon.es
Lecturers
GONZÁLEZ RABANAL , NURIA
MACIAS VAZQUEZ, ALFREDO
Web http://
General description In this subject we will go through the main economic policies of the european integration process to analyse how they affect the economic performance of the various member countries of the European Union.
Tribunales de Revisión
Tribunal titular
Cargo Departamento Profesor
Presidente ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA HIDALGO GONZALEZ , CRISTINA
Secretario ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA ALVAREZ FOLGUERAS , CRISTINA
Vocal ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA RODRIGUEZ FERNANDEZ , MARIA DEL PILAR
Tribunal suplente
Cargo Departamento Profesor
Presidente ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA GARCIA ARIAS , JORGE RAMON
Secretario ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA PARDO FANJUL , ANA
Vocal ECONOMIA Y ESTADISTICA VEGA GOMEZ , MARTA MARIA

Competencias
Code  
A6362
A6371
A6403
A6445
A6487
A6546
A6547
A6564
A6569
A6570
B783
B788
B789
B792
B794
B797
B798
B799
C3
C4

Learning aims
Competences
A6362
A6371
A6403
A6445
A6487
A6546
A6547
A6564
A6569
A6570
B783
B788
B789
B792
B794
B797
B798
B799
C3
C4
Identify advantages and disadvantages of european economic integration process and evaluate the impact of decreasing in trade barriors across the creation of common market and monetary integration. In adition, to know why some european countries have decided to take part in EU integration project, and evaluate economic disparities between member States.

Contents
Topic Sub-topic
Part 2: Economic analysis unit 4. Macroeconomic indictators
unit 5. Demographic trends and migration
unit 6 . Labour market
unit 7. Energy and climate change

Part 1: the basis of the UE unit 1. Figures of European Union: A leadership history
unit 2. Knowing the past, understanding the present
unit 3. The complexity of EU machinery: understanding the engine

Planning
Methodologies  ::  Tests
  Class hours Hours outside the classroom Total hours
25 0 25
 
5 5 10
Seminars 15 0 15
Other methodologies 20 0 20
 
Lecture 10 0 10
 
4 10 14
Mixed tests 2 0 2
10 44 54
 
(*)The information in the planning table is for guidance only and does not take into account the heterogeneity of the students.

Methodologies
Methodologies   ::  
  Description
Semminars
learning based on tasks
Seminars
Other methodologies Students will be involved in projects as radio post program or service learning. All of them quite active activities
Lecture According to the general program, students will receive informal lectures about the topics of the subject.

Personalized attention
 
Description
Teacher offer to students a tutorial time during all semester.

Assessment
  Description Qualification
Learning Based on tasks 30%


40%
Mixed tests Tests and others 10%
 
Other comments and second call
<p>Students will be involved in seminars and other activities programned under Jean Monet Module. The attendance to seminars are compulsory to all students and included in learning based on tasks evaluation. Students will be involved in methodology of flipped classroom that means a huge percentage of sefl study and a lot of  practical work in classs  </p>

Sources of information
Access to Recommended Bibliography in the Catalog ULE

Basic , EUROSTAT , ,
  • Bakdwin and Wyplosz, The economics of European Integration, Mac Graw Hill, FERNÁNDEZ NAVARRETE, D. (2007): Fundamentos Económicos de la Unión Europea, Ed. Thomson, Madrid.
  • HITIRIS, T. y VALLES, J. (1999):Economía de la Unión Europea, Prentice Hall, Madrid.
  • JORDAN GALDUF, J.M. (2005): Economía de la Unión Europea, Ed. Civitas, Madrid.
  • www.europa.int
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Other comments
This subject is especially indicated to Erasmus students who want to learn and work with Spanish and English language. This subject is not indicated to those Erasmus students that prefers travel to learning. It is required more than 90% of attendance in classes.