Teaching

In August 2017 the Jean Monnet Chair team started to offer a series of courses on European integration studies aiming to promote a broad and continuous training in the subject for UFMG students. The main focus are the B.A. in International Economic Relations and the B.A. in Economics from FACE/UFMG, as well as the Graduate Program in Economics of Cedeplar/UFMG.

A study plan on European Integration with a collection of key teaching materials of the main courses offered within the Jean Monnet Chair at the UFMG School of Economics can be founded here.

A set of open access video-lectures on “European Integration History” (in Portuguese) can be found below:

Some of the courses currently offered or already offered are as follows:

ECN208 – Readings in Economic History and History of Economic Thought: History and Politics of European Integration / 60 hours

Professor: Alexandre Mendes Cunha

ECN094 – Economic Blocks and Regional Integration / 60 hours

Professor: Patrícia Carvalho

ECN240 – Political History and Recent Challenges of the European Integration Process / 60 hours

Professor: Alexandre Mendes Cunha

ECN240 – European Union: recent challenges / 60 hours

Professor: Alexandre Mendes Cunha

ECN929 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY: European Economic Thought in the Inter-War Period / 30 hours (Postgraduate)

Professor: Alexandre Mendes Cunha

ECN240: International Economics and Politics in the inter-war period / 60 hours (Bachelor + Postgraduate)

Professor: Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak

ECN094 – Economic Blocks and Regional Integration / 60 hours

Professor: Patrícia Carvalho