Economics is defined as "the study of the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in human society" in the Economist's Dictionary of Economics. The objective is to explain how economies work and how economic agents interact. Simply put, economics is the study of how people choose to use resources including, but not limited to the time, the land, buildings, equipment and the knowledge. It has unique methods for analyzing and predicting individual behavior, along with the effects of institutions such as firms and governments, or clubs and religions.
Economics is divided into two main branches; microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics looks into the behavior of basic elements in the economy, including individual markets and agents (such as consumers and firms, buyers and sellers). For instance, how the change of the price of a good would influence a family's purchasing decisions would be of interest to microeconomics. Macroeconomics, on the other hand, examines the sum total of the decisions made by individuals in a society. Hence it looks into issues affecting an entire economy such as unemployment, inflation, economic growth, and monetary and fiscal policy. As such, how a change in interest rates would influence national savings would be an issue of interest for macroeconomics.
As Russian economy develops, more and more Western companies are expanding their business in Russia or considering a market entry. Therefore they need and will need even more qualified professionals in their quest for the Russian market. Our program aims at providing you with advanced knowledge and expertise of the contemporary Russian business environment and the latest strategies and practices required to do successful business in it.
The Brussels Summer School is centred on the theme of ‘Europe and the World’ which builds upon the academic strengths of the school. Within this context various sub-themes will be also covered, these include migration, the European Union’s (EU) relationship with emerging powers such as China, and the EU’s response to the global economic crisis.
In the spring of 2015, through UCAV´s International Academic Program, we are launching a series of courses to prepare students for their future professional careers. Four International Diplomas will be offered through this program: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM; INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM; INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM; INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.
Focuses on the role played by relative market prices in our society and on the forces of market supply and demand in determining these prices. Since the actions of consumers and firms underlie supply and demand, the course studies in detail the behavior of these two groups.
Qualifying as a professional bookkeeper could see you earn up to £42,000* in a variety of rewarding roles. There are three distinct pathways you can take with your bookkeeping qualification. Either to open up your own bookkeeping practice, work within a large company or process payroll for UK companies.
Choosing to study the AAT Accounting Qualification with ICS will start you on the path to a successful accounting and finance career. Our combined AAT Level 2 Certificate & Level 3 Diploma in Accounting allows you to study the first two AAT qualification levels in one affordable package.
The focus of the Optimization Modeling of Economic Systems course will be on the theoretical and practical aspects of mathematical programming and on the formulation of mathematical models with a primary focus on optimization models. This is a hands-on model building course.
The online Financial Crimes Investigator Certificate blends criminal justice with forensic accounting, giving you the skills to successfully identify and stem the tide of small financial crimes in your workplace before it becomes a tsunami. You will receive college credit for this six-course certificate.
The Global Oil and Gas: Strategy and Management course will analyse the global oil and gas industry focusing on Strategic, financial and business aspects. The course offers delegates an opportunity to explore appropriate management skills and knowledge to undertake leadership roles in the oil and gas industries. The course will explore the major structural changes that are ongoing in the market such as environmental issues, best practices of marketing right through to understanding key accounting and finance practices.
ETU “LETI” International Summer School offers the participants a unique opportunity to gain professional skills in a highly qualified academic environment and to enjoy the magnificent beauty of St. Petersburg.
This module responds to the need to understand the problems of running national and global economies in the wake of a major economic crisis. It starts with macroeconomics, looking at how economies work from global and integrated perspectives. It then moves to microeconomics, drilling down into the behaviour of people, firms and governments.
This course introduces you to the different internal and external elements of a business, helping you to understand the context in which a business operates. It explores common aims and characteristics of business and what makes them different. Business structures, cultures and functions are identified and the political, social, economic, technological and ethical considerations affecting business are introduced.