Master in “Comparative Law, Economics and Finance”

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The “Master in Comparative Law, Economics and Finance” is jointly organised by the University of Turin (Law Department), the University of Eastern Piedmont, the International University College of Turin (IUC), in collaboration with the University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) and thanks to the financial support of the Compagnia di San Paolo.

The Master programme aspires to develop broader, context driven approaches that may equip students with both a sophisticated understanding of the contemporary debates within the legal and economic profession, and familiarize them with the tools for critical analysis.

The Master curriculum includes, inter alia, courses on: Private and Public Comparative Law, Commercial Law, International and EU Law, Comparative Tax Law, Legal Philosophy, Political Economy, Public Finance.

The structure of the programme combines traditional face-to-face teaching classes with seminars, case studies, moot courts and legal clinics.

The Master is specifically suited for students aspiring to develop:
a career in international organisations, public agencies, NGO, or trans-national corporations
a career in research institutions

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