Regulatory Policy

Master in Public Policy: Markets and Regulation, semesters 3 and 4

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5 July, 2017

Programme 2017-2018

In accordance with sections 1, 4 and 5 of the Academic Rules and Regulations, (PDF - 179Ko), we remind you that attendance at all classes is compulsory.

Master in Public Policy: Markets and Regulation, semester 2

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17 November, 2017

Master in Public Policy: Markets and Regulation, semester 1

Mise à jour du : 
5 July, 2017

Programme 2017-2018

In accordance with sections 1, 4 and 5 of the Academic Rules and Regulations, (PDF - 179Ko), we remind you that attendance at all classes is compulsory.

Markets and Regulation

General Objective

The policy stream Markets and Regulation is designed to prepare the students to be competent in policy-making with a perspective on how policies are affecting the everyday life of business and citizens. Whether at European or national level, the graduates should be competent to ensure that the policies are efficient and effective. Indeed, it is through the use of regulations, laws and other instruments that governments intervene in the economy in pursuit of their objectives.

Policy streams

In addition to the School of Public Affairs' core courses, students are required to choose one policy stream among the following.