Fourth semester - Zagreb School of Economics and Management

Fourth semester

The goal of this course is to make the students familiar with applying regression methods when analysing economic data. This course contains theoretical and practical aspects of statistical analysis and focuses on the assessment of various econometric models and their interpretations.

The goal of this course is to introduce the students to basic numerical methods and to acquire knowledge in the approximation of real economic problems to simpler and mathematically solvable problems.

The aim of this course is to introduce students to the methods of applying mathematical knowledge in explaining economic theory. Each topic that is covered is illustrated and applied to an economic problem. This gives a new perspective on the observed economic problem, which allows for a better understanding of it. The economic models that are observed are from microeconomic and macroeconomic theory.

This course gives participants an insight into basic terms of financial mathematic and their most important applications in practice. The topics introduce them to the various ways ways in which the system of financial intermediation works, its elements and mathematical techniques which are used to assess the market value of debt instruments.

This course covers basic macroeconomic theory, and covers the following key concepts: Macroeconomic variables and relations between them, Goods and services marked, the financial market, and the labor market, Aggregate supply and demand, the open economy – international trade, exchange rates, balance of payments, interest rate parity, and the influence of expectations on macroeconomic aggregates. These theoretical concepts will be applied through case studies pertaining everyday economic life in Croatia and abroad, and students will engage in discussions on recent local and global macroeconomic developments. This course completes the series four basic economic courses which students must take in their first two years in the undergraduate program.

The goal of this course is to introduce participants to the importance of law for economists and particular legal institutes that operate in different branches of law. This course represents a rounded whole, as students are first introduced to public law through an analysis of the most important determinants of constitutional and administrative law, and then are introduced to the basics of property and obligations law, as well as fundamental institutions in the area of labor law, along with methods of solving conflicts between different business entities. As having a healthy understanding of the basic characteristics of the legal environment is a prerequisite for doing business successfully, learning about law is an imperative for every modern manager.
The connection between law and economics is so emphasized today that there are entire study programs dedicated to it. The aim of the course is to introduce students to the importance of rights for economists and with legal institutes in various branches of law. The course is a rounded entity as it introduces students first to the public legal part of the law through analysis of the most important provisions of constitutional and administrative law, and then introduces them to the basics of property and compulsory law, the basic labor law institutes, as well as to the methods of resolving disputes between companies. This course will enable students to successfully link economic knowledge with relevant knowledge gained from various legal areas, and to become acquainted with legal practice in business operations.

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