All Summer School courses are specifically designed for Bachelor or Master level students. Students benefit from intensive, interactive and interesting courses. The program includes twelve courses with 24 contact hours each. A standard course corresponds to three credit points (ECTS). Past participants/students have consistently evaluated the classes as excellent.


Excellent teaching, high information level, good combination of theory and actual cases.


Bachelor

Spring Semester 2020

10164 Fundamentals of Law and Economics
Prof. Geoffrey Miller (New York University, New York City)
29 June until 9 July 2020

20398 Financing New Ventures
Prof. Sandeep Dahiya (Georgetown University, Washington, DC)
29 June until 9 July 2020

55048 The Artificial Intelligence Economy: Business, Governance, and Society in the Age of Algorithms
Prof. Stephen Weymouth (Georgetown University)
13 until 23 July 2020

50905 Principled Leadership: Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Prof. Edward Soule (Georgetown University)
13 until 23 July 2020

Fall Semester 2020

12756 Negotiations
Prof. Catherine Tinsley (Georgetown University)
3 until 13 August 2020
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this course is postponed to 2021.


Master

Spring Semester 2020

34746 Regulatory Analysis of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices
Prof. Catherine Sharkey (New York University)
29 June until 9 July 2020

48407 Experimental Development Economics
Prof. William Jack (Georgetown University)
29 June until 9 July 2 020

22641 Competitive Strategy
Prof. Jeffrey Macher (Georgetown University)
13 July until 23 July 2020

50886 FinTech, Digital Currency and Blockchains
Prof. David Yermack (New York University)
14 until 23 July 2020

Fall Semester 2020

14333 Business Strategy and Competition Policy
Prof. John Mayo (Georgetown University)
3 until 13 August 2020
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this course is postponed to 2021.

12754 Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions
Prof. Yakov Amihud (New York University)
3 until 13 August 2020

34505 Environmental Law and Public Policy. Risk and Regulation
Prof. John Wargo (Yale University, New Haven, CT)
17 until 27 August 2020