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Aix-en-Provence Bologna Haifa Hamburg
Mumbai Rotterdam Vienna Warsaw

Thesis supervision in Haifa:

Students are expected to contact the supervisors and the supervisors are expected to respond within a reasonable time and meet the student for discussion during the local academic year unless they are unavailable for such a meeting. Supervisors have discretion whether to read drafts of the papers if the students ask them to do so.

 

International Intellectual Property and Innovation:

- The Propensity to Patent by Developing Countries
- Endogenous Growth Theory and the role of Intellectual Property
- The Political Economy of the TRIPS Agreement
- IP and innovation

Public International Law:

- The United Nations Security Council Voting Procedure: Empirical Findings
- Institutional Theory of the International Criminal Court (ICC)

Constitutional Law and Economics:

- The Rule of Law under Extreme Condition

Criminal Law and Procedure:

- Why doesn't Harsher Sentence Increase Deterrence - An Economic and Behavioral Analysis
- Comparative Economics of Plea Bargaining
- An Economic Analysis of Sentencing Guidelines
- Economic Analysis of Protection of Privacy in the Criminal Process

Competition Law:

- Aggregate Concentration: What legal tools do we have to deal with it?
- Merger policy in developing jurisdictions
- The culture of competition in a specific jurisdiction and its effect on competition law enforcement



Other Topics in Bankruptcy Law, Corporations, Local Government, Privacy Law and Tort will also be considered.

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Students Voices

Karsten Kamps

 

"Having a background in Philosophy and Economics, I was very keen on deepening my knowledge of the legal environment of markets and the way it functions. EMLE was the perfect fit. As a program that employs the analytical and rigorous economic approach while at the same time paying tribute to legal complexities, EMLE is not only interesting and academically challenging but also seeks to develop its students 'practical understanding' of how the economy and legal sphere work. This combined with the instruction of leading scholars in the field and a motivated as well as a gracious international student body rounds out the program perfectly. Overall, this makes me feel well-prepared for my PhD studies in the area of the economics of international law."
 
Karsten Kamps
(Germany)
 
[EMLE Student 2015/2016]