Advanced Certificate in International Political Economy (ACIPE)
International Relations, Political Science, Public Policy, Economics and Business, Sociology and Social Anthropology. Participating departments will allow ACIPE students to earn the credits in line with the requirements set out below.
In order to receive the certificate together with the degree proper, the following requirements need to be fulfilled:
1. Admission to one of the participating departments.
2. 1YMA: ACIPE students must take 4 mandatory credits and obtain 6 further elective credits from the approved annual list of ACIPE courses. 2YMA: ACIPE students must take 4 mandatory credits in the first or second year of their studies and obtain 10 further elective credits over the course of both years from the approved list of ACIPE courses.
3. ACIPE students must write their thesis on a topic related to International Political Economy, and the topic should be approved by the Director of ACIPE [Dora Piroska].
4. Participation in lectures, special seminars, and workshops organized at CEU by the ACIPE is required. Attendance and participation will be considered part of the student’s overall performance.
Advanced Certificate is issued as a diploma supplement and signed by both Program Director and the Rector. Qualified graduates receive ACIPE certificates from the registry office together with their CEU diplomas and final transcripts.
List of courses AY 2023/24
Core course (Fall 2023)
Introduction to International Political Economy (Dora Piroska, IR), 4 credits
Elective courses 2023/24
The Political Economy of the European Union (Laszlo Csaba, IR), 4 credits
Worldly philosophers of capitalism (Bela Greskovits, IR), 4 credits
Geoeconomics (Thomas Fetzer, IR), 2 credits
Europe in Crises (Daniel Izsak, IR), 4 credits
The Social Shaping of World Order (Mary Kaldor, IR), 4 credits
Globalization and Global Inequality (Miranda Wu, SOCL), 4 credits
The Rise and Fall of Development (Andreas Dafinger, SOCL), 4 credits
Welfare States in the current era (Imre Szabo, POLS), 4 credits
Gendering Illiberalism (Andrea Peto, GENS), 4 credits
Gender, Labor Markets, Neoliberalism (Eva Fodor, GENS), 2 credits
GPJ: Environmental Governance, Politics and Justice (A. Antypas / T. Steger, ENVS), 2 credits
Soviet Empire: The View from Central Asia (Charles Shaw, HIST), 2 credits
Society and the Energy Transition (Michael LaBelle, UWC), 2 credits
Infrastructure, Im/mobility and the Environment (Johanna Markkula, SOCL), 4 credits
IPE of Digital Everything (Dora Piroska, IR), 4 credits
Global Political Economy of Eastern Europe (Dora Piroska, IR) 2 credits
Political Economy of Development (Valentin Seidler, IR), 4 credits
Illiberal Capitalism (Laszlo Csaba, IR), 4 credits
Politics of International Money and Finance (Dominik Brenner, IR), 2 credits
Welfare States and Gender under Undemocratic Rule (Dorottya Szikra, GENS), 2 credits
Corruption and Global Governance (Agnes Batory, DOPP), 2 credits
Politics and Policies of Development Aid (Thilo Bodenstein, DOPP), 2 credits
The Political Economy of Non-Democracies (Cristina Corduneanu-Huci, DOPP), 2 credits
AGEG: Advanced Topics in Global Environmental Governance (A. Antypas, ENVS), 2 credits
Labor History in Global Perspective, 19th to 21st Centuries (Susan Zimmermann, HIST), 4 credits
Global History of the Cold War (Mate Tokic, HIST), 2 credits
The Future of Work - Challenges for Politics and Policy (Imre Szabo, POLS), 4 credits
Colonialism/Postcolonialism (Prem Kumar Rajaram, SOCL), 4 credits
Development Finance in a Turbulent Global Economy (Dora Piroska, IR), 2 credits
The politics of South-South development in Africa (Daniel Large, DPP), 2 credits
For a detailed program and courses description, please visit this page.