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Karolinska Institutet Medicine (Human) | Master's level

Global health


05 May 2021 — 04 Jun 2021

Introduction to global health.

In this 5-week course in global health at Karolinska Institutet, Department of Global Public Health, we will learn the basics about global health from faculty from Karolinska as well as international partners. We will also take a look at the Covid-19 pandemic from a global health perspective. The course includes lectures, a few seminars and some coursework. Since the course is fully online, we are happy to receive international students to enrich the discussions and share their perspectives. A full schedule will be provided for students accepted to the course.


Prerequisites

Please write a short motivation why you want to take this course, and indicate whether you will be able to take part in most lectures and seminars, or only part of them during the 5 weeks the course is running.



Class sessions (GMT+01:00) Stockholm
  • Monday, 08:30 AM— 12:15 PM (Lecture)
  • Tuesday, 08:30 AM— 03:00 PM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 08:30 AM— 12:00 PM (Lecture)
  • Thursday, 08:30 AM— 03:00 PM (Lecture)
  • Friday, 08:30 AM— 12:00 PM (Lecture)


Teacher
Associate Professor Helena Nordenstedt
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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Centre for International Trade and Development Economics | Master's level

Game Theory and Industrial Organization


11 May 2021 — 31 Jul 2021

This course would cover topics in advanced microeconomics such as choice under uncertainty, game theory, industrial organization and asymmetry of information.


Prerequisites

Microeconomics I



Class sessions (GMT+05:30) New Delhi
  • Tuesday, 09:30 AM— 11:30 AM (Lecture)
  • Wednesday, 09:30 AM— 11:30 AM (Lecture)


Teacher
Professor Sangeeta Bansal
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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UNSW Sydney Economics | Bachelor's level

Politics and Economics


31 May 2021 — 06 Aug 2021

This course covers theory, evidence and current issues at the intersection between economics and political science. When so many economic decisions are taken by political actors, understanding the economy also means understanding the interactions between politics and economics. Topics considered include economic theories of the state, regime changes and revolutions, voting theory, interest group politics, corruption, the democratic peace, and electoral competition.


Prerequisites

Introductory microeconomic theory and game theory; statistical inference.



Class sessions (GMT+10:00) Sydney
  • Tuesday, 01:00 PM— 02:00 PM (Practice Session)


Teacher
Prof. Gabriele Gratton
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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