The PhD degree programme in Business and Corporate Law addresses the demands of society, especially in times of economic crisis and high unemployment rates. It calls for in-depth reflection on regulation of business and the economic system. This analysis is carried out from a broad perspective which includes the study of constitutional and cross-border regulations that set the framework for business relations and how the regulations directly impact operators and economic agents where business plays a key role.
Number of places on the programme: 7
Legal research in this field aims to fulfil specific expectations of equity and justice in conflict resolution, and foster general welfare through regulations, which stakeholders legitimately expect of economic, financial and corporative regulation.
In this broad sphere of Law (economy and business) knowledge is becoming increasingly complex and specialised. Research therefore requires a mastery of certain skills and techniques, which is the objective of this programme.
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