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Master and Bachelor course - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW, 3 ECTS

Wednesday 16:00 to 18:00 p.m., Room 402

A. David Austill, J.D., LL.M., M.B.A., C.P.A.

Visiting Fulbright Scholar

Professor of Accounting and Business Law

Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, U.S.A.

 

International Business Law is a graduate-level course emphasizing the study of law relevant to persons, business entities, organizations, and governments in matters concerning doing business globally. The focus of the course is on international business transactions; thus, the topics discussed will range from international trade and treaty law, contract law of business transactions and sales, dispute resolution involving parties from different nations, documentary transactions, international shipments, letters of credit, employment and labor issues involving multinational corporations, alternative means of doing business abroad, and competition issues, including foreign bribery, in international business.

 

Master and Bachelor course - Forensic Accounting, 3 ECTS

Tuesdays 16:00 to 18:00 p.m., Room 402

A. David Austill, J.D., LL.M., M.B.A., C.P.A.

Visiting Fulbright Scholar

Professor of Accounting and Business Law

Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, U.S.A.

 

Forensic Accounting (also known as “fraud accounting” or “fraud examination”) is a graduate-level course that focuses on the nature of deception and fraud and in the investigation and detection of fraud within a private or public organization. This course is designed to enhance a student’s understanding of the emerging field of forensic accounting and to think critically to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to establish, maintain or follow anti-fraud policies within an organization or to conduct a fraud investigation. This course is not intended to be a course solely for accountants; thus, it will not be a theoretical course. Effort will be made to make the course as practical as possible for a broad range of students having an interest in fraud examination, fraud prosecution, and anti-fraud policy. Some group work will be required. The course has both lecture and case analysis elements.

 

Meeting with FEBA Erasmus students – on 10-th of October 2016, at 4 p.m. in FEBA, Room 200 – Address: 125 Tsarigradsko shoes, Blvd., Bl.3

 

 

Guest lecturers at FEBA, Bachelor's programmes – October 2016

 

Prof. Dr. Ralf Anderegg, University of Cologne - “Money, Banking and Financial Markets”. Lectures will be held in German.

10.10. Mo 15.00-18.00, Room 524

11.10. Tue 13.00-18.00, Room 524

12.10. Wed 13.00-18.00, Room 304

13.10. Thu 09.00-14.00, Room 304

14.10. Fr 15.00-18.00, Room 400

17.10. Mo 15.00-18.00, Room 524

18.10. Tue 13.00-18.00, Room 524

19.10. Wed 13.00-18.00, Room 304

20.10. Thu 09.00-14.00, Room 304

 

Prof. Werner Klein, University of Cologne – “Microeconomics”

Lectures will be held in German.

10.10. Mo 14.00 - 17.00 - Room 300

11.10. Thu 12.00 - 15.00 - Room 200

12.10. Wed 12.00 - 15.00 - Room 200

13.10. Thrs 13.00 - 16.00 - Room 200

14.10. Fr 10.00 - 13.00 - Room 200

17.10. Mo 10.00 - 13.00 - Room 200

18.10. Thu 12.00 - 15.00 - Room 200

19.10. Wed 12.00 - 15.00 - Room 200

20.10. Thrs 13.00 - 16.00 – Room 200

21.10. Fr 10.00 - 13.00 - Room 200

 

Prof. Rafi Glick, University Ben Gurion, Tel Aviv – “The Israel Technology Model”

Lectures will be held in English.

10.10. Mo 09.15-12.00 L, Room 308; 13.00-16.00 – workshop R- 308

11.10. Tu 09.15-12.00 L, R - 304; 13.00-16.00 – WS, R- 308

12.10. Wed 09.15-16.00 WS, R - 308

13.10. Thrd 09.15-12.00 L, R - 308; 13.00-16.00 – WS, R - 308

14.10. Fri 09.15-12.00 L, R - 308; 13.00-16.00 – R - 308

17.10. Mo 09.15-12.00 L, R - 308; 13.00-16.00 – WS, R – 308

 

Lectures on “Price and Pricing” in English

Prof. Carmine D’Arconte, University Roma 3, Italy

Bachelor Programme

10.10, Mo 10.00-13.00, Hall 304

12.10, Wed 10.00-13.00, Hall 304

14.10, Fr 10.00-13.00, Hall 304

17.10, Mo 10.00-13.00, Hall 304

20.10, Thu 14.00-17.00, Hall 304

 

Lectures on “Social Politics” in German

Dr. Benjamin Haas and Dr. Nicol Vetter, University of Koeln, Germany

Bachelor Programme

17.10, Mo 11.00-16.00, Hall 300

18.10. Tue 14.00-16.00, Hall 300

19.10. Wed 14.00-16.00, Hall 400

20.10. Thu 09.00-13.00, Hall 200

21.10. Fr 09.00-12.00, Hall 400