DOCTORATE IN LAW AND ECONOMICS

DOCTORATE IN LAW AND ECONOMICS

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Welcome to the Doctorate Program in Law and Economics

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Today´s legal and economic challenges require a careful approach to the fields of law, economics, and the regulatory framework of operation for our social and economic model. This broad field of study is characterized by increasingly complex and specialized knowledge, and research focused on developing the academic, intellectual, and technical skills required to master the areas pertaining to Law and Economics, and follows a specific set of training activities which have been tailored to the program´s particular areas of interest.

The PhD in Law and Economics unfolds alongside a variety of Areas of Research focused on issues and aspects of particular concern and significance to 21st Century societies and markets. Trainee researchers will perform research work in one of these fields of study, with the goal of developing the skills, abilities, and technical and scientific production knowledge required to successfully complete and defend a Doctoral Dissertation.

CEINDO CEU Doctorado Internacional

75years’

experience at all educational levels

What sets us apart?

1. Research

Work with the top researchers in their fields.

 

2. Global in Scope

Conduct research abroad.

3. Professional Development

Develop your research skills and advance your professional career.

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Members

Ana-Belén-Campuzano-Laguillo
Ana Belén Campuzano Laguillo
Coordinator
camlag@ceu.es
Pablo-Nuevo-López
Pablo Nuevo López
Assistant Coordinator (UAO CEU)
pnuevo@uao.es
Isabel-Rodríguez-Martínez
Isabel Rodríguez Martínez
Assistant Coordinator (UCH CEU)
irodriguez@uchceu.es
Gabriel-Gerez-Kraemer
Gabriel Gerez Kraemer
Secretary
gerkra@ceu.es

Research Coordinators

  • LINE 1. Economics and finance.
    Mariano González Sánchez gonsan@ceu.es
  • LINE 2. Law, economics, and the environment.
    Francisco Sogorb Mira fsogorb@uchceu.es
  • LINE 3. Law and Economics of the Information Society.
    José Luis Piñar Mañas jlpinar@ceu.es
  • LINE 4. Restructuring of companies and competitive markets.
    Javier García González jgarcia@uchceu.es
  • LINE 5. European Studies and International Relations.
    Jerónimo Maillo González-Orus maigon@ceu.es
  • LINE 6. Law and Globalization: philosophical, historical and canonical
    Adolfo Lucas Esteve alucase@uao.es

Additional researchers

Expert researchers

Postdoctoral Advisors

Research Líneas de Investigación

LINE 1. Economics and Finance

Mariano-González-Sánchez
Mariano González Sánchez
Line Coordinator
Analysis of national economies and the international economic system, from both a macro- and microeconomic perspective.

LINE 2. Law, economics, and the environment

Francisco-Sogorb-Mira
Francisco Sogorb Mira
Line Coordinator

Environmental Protection, from a national and international regulatory and economic perspective.

LINE 3. Law and economics of the information society

José-Luis-Piñar-Mañas
José Luis Piñar Mañas
Line Coordinator
New technologies and their legal-economic implications, with a special focus on the protection of personal data.

Researchers

LINE 4. Restructuring of companies and competitive markets

Javier García González
Javier García González
Line Coordinator
Developments, difficulties and opportunities of corporate restructuring and debt financing and refinancing instruments.

LINE 5. European studies and international relations

Jerónimo-Maillo-González-Orus
Jerónimo Maillo González-Orus
Line Coordinator

LINE 6. Law and Globalization: philosophical, historical and canonical foundations, and future prospects..

Adolfo-Lucas-Esteve
Adolfo Lucas Esteve
Line Coordinator

The development of legal sciences and their principles, functions, and characteristics in modern societies.

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Admissions Profile

The Doctorate Program in Law and Economics is intended for students with a background in legal sciences, economics, finance and accounting, international relations and other social sciences with a particular interest in the interaction between law and economics, along with a capacity for reflection and critical analysis. It is recommended that students possess an adequate knowledge of languages, especially English, for the study of specialized international resources.
Typically, admission to the official doctorate program in Law and Economics requires both official Bachelor’s and University Master’s degrees (an official Master’s degree in the disciplines of Law, Economics, Business or Finance is specifically required).

Other Admissions Profiles:

Profile 1

Candidate holding a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent + an official Master’s degree in Law, Economics, Business, Finance and/or related disciplines, including training in research methodology with at least 5 ECTS credits or a research project (Master’s dissertation) equivalent to at least 6 ECTS credits.
Additional training:
No additional training required

Profile 2

Candidates holding a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent + an official Master’s degree in Law, Economics, Business, Finance and/or related disciplines, including a Master’s Dissertation equivalent to at least 6 ECTS credits, but who have not completed training in research methodology in Law, Economics, Business and/or Finance.
Additional training:
ECONOMICS AND LAW RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (5 ECTS).

Specific Admission Criteria

The program´s Academic Committee, chaired by the Program Coordinator, determines whether the candidate meets the general academic requirements for admission.
This criteria are similar for both full-time and part-time students.
Applications for admission will be evaluated by the Academic Committee according to the following student admissions and selection criteria:
1- Academic transcripts, including all prior completed coursework (grade point average), represent 80% of the overall evaluation and are weighed as follows:

· Bachelor Degree Academic transcripts: up to 60%
· Master’s Degree Academic transcripts: up to 20%
2- Résumé, representing 10% of the overall score. The following will be considered:
· The type of knowledge acquired by the candidate during prior training.
· Published materials in scientific journals.
· English level as certified through an officially recognized exam. At a minimum the student must possess a B2 level, according to the Common European Reference Framework for Languages.
3- Letters of recommendation (up to 2), which will represent 10% of the overall score: a letter of recommendation from a faculty member or professional in the candidate´s field of study.

After reviewing the submitted documentation, the Academic Committee may call the applicant for a personal interview with one of its members in order to obtain further information and discuss the merits provided for admission to the PhD program.

Admission procedures for students with special educational needs due to disability.
In the case of students with special educational needs due to disability, the Academic Committee of each program will issue a pre-admission report evaluating the possibility of a modified curriculum, courses and/or alternative studies in accordance to the principles of equal opportunity, without prejudice to the competencies of the universities´ Equal Opportunity programs.

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Mandatory Training Activities

FULL-TIME PROGRAM

FIRST YEAR
Advanced document search and management techniques applied to research.
Evaluation and assessment of scientific production.
SECOND YEAR
Writing and publication of a scientific, peer-reviewed.
Internship at a different university (national or foreign) or research center, for a minimum period of 1 month.
THIRD YEAR
Writing and publication of a scientific, peer-reviewed paper.
Internship at a different university (national or foreign) or research center, for a minimum period of 1 month.

PART-TIME PROGRAM

FIRST YEAR
Advanced document search and management techniques applied to research.
Evaluation and assessment of scientific production.
SECOND YEAR
Advanced document search and management techniques applied to research.
Evaluation and assessment of scientific production.
THIRD YEAR (or later)
Writing and publication of a scientific, peer-reviewed paper.
Internship at a different university (national or foreign) or research center, for a minimum period of 1 month.

Mandatory Annual Activities

Mandatory for all students regardless of year and full- or part-time status.
Predoctoral Orientation
Work meetings with supervisor(s)

Additional training

The doctoral program´s Academic Committee will determine if any additional training (coursework, research) is required on a case-by-case basis.
Research Methodology.

Optional Activities

Open to all students regardless of year and full- or part-time status
Transfer of research results.
Calls for research grants: competitive national and European projects.
Attend research seminars or conferences on topics related to the PhD program.

Skills

BASIC AND GENERAL SKILLS
– Comprehensive understanding of a field of study and mastery of related skills and research methods.
– Ability to devise, design, create, implement and adopt a significant process of research or development.
– Ability to push the limits knowledge through original research.
– Ability to analyze, assess, and synthesize new and complex ideas in a critical fashion.
– Ability to engage the academic and scientific communities, and society at large, with your fields of knowledge, through international scientific standards and languages
– Ability to promote, both academic and professional contexts, scientific, technological, social, artistic and cultural progress within the knowledge society.
PERSONAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES
– Coping in contexts where specific information is limited.
– Finding the key questions that must be answered in order to solve a complex problem.
– Designing, creating, developing, and undertaking new and innovative projects in your field of knowledge.
– Working both independently and as part of a larger team, in an international or multidisciplinary context.
– Integrating knowledge, dealing with complexity and forming opinions
based on limited information.
– Criticism and intellectual defense of solutions.

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