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Chair of Economic Sciences


Ivan Rubinić, Ph.D.
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The Member of the Chair holds classes at the Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate University Study of Law, the Postgraduate Specialist Study in Corporate Finance Law, Postgraduate Doctoral Study Programme in the field of Social Sciences, the subject of Law, the Undergraduate Professional Study Programme in Administrative Studies, and the Specialist Graduate Professional Study in Public Administration.

The Member of the Chair, together with part-time associate lecturers, is engaged in scientific work by participating at national and international scientific and professional conferences and meetings. Respecting the history of the Economics Department, within the faculty of law, the principle mission of the department is to keep the tradition of lecturing the pluralist approach to Economic Sciences. In addition to organising and preparing educational activities for the courses conducted by the Chair, its members are actively contributing to the development of science through the publications of their scientific and professional papers.

The chair member is primarily focused on the tasks of political economy, economic policy, and public sector economics. Special attention is paid to the labour value theory and economic laws governing economic activities. In addition to the aforementioned topics, the member is involved in research regarding the domain of economic inequality and is investigating inequality from both labour theory and subjective value theory. The member is currently undergoing the research of the euro area’s cross-country economic inequalities phenomenon, connected to the concept of unequal exchange, and is oriented towards the investigation of pay inequality in the Republic of Croatia. The complete overview of the member’s published work, education and training, and achievements, can be found in the curriculum vitae.

Implemented courses:

Integrated Undergraduate and Graduate University Study of Law
Political Economy
Economic policy
 
Postgraduate Specialist Study in Corporate Finance Law
Economic Analysis of Law
 
Postgraduate Doctoral Study Programme in the field of Social Sciences, the subject of Law
Economic Analysis of Law
 
Undergraduate ProfessionalStudy Programme in Administrative Studies
Foundations of Political Economy
Economic policy 

Specialist Graduate Professional Study in Public Administration
Public Sector Economics

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