The Copenhagen Model in Business Law and Economics
International minor in "The Copehagen Model in Business Law and Economics"
The Minor concept
A minor gives you the opportunity of having a second specialization in your degree. The minor is a bundle of four courses that can be chosen separately but if chosen together rewards a minor.
The MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law provides our students with legal and economic expertise. Today’s business must be competitive in an international environment with complicated legal rules. In our programme the students work on analysing and solving the economic and legal problems which companies encounter in an increasing global competition and the ever-increasing demands from Danish legislation and the EU. Our students gain these skills through a unique integration of subject as business economics and commercial law. During the studies our students experience a progressive, internationally oriented work method, which consists of a combination of law and the company’s other management tools.
The below table lists the structure and the ECTS credits of the individual courses. The course descriptions are available in the online course catalogue. Direct links are inserted in the table below.
|Advanced EU Law||7.5|
|Advanced Game Theory and Applied Economics||7.5|
|Legal and Economic Risk Management in the Shipping Sector||7.5|
|Law and Management||7.5|
"The Copenhagen Model in Business Law and Economics" is a multidisciplinary research-based education in business law, management, and law and economics. We offer a one semester intensive program based on 30 years of experience in multidisciplinary research and education in business law and economics. We focus on the efficiency of the legal system in regard to business and society. We believe the economic analysis of the law contributes on several levels to optimizing the knowledge and use of business law and contracts.
Advanced EU Law:
The EU law have a major influence on all business – and students from all over the world would benefit from the significant legal knowledge regarding the businesses
Advanced Game Theory and Applied Economics:
Game theory has a significant impact on contracting both between private parties and in public private relationships. This course focus on creating efficient game theory based business solutions.
Legal Risk Management in the Shipping Sector:
This course is built around several main themes, which initially provides an overview of the legal and economic risks in the shipping sector and identifies how an understanding of the interconnection between theese two domains can create value.
Law and Management:
The world is changing and today’s and future businesses must bring law into the management perspective. This course is a Yale invention and Professor Constance Bagley from Yale School of management has approved the use at this specific course at CBS. This course consists of legal and economic lectures in law and management theory and economic efficiency theory.
The minor consists of the examinations listed below. The learning objectives and the regulations of the individual examinations are prescribed in the online course catalogue. Direct links to the individual examinations are inserted in the table below.
|Exam name||Exam form||Gradingscale||Internal/external exam||ECTS||Weight|
|Advanced EU Law||Written sit-in exam||7-step scale||Internal exam||7.5||7.5|
|Advanced Game Theory and Applied Economics||Written sit-in exam||7-step scale||External exam||7.5||7.5|
|Legal and Economic Risk Management in the Shipping Sector||Oral Exam||7-step scale||Internal exam||7.5||7.5|
|Law and Management||Home assignment - written product||7-step scale||Internal exam||7.5||7.5|
See contact information on the Study Programmes website:
The Study Board for HA/CM(jur.)
How to sign up:
If you want to sign up for the minor in The Copenhagen Model in Business Law and Economics you have to select CJURM1001U when you sign up for electives. You will then subsequently be signed up for all four courses. You do not have to select all the four courses individually
KAN-CJURO1045U: Advanced EU Law is a mandatory course for students enrolled in the MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law. The course is also offered as an elective for international students.
KAN-CJURO1011U: Advanced Game Theory and Applied Economics is a mandatory course for students enrolled in the MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law. The course is also offered as an elective for international students.
KAN-CJURV1076U:Legal and Economic Risk Management in the Shipping Sector is an elective. To sign up for the course, use the Self-service function in STADS.
KAN-CJURV7075U: Law and Management is an elective. To sign up for the course, use the Self-service function in STADS.