MA in Economy and Society

The Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR) at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Program Description

MA in Economy and Society

The Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR) at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences

The MA in Economy and Society track was designed to help students develop an understanding of how social preconditions may both limit and stimulate change from non-market to various types of market economy. The seminars focus on the interdependence between the economic and social systems at the time of a deep transformation. Thanks to courses like Political Economy of Policy Reform, Economy and Society (I and II), Management for Eastern Europe, Seminar on Corruption and Sociology of Institutional Change, students are able to observe theories “in action”, as instruments for achieving a better understanding of the socio-economic world.

Examples of available courses:

Teaching period 1

  • Social & Political Theory (S. Kapralski, Pedagogical University)
  • Research Methods (H. Banaszak, M Wenzel, University of Warsaw)
  • Economy&Society I (A. Rychard, Polish Academy of Sciences, M. Federowicz, Educational Research Institute)
  • The Holocaust and its Cultural Meaning (A. Orla-Bukowska, Jagiellonian University)
  • Political Economy of Policy Reform (M. Federowicz, Educational Research Institute)
  • Women’s Political Identity in Making (J. Regulska, Rutgers University)

Teaching period 2

  • Qualitative Methods (M. Olcon-Kubicka, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  • Quantitative Methods (H. Banaszak, University of Warsaw)
  • Contemporary Social Theory (S. Kapralski, Pedagogical University)
  • Sociology of Institutional Change (A. Rychard, Polish Academy of Sciences)
  • Economy&Society II (M. Federowicz, Educational Research Institute)
  • The Swedish Model of the Welfare (S Eliaeson, Uppsala)
  • Seminar on Corruption (L. Holmes, University of Melbourne)

Teaching period 3

  • Organized Crime and Human trafficking (L. Holmes, University of Melbourne)
  • Beyond Political Culture (J. Kubik, SSEES UCL)
  • Approaches to Comparative Politics (J. Belasiak, University of Indiana)
  • Elites and Leaders in Contemporary Politics (J. Pakulski, University of Tasmania

FEES:

  • One-year MA (12 months) – 10.000 PLN (approximately 2700 USD or 2400 EUR)
  • Part-time MA (24 months) – 14.000 PLN (approximately 3800 USD or 3350 EUR)
This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated January 15, 2016
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Oct. 2017
Duration
Duration
1 - 2 years
Part time
Full time
Price
Price
2,400 EUR
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Deadline
Start date Oct. 2017
Place
Poland Warsaw, Masovia
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Duration 1 - 2 years
Price 2,400 EUR