Official University Master's Degree: Economic Analysis Of Law (UCM)

Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset

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Official University Master's Degree: Economic Analysis Of Law (UCM)

Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset

Basic information

Director: Mr. Francisco Cabrillo Rodríguez and Ms. Rocío Albert López-Ibor/>

Title: Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law

Credits: 60 ECTS

Price: 7,000 euros * (UCM fees, between 800 and 1300 euros, depending on the student's origin, community or not)

Duration: October - June

Face-to-face modality

Information and contact:

* The price may be subject to modifications/>

The Economic Analysis of Law is an innovative approach taught in the most prestigious universities in the world. It is a methodology that applies to problems of a legal or institutional nature, economic principles and reasoning, placing special emphasis on the efficiency of standards, contracts and institutions in general. The Master is the best way to achieve a solid economic training, rigorous and applied, in the shortest time possible, and is intended primarily for graduates in Law, Economics, Political Science and general graduates of Social Sciences/>

This Master has been verified by the National Agency for the Evaluation of Quality and Accreditation (ANECA), attached to the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. The credits completed in the Master are automatically recognized for access to doctoral studies at any University of the European Higher Education Area.

Presentation and Objectives

The Economic Analysis of Law has become a fundamental work tool for a professional career. This Master will open the doors of a successful professional career, both to work in law firms or consulting firms, as to work in government positions, in public bodies or in international organizations./>

It also allows professional development in the academic field because, being an official degree awarded by the Complutense University of Madrid, allows direct access to the development of the doctoral thesis and obtaining the title of Doctor.

This program offers a unique opportunity to carry out interdisciplinary and official postgraduate studies in Law and Economics.

The Economic Analysis of Law is an innovative approach taught in the most prestigious universities in the world. It is a methodology that applies to problems of a legal or institutional nature, economic principles and reasoning, placing special emphasis on the efficiency of standards, contracts and institutions in general. The Master is the best way to achieve a solid economic training, rigorous and applied, in the shortest possible time.

The Master is designed primarily for graduates in Law, Economics, Political Science and in general graduates of Social Sciences. It is an excellent program for graduates of different specialties and profiles who want to be trained in applied economic reasoning, above all to Law, but also to all regulation in a broad sense and to public policies. For those who do not have a background in Economics, Business Administration or other similar careers, the Master is the best way to achieve a solid, rigorous and applied economic training in the shortest possible time.


  • Deep knowledge of the interaction between Law and Economics and the ability to give a multidisciplinary approach to legal, economic and social problems.
  • Systematic understanding of the Economic Analysis of Law and its practical application.
  • Capacity for planning and evaluation of various types of public policies.
  • In-depth understanding of the main theoretical and practical aspects of public management.
  • Ability to analyze and design alternative models of regulation in matters of civil liability, contracts and commercial law.
  • Ability to analyze and formulate legislative proposals to reduce crime.
  • Ability to analyze and formulate legislative proposals and public policies to improve the functioning of judicial systems.
  • Ability to apply strategic analysis and models of Game Theory to specific situations.
  • Knowledge of the different HR management models in the public sector and ability to analyze the incentives of public employment regulations.
  • In-depth knowledge of models of social regulation in the area of ​​public health, social security and the environment.
  • Use of the main computer applications for econometric analysis.
  • Ability to promote the advancement of Economic Analysis of Law in academic and professional contexts.


  • Know how to apply the acquired knowledge and ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader contexts.
  • Communicate conclusions, and the knowledge and ultimate reasons that sustain them, to specialized and non-specialized publics in a clear and unambiguous way.
  • Possess the learning skills that allow to continue studying in a way that will have to be largely self-directed or autonomous.
  • Acquire verbal and written communication skills that allow to express clearly and accurately, judgments, opinions, research results, advice, etc. to all types of public.
  • Learn to search for information, locate documentary sources, and manage and exploit databases.
  • Incorporate the analysis, ideas of gender equality, fundamental rights, non-discrimination, pacifism and democratic values ​​in their professional development.


Admission requirements/>

To take the Master's degree it will be necessary to hold a university degree, undergraduate or similar degree. Students from foreign universities must apply for authorization to pursue postgraduate studies at the Complutense University of Madrid. The procedure to obtain this authorization can be seen in the following link:>

For more information, contact the Vice-Rectorate of Students; Bureau of Convalidations, Avda. De la Complutense s / n,

University City, 28040 Madrid

Tel. 34 91 394 12 88, email:

Knowledge of the English language at an intermediate level is recommended by the bibliography and sources of information existing in the program in that language.

Registration and Registration Procedure

Admission application deadlines Course 2018/2019


This period allows the pre-admission of those students who, for different reasons, may need an early confirmation of admission to the Master. The Coordinating Committee of each Master will select only those candidates whose CVs widely endorse the application for admission presented, and there may be vacancies, although there is a greater number of applicants than seats. In this period there will be no waiting list; Candidates who are not admitted will be able to reactivate their application within the following deadlines without any cost, and the documentation presented in the first term will be considered valid. Applicants can check their admission, online, starting on March 12, 2018 .


All the lists, those of admitted students, not admitted and the waiting list if it exists, will be published on May 24, 2018 on the Internet. The claims period will be from May 25 to 29 .

To apply for admission to the Master, click here.


This period will only be opened if there is a vacancy offer, after completing the registration process in July. A waiting list will be created if there are more applicants than there are places. The lists of students admitted and not admitted within this period, and the waiting list if any, will be published on September 14, 2018 . The term of claims will be from September 17 to 19, 2018 .

To apply for admission to the Master, click here.

All the documentation required to formalize the registration must be scanned and included, during the completion of the electronic application form for admission in the telematic application of the UCM authorized for this purpose.

During this same period, the student must send the entry request to the address, forwarding the following scanned documents and sending the originals by mail to the postal address: Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset . Technical Secretariat (c / Fortuny, 53 - 28010-MADRID).

The Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset reserves the right to cancel the Master's edition, if there is not enough students to guarantee the viability of the same.


For the 2018-19 academic year, the registration calendar will be published soon in the following link: All students must present, at the time of enrollment, and in any case before October 31 , the originals of the documents proving their status as graduates, as well as the rest of the documents provided in the admission phase, in order to proceed to its collation in the Secretariat of the Center. In case of not providing this documentation, the Department of the Faculty will proceed to the cancellation of the registration./>


The application for admission will be made exclusively at the electronic address A single application will be completed in which you can select, in order of preference, up to a maximum of three Masters/>


Applications from those who have not contributed, with the electronic form and within the deadlines established for the submission of applications in the corresponding section of this call, will be assessed with the following documentation, in PDF format:/>

For applicants with studies from educational systems belonging to the EHEA (European Higher Education Area)/>

  • NIF, NIE or Passport
  • Title that gives access to the studies, Substitute Certification, receipt of having paid the issuance rights or European Supplement to the Title (SET).
  • In the case of not providing the SET, an academic certification of the studies carried out that show the subjects passed and the grades obtained. Students with degrees from the UCM will be able to provide the academic report available on the academic management portal (My academic progress
  • Curriculum vitae in which the academic and professional training is detailed.
  • Other specific documentation required for admission to the selected studies.

For applicants with studies from outside educational systems the EHEA/>

  • NIF, NIE or Passport
  • Resolution of the homologation or declaration of equivalence to degree and academic level. Failing that, a copy of the concession or of the application for the access permit granted by the UCM, except in the case of application in Master's courses for the exercise of regulated professions.
  • Those students pending resolution of Master's Access by the UCM, must provide at the time of applying for admission a certification, issued by the competent body, proving that the degree gives access in the country of origin to postgraduate studies.
  • Academic certification of the studies carried out in which the subjects passed and the grades obtained are shown.
  • Curriculum vitae in which the academic and professional training is detailed
  • License size photograph
  • Letters of recommendation (optional)

The Academic Committee of the Master will evaluate the applications.

The results of the admission process can be consulted, through the computer tool available at:, accessing with your username and password.


Applicants for Master's studies who have not been admitted may file a complaint with the Director of the University Institute Ortega y Gasset, within three working days from the publication of the lists, according to the different application deadlines of admission established.


The Master consists of 60 credits (ECTS), which include face-to-face classes, methodological courses, seminars, lectures, internships and other complementary activities. It is required to present a Final Research Paper on a specific topic that will be chosen, by mutual agreement, between the student and the Master's Direction, and for which each student will be assigned an expert supervisor in the research topic./>

The minimum number of ECTS credits for enrollment and teaching period, to obtain the title of Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law, is 60 ECTS under the full-time modality, and 30 ECTS in the part-time modality. If the student does not enroll or does not surpass all the necessary credits to obtain his / her title in a school period, he / she must abide by the stipulations of the General Rules of Permanence of the Complutense University of Madrid. These norms can be consulted in the following link:




PART I: Game Theory/>

  1. Introduction: Why study Theory of Games?
  2. Theory of Decision
    1. Situations of uncertainty and risk
    2. Decision criteria
    3. Perfect information value
    4. Bayesian inference
    5. Value of imperfect information
    6. Theory of expected utility
    7. Attitudes towards risk
  3. Static games with complete information
    1. Introduction to game theory
    2. The representation of the games in a normal way
    3. Balance in dominant strategies
    4. The Nash equilibrium
    5. Two problems of Nash equilibrium: the multiplicity of equilibria and efficiency
    6. The mixed strategies. The Nash equilibrium existence theorem
    7. Applications:
      1. The prisoners' dilemma
      2. The problem of common resources
      3. The war of the sexes
      4. Imperfect competition and the balance of Cournot
      5. The problem of fiscal inspection
  4. Dynamic games with complete and perfect information
    1. Represent a game extensively
    2. Induction back
    3. The perfect balance in subgames
    4. Equivalence between games in extensive and normal
    5. Games with complete but imperfect information
    6. Applications:
      1. The balance of Stackelberg
      2. Sequential negotiation
      3. The value of the commitment
  5. Repeated games
    1. Repeated games of two periods. The limits of backward induction
    2. Infinite repeated games
    3. Applications:
      1. The problem of collusion between companies
      2. Efficiency salaries
      3. Predatory prices
  6. Advanced Topics of Game Theory
    1. Theory of Games and experiments
    2. Auction Theory
    3. Bilateral negotiation and preliminary rulings
    4. Introduction to asymmetric information.

PART II: Microeconomics/>

  1. The economic analysis Micro and macroeconomics. The application of microeconomics to legal and social problems.
  2. Market analysis. The economic agents. Basic theory of supply and demand.
  3. The balance of the consumer
  4. The theory of demand
  5. Risk and uncertainty in economics
  6. The theory of production. Productivity and yields
  7. Cost analysis
  8. The maximization of benefits.
  9. The markets with asymmetric information. The problem of moral risk. The principal-agent relationship.

PART III: Industrial Organization/>

  1. Theory of industrial organization and economic regulation
  2. Imperfect competition markets
  3. The norms and objectives of the policy of defense of the competition. Economic analysis of the North American competition law. Evolution. Prohibited behavior
  4. Competition law in Europe. Evolution. Some peculiarities in front of the North American model. The defense of competition in Spain.
  5. Competition in the field of international economic relations
  6. Two cases of study: A / the regulation of competition in the world of professional activity. B / Competence and intellectual property: the management of copyright.


PART I: Economic Analysis of Law 1

  1. General Theory
    1. The essential characteristics of the economic approach to the Law
    2. Efficiency versus equity. Criticisms of the economic analysis of Law
  2. Economic Analysis of the Law of civil liability and damages
    1. The basic economic model of accidents
    2. The economic approach to the concept of damage
    3. The economic consequences of the application of liability for fault and objective liability
    4. The role of attitudes to risk and insurance
    5. The complications of the basic model
  3. Economic Analysis of Property Law
    1. Property rules and liability rules. The Coase theorem and the protection of rights and entitlements
    2. Economic analysis of property rights in tangible goods
    3. Forced expropriation
    4. Intellectual property rights: economic justification
    5. Economic analysis of the main legal doctrines in copyright, patents and trademarks

PART II: Economic Analysis of Law 2/>

  1. Economic Analysis of Contracts Law
    1. The basic economic model of contracts
    2. The economic approach to the concept of full contracts
    3. Efficient contracts
    4. The breach of contract
    5. Pre-contractual liability
  2. Economic Analysis of Business Government
    1. Introduction
    2. Assignment of formal decision rights: stakeholders versus shareholders
    3. Protection of formal decision rights versus real decision rights: Scattered funding versus concentrated funding
    4. The reforms
    5. Self-regulation against legal regulation
    6. Conclusions


PART I: Analysis of the LITIGATION/>

  1. The justice sector. Overview of the organizations and operators of the judicial system. Catalog of problems
  2. Information systems. Judicial statistics. Indicators of performance
  3. Independence and impartiality. Corruption and transparency
  4. The demand for judicial protection. Theory. Evidence: Litigation and efficiency of demand
  5. Access to justice. Public defense Costs Legal services market
  6. Endowments, production and efficiency of the Justice offer

PART II: Economic Analysis of Criminal Law/>

  1. Economic Analysis of Criminal Law. Introduction
  2. The economic model of sanctions and penalties. Why is civil liability not enough?
  3. Marginal deterrence
  4. Economic Analysis of Crime. How to fight crime? Does gun control work?
  5. The crimes and the penalties. The death penalty. Should prisons be public?
  6. Economic Analysis of Terrorism
  7. Economic Analysis of Constitutional Law
  8. Public Choice
  9. Economic Analysis of Bankruptcy Proceedings


PART I: Legal Data Analysis 1/>

  1. Data and statistics
  2. Tabular methods and graphs
  3. Numerical methods
  4. Odds and probability distributions
  5. Point and interval estimation
  6. Forecast

PART II: Legal Data Analysis 2/>

  1. Introduction
  2. Simple Regressions:
    1. Estimation and Contrasts
    2. Diagnosis
  3. Multiple Regressions
  4. Multicollinearity
  5. Dichotomous variables


PART I: Public Policies/>

  1. Prohibited contracts
  2. Economic analysis of health
  3. The efficient use of natural resources. Economic analysis of environmental problems
  4. Economic analysis of discrimination in the labor market. Discrimination based on sex Anti-discrimination regulation, efficiency problems

PART II: Judicial Reform/>

  1. Evaluation of the performance of judges and judicial organizations
  2. Organization and management (1). Organization of the judicial system. Planning. Competence and training Audit. Court inspection. Office or judicial office.
  3. Organization and management (2). Public budgets. Public contracting. Formulation and evaluation of projects.
  4. Management of cases. Computer systems for procedural management
  5. Measurement and analysis of duration
  6. Measurement and analysis of efficacy
  7. Quality analysis. Certainty and legal insecurity. Methods to know perceptions and opinions
  8. Political economy and judicial reform. Transparency and responsibility
  9. How to evaluate changes in procedural and substantive legislation with effects on the judicial system
  10. How to estimate hidden costs and the impact of justice on the economy


  1. The regulation of the labor market.
  2. The role of the syndicates
  3. The regulation of family relationships.
  4. Family policies
  5. Retirement and pensions. Pension systems


  1. Introduction
  2. Political system, legal framework and model of territorial organization of the State
  3. Organizational scheme of the AA.PP.
  4. The budgetary process of the AA.PP.
  5. State's general budgets
  6. The new budgetary philosophy
  7. The territorial financing system
  8. The financing model of the CC.AA.
  9. The financing model of the Local Entities
  10. Financial relations with the EU
  11. Formulation, analysis and evaluation of Public Policies
  12. The creation of public value
  13. The culture of evaluation
  14. The new forms of public management:
  15. The privatization policy
  16. The outsourcing of processes and services
  17. The Public Collaboration -Private in public management
  18. The use of market mechanisms in public management
  19. E-government


  1. The management of the RR.HH.
  2. Diagnosis of the public HR model
  3. Strategic planning of HR
  4. HR management
  5. Strategic HR management and leadership in the AAPP
  6. Quality management of HR
  7. Management of outsourced services
  8. The plans of reform of the RRHH and modernization of the Public Administration
  9. International experience: trends
  10. The OECD guidelines
  11. The reform proposals in Spain

Final work of master/>

6 credits


  • The Final Master's Project can not be recognized, as it is aimed at evaluating the specific competences associated with the corresponding Master's degree from the UCM.

The recognition of credits may not exceed 40% of the credits corresponding to the Master's degree for which recognition is requested.

Effects of credit recognition/>

In the process of recognition will be reflected, explicitly, the number and type of ECTS credits that are recognized to the student, according to the contents and competencies that are accredited, and those subjects that should not be taken by the student.

In the student's file the subjects will be included as recognized, with the corresponding qualification. This qualification will be equivalent to that of the subjects that have given rise to the recognition. If necessary, the weighted average will be carried out when several subjects of origin entail the recognition of a single subject

  1. Economic Analysis of the most important aspects of the new Spanish regulations on competitions
  2. General assessment of the new law
  3. Analysis of the credits in the contest
  4. Credits of workers and those of the Public Treasury
  5. Dilemma between conservation and liquidation
  6. The new Insolvency Administration and Commercial Courts
  7. Reflections on the need to provide the Justice Administration with the necessary human and material resources to avoid failures in the application of the law

Transfer and Credit Recognition/>

Regulation on recognition and transfer of credits in the Master's degree programs of the Complutense University of Madrid. The essential function of this Regulation is to guarantee the right to mobility of students, both within the University itself and among others in the Spanish university system and those integrated into the European Higher Education Area./>

Recognition of credits. The recognition of credits supposes the acceptance by the UCM of the credits obtained in official educations of the UCM or of another University, or the providing academic effects to activities that, according to the Regulations of the UCM, have formative character for the student . The recognized credits will compute -in the percentages that depending on their origin are established-, to obtain an official degree./>

Criteria for the recognition of credits in Master's degrees. The recognition of credits from the degree of origin of the student will be made to the official teaching of the Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law, according to the following criteria:

  • The credits corresponding to subjects passed between official master's degrees can be recognized, depending on the adequacy between the competences and knowledge associated with the subjects of origin, and those provided for in the curriculum of the Master's degree for which the recognition of credits is requested.
  • Credits obtained in official Bachelor, Higher Engineering or Architecture courses may be recognized, all of which are prior to RD 1393/2007, as long as they come from subjects linked to the second cycle of the same and attending to the same adaptation of competences.
  • Credits in official doctorate courses regulated by RD 1393/2007, as well as by previous RD 185/1985 RD 778/1998 and RD 56/2005, may be recognized, taking into account the adequacy between the competences and knowledge associated with the subjects taken by the student and those planned in the Master's Degree that you wish to study.
  • The number of credits that are subject to recognition, based on professional or work experience of similar level and unofficial university education, can not be higher, as a whole, to 15 percent of the total credits that constitute the curriculum (9 ECTS credits). The recognition of these credits will not incorporate qualification of the same, reason why they will not compute for the purposes of scaling of the file.
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Transfer of credits/>

In accordance with RD 1393/2007, modified by RD 861/2010, the transfer of credits implies that in the official academic documents accrediting the Master's degree courses of the UCM, followed by each student, all the credits obtained in teaching will be included. official

Teaching guides/>

The teaching guides are documents in which all the aspects of each one of the subjects are specified. The objectives, the skills acquired, the program, the bibliography, the training activities and the evaluation systems are described.

They constitute an important source of information for students, when deciding to join a program, or plan the academic development of a course.

Development of the Academic Course/>

The Master's Degree lasts one academic year, starting in October 2018 and ending in June 2019 (including third-quarter exams). The inauguration of the academic course will take place in October 2018.

The subjects are divided into three quarters. The classes take place from Monday to Thursday in the afternoon and each session lasts approximately four hours (usually the class schedule is from 16.30 to 20.30 h.). A minimum of 85% attendance is required. The obtaining of the title is conditioned to the passing of exams corresponding to all the subjects of the Master, and to the accomplishment of a Final Master's Project. The exams are done in the final period of each trimester. To pass the exam a minimum grade of 5 is required. Students who do not pass an exam will be entitled to a second call to take a recovery exam.

The Master's Final Project must be submitted before September 9 of the year in which the academic year ends, and will be qualified by a professor appointed for that purpose. It must also be approved with a minimum grade of 5. Once the teaching period and third-quarter exams have been completed, students will no longer have face-to-face obligations, so they will be available, if they wish, to return to their cities or countries. of residence. The Final Work may be sent by mail and there is no obligation to defend it in person before a court, or before the teacher appointed for supervision and qualification.

Students will be instructed in the location of information sources, and they will be helped to improve their computer skills so that they can conveniently follow the different subjects of the course.

The Master can include the celebration of conferences, seminars and scientific meetings open to students. In addition, annually a Conference of the Spanish Association of Economic Analysis of Law is organized, attended by speakers of the highest national and international prestige and to which students are invited to attend.

During the second and third trimesters, students will be able to do internships in public bodies, in law firms or in companies. These practices can be offered by the Master's organization, in case there is availability in each course, or they can be proposed by the student himself, in the place that they themselves seek.


Excellence Scholarships/>

The students of Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset enrolled in the official Master's programs may apply for a scholarship from the Institute's Excellence Program. These scholarships will cover 30% of the tuition fee, excluding the fees paid to the University of reference./>

Each student wishing to apply for an Excellence Scholarship will have to submit to the Institute's secretariat an application instance stating:/>

  • Personal information
  • The Master in which he is enrolled
  • The documentation that contributes
  • The scholarships that you have requested or intend to apply for in any public or private call

The scholarship application must be made upon registration, no later than September 10, 2018./>

The criteria for granting the scholarships are: academic record (70%), personal or family situation (10%), residence outside of Madrid in the year prior to enrollment (10%), and personal motivation (10%). Students must submit documentation that certifies each of these criteria and may attach two letters of recommendation from teachers. The Institute may request the selected students to prove the authenticity of the documents submitted with originals or certified copies.

The Academic Commission that grants the scholarships will be integrated by the director of the Institute, the general director of the José Ortega y Gasset - Gregorio Marañón Foundation and two professors of the Institute appointed at the proposal of the director of the Institute and the general director. The directors of each Master will send to the Institute's address, before November 15 of each year, a motivated report, according to the aforementioned criteria, with a scholarship award proposal in which a priority will be established among the students who have requested scholarship in his Master. The Commission, according to the reports received, will raise a scholarship award proposal before December 1 of each year.

The Excellence Scholarships of Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset are incompatible with any other public or private scholarship granted to the student to take the Master in which he has enrolled in the Institute. The scholarship holder is obliged to inform the Institute of any other scholarship granted, within a period of 10 days from its granting. The Institute will claim the student the amount that would have been granted for the Excellence Scholarship of the Institute if this circumstance occurred.

The amount of the scholarship will be applied to the last term of the payment of the tuition. The Institute may request scholarship students to perform extracurricular practices in support of the teaching, research and cultural activities of the institution, which will be recognized by a certificate . These practices do not imply a labor or commercial relationship with the institution or be remunerated.

Scholarships of the ALUMNI Program

Former students of Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset will be entitled to a 5% discount on any new program they enroll. This discount, which will be considered a scholarship, will be applied to the tuition fee, excluding the fees paid to the University of reference. The discount will be applied in the last installment of the tuition payment./>

To apply for this scholarship, the student will have to submit an application to the Institute's secretariat, as well as the documentation that proves that he or she has been a student of the Institute.

In no case, this discount will be applied to second or successive enrollments of subjects that have not been approved or to subjects of the same program that have not been completed in the first year of enrollment.

Scholarships for prompt payment

Students who formalize the first payment of their enrollment in any official Master of the Institute before May 16, this included, will be entitled to a scholarship of 5% discount of the tuition fee, excluding the fees paid to the University of reference. The discount will be applied in the last installment of the tuition payment. Students must submit an application to the secretary of the Institute, along with proof of the first payment, before May 16./>

Quality internal guarantee system

The reform of the LOU, in its article 31 dedicated to Quality Assurance, includes the need to establish quality assurance criteria that facilitate evaluation, certification and accreditation; and considers quality assurance as an essential goal of university policy. Likewise, the organization of university education incorporates quality assurance as one of the basic elements that a curriculum should contemplate./>

The Guidelines of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport for the preparation of undergraduate and Master's degrees include the need to introduce a Quality Assurance System as one of the essential elements of future titles proposals.

Within the regulatory framework, there are several elements that regulate aspects as diverse as access, file management, exams and issuance of degrees, all of which guarantee the quality of the teaching. But there is a need to order them in a more systematic way, so that they contribute effectively to quality assurance. Thus, the elaboration of an ordered and systematized set of Internal Quality Assurance Systems could satisfy this need, giving a new meaning to the different actions undertaken in terms of evaluation of teaching, services and teaching staff, of analysis of student satisfaction and graduates, of analysis of the labor insertion or of information to society.

This document includes the Internal Quality Assurance System of the Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law, taught by the Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset , Center Attached to the Complutense University of Madrid, for which it is subject to the inspection of the Complutense University of Madrid, and in this point especially in the matter of fulfillment of the obligations derived from the SGIC of the Master in Economic Analysis of Law.

An external expert will be added to the Quality Committee as established in the IQAS.

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