Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance

“We train people who want to take responsibility for shaping a dynamic, resilient and adaptable society.”

1 faculty, 3 specialisations, 3 departments

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance at Utrecht University is a unique combination of three departments: Law, Economy and Governance. These three specialisations offer education and conduct research independently as well as jointly. This multidisciplinary approach makes the faculty an outstanding partner for knowledge exchange at a high level.

Society and cooperation

Our focus is on people who want to take responsibility for shaping our society, both now and in the future. People who want to play a role in solving important social issues. This is why our faculty is fully integrated in society – for example, through national and international cooperation with government, the business sector, social organisations and academic institutes.

Contact

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News

Bas van Bavel - The Invisible Hand?
4 July 2016
In his new book, Bas van Bavel presents a historical investigation into the rise and fall of market economies.
30 June 2016
Rob Raven, together with Hens Runhaar, is part of a winning consortium ‘NATUREVATION’ for the recent Horizon2020 call
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27 June 2016
The European commission has honoured the Horizon 2020 proposal INNOPATHS, with a contribution by Dr. Friedemann Polzin (U.S.E. and Sustainable Finance Lab).
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Events

8
Sep
8 September 2016 16:00 - 16:45
This month Erwin Bulte with “Subsidies for Technology Adoption: Experimental Evidence from Rural Cameroon”
14
Sep
14 September 2016 09:45 - 16:35
On 14 September 2016, NILOS will organize a seminar on Fishing in the Polar Regions. It will be held in Dutch.
14
Sep
14 September 2016 18:30 - 20:30
Book Presentation of Cedric Ryngaert, Ige Dekker, Ramses Wessel, and Jan Wouters (eds.).
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Wapen Entree Janskerkhof 3

Faculty of Law Economics and Governance