“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

Vis
18 April 2019
Solène Guggisberg attended the second substantive session of negotiations on biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction in New York and presented her research .
Fintech
16 April 2019
The conference welcomes rigorous studies related to alternative finance and fintech from an economic, law, sociological or other perspective.
EVENING
9 April 2019
Researchers from Utrecht University will conduct a 'natural experiment' in measuring the effect of expansion of preschool education.
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Events

23
Apr
23 April 2019 11:00 - 12:30
U.S.E Seminar with Hans Degryse of KU Leuven. His research is on Banking systems, Competition, Corporate finance, Financial markets.
23
Apr
23 April 2019 19:30 - 22:00
Law firm De Brauw and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance organise a Legal Clinic for law students on The Ocean Cleanup with lawyer Jonathan Soeharno.
26
Apr
26 April 2019 10:30 - 11:30
Minou de Ruiter will defend her PhD thesis 'Walking the Tightrope. Political accountability, blame and ministerial survival in two Parliamentary systems'.
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