The Master will allow students to:
- Acquire the needed knowledge and research experience in order to pursue further studies with a PhD in Economics;
- Allow them to Integrate their academic experience with professional skills of theoretical and practical relevance also through Internship in the research departments of banks, governments and international organization such as ILO, IMF, or the World Bank
The Master courses are taught in English and students are required to write all assignments and papers in English.
The courses run from October to June and cover quantitative methods, microeconomics, macroeconomics and public economics.
The programme schedules internships in the research departments of banks, governments and international organization.
1st term (October 2012)
Mathematics - CFU 5; Contact hours 60
Econometrics - CFU 5; Contact hours 62
2nd term (January-March 2013)
Research Methods - CFU 4; contact hours 27
Microeconomics - CFU 11; contact hours 75
3rd term (April-June 2013)
Macroeconomics - CFU 11; Contact hours 60
Public Economics - CFU 6; Contact hours 44
Programming Stata - CFU 1;Contact hours 6
4th term (July-September 2013)
Project work - CFU 10; contact hours 250
Final Examination - CFU 7