The curriculum in Development Economics can be tailored to a Quantitative Analysis for Developing Economies, which equips students with advanced quantitative methods and skills for studying economic development phenomena or it can be oriented towards Development Studies, with a less technical and more interdisciplinary approach. It provides an ideal background for pursuing a PhD programme (in Development Economics and related topics) at leading universities around the world or for work as a professional development economist in national and international agencies, civil service appointments, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and private sector companies with interests in developing countries.
The autumn session to fill in the study plans will open on November 10th to December 9th 2020.
The spring session to fill in the study plans will open on March 29th to May 2nd 2021.
Professor in charge of study plan Curriculum in Development Economics: Prof. Leonardo Boncinelli
Study Plan 2021-2022 Study Plan 2020-2021 Study Plan 2019-2020 Study Plan 2018-2019
Study Plan 2016-2017
- CURRICULUM IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
Additional info on the Study Plans of previous years’ students
Enrolled in 2016-2017 (B214 - ECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT)