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Curriculum in Development Economics 2018-2019

Curriculum in Development Economics

First year

Course

Sector

ECTS

Semester

Development Microeconomics

Secs-p/01

9

I

Development Macroeconomics

Secs-p/02

9

II

Statistical Inference

Secs-s/01

9

I

Choose two from:

Economics of Innovations

Human Development and International Cooperation

Health and Education Economics 

 

Secs-p/01

Secs-p/01

Secs-p/03

 

 

 

12

 

I

I

I

Choose one from:

Mathematical Methods for Economic Analysis

Measurement and Causes of Poverty

 

Secs-s/06

Secs-s/05

 

 

6

 

II

II

Corporate Governance, Firms' Financing  and Financial Markets

Secs-p/08 and Secs-p/11

12

II

Choose one from:

Agricultural and Environmental Policy Evaluation Lab.

Econometrics Lab.

English for Economics

Spanish

French

German

Statistical Data Elaboration Lab.

Economics Lab (Competition Policy)

Joint Seminar Florence-Goettingen (3 ECTS)

 

Agr/01

Secs-p/05

L-lin/12

L-lin/07

L-lin/04

L-lin/14

Secs-s/01

Secs-p/01

Secs-p/02

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

II

II

I

II

I

I

II

II

II

 

Second year

Course

Sector

ECTS

Semester

Choose one from:

International Trade

International and Financial Economics

 

Secs-p/01

Secs-p/02

 

6

 

I

II

Choose one from:

Economic Law

International law

 

Ius/05

Ius/13

 

6

 

II

I

Choose two from:

Economic History of Globalisation**

International Conflict Transformation

Politics of Globalisation and Human Rights**

Anthropology and Development

Environment and Development

Agriculture Development and Poverty

Microeconometrics 

Local and Industrial Development Economics

Labour economics

History of Economic Thought

Agri-food Economics 

 

Secs-p/12

Sps/11

Ius/20

M-dea/01

M-ggr/02

Agr/01

Scesc-p/05

Secs-p/06

Secs-p/02

Secs-p/04

Agr/01

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

I

I

II

II

II

I

I

II

I

II

II

Choose two Optional Courses.

Suggested Courses:

Agricultural and Environmental Policy Eval. Lab.

Agriculture Development and Poverty

Agri-food Economics

Anthropology and Development

Econometrics Lab.

Economic History of Globalisation**

Economics Lab (Competition Policy)

Economic Law

Economics of Innovations

English for Economics

Environment and Development

French

German

Health and Education Economics

History of Economic Thought

Human Development and International Coop.

International and Financial Economics

International Conflict Transformation

International law

International Trade

Labour economics

Local and Industrial Development Economics

Mathematical Methods for Economic Analysis

Measurement and Causes of Poverty

Microeconometrics

Politics of Globalisation and Human Rights**

Spanish

Statistical Data Elaboration lab.

Joint Seminar Florence-Goettingen (3 ECTS)

Causal inference and program evaluation (9 ECTS)***

 

 

Agr/01

Agr/01

Agr/01

M-dea/01

Secs/p/05

Secs-p/12

Secs-p/01

Ius/05

Secs-p/01

L-lin/12

M-ggr/02

L-lin/04

L-lin/14

Secs-p/03

Secs-p/04

Secs-p/01

Secs-p/02

Sps/11

Ius/13

Secs-p/01

Secs-p/02

 Secs-p/06

Secs-s/06

Secs-s/05

Sesc-p/05

Ius/20

L-lin/07

Secs-s/01

Secs-p/02

Secs-s/01

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

 

 

II

I

II

II

II

I

II

II

I

I

II

I

I

I

II

I

II

I

I

I

I

II

II

II

I

II

II

II

II

II

Thesis

-

21

 

Notes:

* Please note that the study plan has to be defined by each student and validated by the commission before the end of the first semester of the first year (the head of the commission is Prof. Domenico Colucci).

** Classes are held at the Syracuse University, Piazza Savonarola n. 15.

*** Course of the MSc in Statistics, Actuarial and Financial Sciences.

 
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