The curriculum in Economics provides students with the advanced quantitative methods and skills necessary to conduct both theoretical and applied research in economics and to evaluate and formulate policies. This curriculum can be tailored to a Track in Behavioural Economics which equips students with tools for theoretical and experimental analysis of individual behaviours and institutions, taking into account the effects of psychological, cognitive, emotional, cultural and social factors.
The curriculum in Economics provides an ideal background for pursuing a PhD programme (in Economics and related topics) at leading universities around the world or for work as a professional economist in a wide range of positions in private economic consultancy agencies, business, finance, national and international organisations and governments.
The autumn session to fill in the study plans will open on November 10th to December 9th 2020.
Study plan Guidelines a.y. 2020/21
Study Plan 2020-2021
CURRICULUM IN ECONOMICS track in Behavioural Economics