Description of the curriculum
The curriculum in Economics is designed for students interested in acquiring skills for a successful career as professional economist, in learning quantitative tools to analyse major current economic issues and policies, in using theoretical and empirical techniques to analyse the competitiveness of markets, to forecast macroeconomic and financial variables, to evaluate programs for private and public institutions.
The Track in Behavioural Economics 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.
last update: 22-Aug-2022