The Master’s programme in Economic Policy helps students to analyse the wide range of problems facing economic policy makers and to understand the background to political decision-making. The programme offers students an advanced knowledge of macro-economics, econometrics and philosophy of economics.
The graduate seminar in economics exposes master’s students to research by visiting professors, PhD students and staff members of the faculty.
Furthermore, students will study four elective courses:
- Labour Economics
- Health Economics
- Public Finance
- Competition Policy and Regulation
- Economic Growth and Fluctuations
- Transport, Mobility and the Environment
- Monetary Economics
Students can take one elective course on quantitative methods such as Multivariate Data Analysis, Real Options, Operations Research of Game Theory, or they can take a course in Banking, Emerging Markets, European Trade and European Integration.
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Last updated November 12, 2015