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An MA in Economic Policy is often designed to focus on the development of skills for the understanding of economic development and economic policy. The program will specialize in seeing things from a global economics context as well as using macroeconomic theory to understand policy implementation.
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The Geoeconomy and Risk Management course, level 5, has two objectives:. Train professionals able to understand the international environment of international economic relations beyond the only business issues (economic war, culture and management, sustainable development, compliance and due diligence, etc.), to assess risks, Anticipate difficulties in order to support their administration or their company and its collaborators in their international activities; . To enable the acquisition of essential tools and instruments (watch, intelligence, security) for decision-making in a shifting and complex international context. . Ensure the originality of the graduated profiles by developing dual skills (geoeconomics, monitoring or compliance, following the initial curriculum), in order to increase professionalisation and employability.
he master’s degree in economic and social policy, representing 120 credits, provides a solid specialist training, enabling effective integration into the public and private spheres.
The Master in Economics trains students to become applied economists, policymakers, consultants, and business professionals in sectors and activities that require technical and analytical skills. It provides them with up-to-date quantitative and conceptual tools for economic, statistical, and financial analysis, and prepares them for policy and business practice. This master programme has a strong European orientation that manifests itself through EU-specific courses (e.g. on competition policy) or through emphasis placed in general courses on the specificities of the European dimension. The Master in ‘Economic Analysis and European Policy’ covers the full range of economic issues (employment, competition, growth, development, redistribution, etc.) and policy-making challenges, from the sector- or industry-level to the national or even global economy.
The relevance to society of health care far exceeds the increasing economic prominence of this sector in the economy. Such a relevance calls for staff and executives in health care organizations to be aware of fundamental economic trade-offs, legal and regulatory restraints, ethical concerns affecting the organizational logic in this sector.
Euromasters is a unique, international masters program that prepares graduates for careers in business, administration, diplomacy, policy formulation and research. The full-time program consists of four semesters, during which students study at up to three of the program's partner universities.
The Program provides enhanced study of theoretical and practical issues of international economic relations with a concentration on World Economy, International Economic Legislation, International Contractual Practice and Pricing, International Monetary-Credit Relations, Projecting, Organization and Management of External-Economic Operations etc.
The Master in Economic Analysis of Law and Public Management brings you closer to the legal world with a different method from the traditional analysis applied by lawyers. Through this methodology, economic reasoning is applied to analyze laws and other regulatory systems, such as contracts, jurisprudence and any type of social regulation related to the company. The main objective of the AED is the search for efficiency in legal systems and other mechanisms of social organization, such as institutions and public policies, whose objective is to train the student as an expert in legal advice.
Public policy analysis requires an approach that combines insights and techniques from economics and political science. This programme teaches students to use economic tools to address broad societal problems. The programme extends economic analysis beyond the traditional focus on market interactions to examine the intended and unintended consequences of policies and to explore how and when individual self-interest among politicians, interest groups etc. help or hinder public interest.