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The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Aside from the distinguishing between microeconomics and macroeconomics, students who are studying economics must also learn the difference between positive economics and normative economics. The former deals with that which is, while the later deals with that which ought to be. Other distinguishing characteristics include economic theory and applied economics.

Among one of the very old cities of Italy, Bologna has always been a very distinguished place to visit and obtain education. Educational institutions, such as the University of Bolonga, boast of well-educated faculty and education in medieval art, music and culture.

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Master in Economics

University of Bologna
Campus Full-time 2 years September 2019 Italy Bologna

Our Master's degree in Economics (LMEC) aims at providing rigorous training in economics and econometrics. The program leads to advanced command over quantitative tools extensively used in the discipline and combines rigorous research methods with practical research experience. Students will learn to analyze and solve complex problems for governments, research centers, international agencies, central banks, financial institutions and all private and public firms whose activity requires experienced quantitative profiles.

Master in Economics and Economic Policy: Health Economics and Management

University of Bologna
Campus Full-time 2 years October 2019 Italy Bologna

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.