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Those who study economics first and foremost learn the differences between microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics involves the behavior of individual markets, such as households and firms, and their interactions. Macroeconomics, on the other hand, involves looking at the entire economy as a whole.
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Expertise in Human Capital Development provides the preparation of managers responsible in the management of human talent, that they possess the skills needed platform for HR processes and distinctive represents significant added value to business processes ...
The M.A. in Economics program is designed to provide students with a background in applied economics which leads to professional employment in business, government, or education. Special emphasis is placed on the use of data analysis to investigate public policy issues.
The MA in Economics at Western Illinois University is a specialized program preparing students for various positions in business and government, or desiring to teach in two-year colleges, or intending to advance into doctorate studies in business, economics, and the law.
The world is moving from a linear economy of make-use-dispose to a more sustainable circular one. In this new world, it’s critical to determine if alternative (biobased) resources have the potential to become truly sustainable and economically-viable sources for materials and energy, as well as food production. A company that wants to succeed in this industry must be prepared for the challenges and opportunities ahead. This MicroMasters program is intended for those currently working in biobased industries, industries that are transitioning to be more biobased, or non-profit and governmental institutions.
The Master's Degree in Economy, Technology and Innovation provides students with a strong theoretical background as well as practical skills. The Master's Degree in Economy, Technology and Innovation offers: an interdisciplinary programme which blends and applies economics, managerial, legal and quantitative approaches to innovation studies; the unique opportunity to study in a prestigious university located in the centre of Rome; a strong formal training and practical experience. Career opportunities The graduate in Economy, Technology and Innovation will be able to collaborate with public and private companies and Institutions dealing with innovation. The acquired skills will enable them to become competitive in the international job market. Our graduate students will master different knowledge required to pursue innovative projects in various environment including: international companies, high-tech companies, and international organisations.
The Master focuses on issues related to development and growth both in developing and emerging countries as well as in the backward areas of developed countries. It also offers some knowledge on planning practices and project management and aims to provide a broad education in international cooperation and economic development, enabling students to acquire the knowledge and critical understanding necessary to make a significant contribution to the management of public and private policies within the international cooperation framework.
The challenging global economy requires highly trained individuals who possess the knowledge and the skills in economic policymaking.
This professional degree allows students to combine UC San Diego’s rigorous professional training with a specialist’s interest in China. Students are trained to use cross-disciplinary tools to dig deeply into the economics and politics of China, as well as to consider its place in the Asia Pacific region and its relationship with the U.S.
The Brussels-Washington joint degree in Political Economy is an innovative one-year program combining the strengths of two internationally-renowned institutions. Upon successful completion of the program, two degrees are awarded, one by Solvay Brussels School and one by Georgetown University.
The Master of Economics is a master’s degree in economics comprising of training in economic theory, econometrics, and applied economics.
A Master in International Development Policy gives the next generation of international development leaders the skills they need to change the world.
The Department of Economics at The New School for Social Research offers a broad and critical approach to the study of economics, covering a wide range of schools of thought, including Keynesian and post-Keynesian economics; the classical political economy of Smith, Ricardo, and Marx; structuralist and institutionalist approaches to economics; and neoclassical economics.
Cornell’s Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Applied Economics and Management (AEM) is a one-year program designed to build upon your undergraduate experience and launch your career with an industry-specific focus in one of five specialized concentrations.