Economics is defined as "the study of the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in human society" in the Economist's Dictionary of Economics. The objective is to explain how economies work and how economic agents interact. Simply put, economics is the study of how people choose to use resources including, but not limited to the time, the land, buildings, equipment and the knowledge. It has unique methods for analyzing and predicting individual behavior, along with the effects of institutions such as firms and governments, or clubs and religions.
Economics is divided into two main branches; microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomics looks into the behavior of basic elements in the economy, including individual markets and agents (such as consumers and firms, buyers and sellers). For instance, how the change of the price of a good would influence a family's purchasing decisions would be of interest to microeconomics. Macroeconomics, on the other hand, examines the sum total of the decisions made by individuals in a society. Hence it looks into issues affecting an entire economy such as unemployment, inflation, economic growth, and monetary and fiscal policy. As such, how a change in interest rates would influence national savings would be an issue of interest for macroeconomics.
The energy efficiency bias of this study programme makes it ideal for bachelor’s graduates in engineering wishing to acquire deeper knowledge in the thermodynamics, mathematics and modern technologies needed to assess energy-related issues.
As a student on this MA Programme in European Governance, you will study and live in two different places. This allows you to study and experience European governance from two different perspectives while providing you with a unique personal experience.
This internationally-recognised MBA course is designed for practising managers aspiring to higher positions. The programmes emphasis is directly rooted in management practice and concentrates on the following: strategic analysis, interdisciplinary skills, intellectual stimulation and independent judgement whilst covering a number of core disciplines: human resource management, organisational behaviour, accounting and finance, marketing and operations.
The Financial Economics program is both academically rigorous and applied. Its curriculum is a unique blend of the core courses in Micro- and Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Asset pricing and Corporate finance, and applied courses in various fields of Economics and Finance.
Study a master’s program in global logistics at the world's only logistics university. Our program combines the themes logistics, management and leadership in a unique way. Logistics represents more than half of the curriculum! Get more information now!
The international MSc Economics of Public Policy and Management gives you the knowledge and expertise to take on complex social-economic questions around such issues as taxes, emigration, and welfare.
Business Management aims to equip students with a good understanding of the material, economic, organizational, informative and managerial aspects of processes taking place in a company and their mutual connections. As well as gaining theoretical knowledge students will also develop skills necessary for both executive and managerial functions.
The Master EIBM, three centres of excellence, three cultures for an exceptional programme whose aim is to train international managers capable of working in a wide array of positions within a company. Audencia provides financial aid in the form of scholarships/fellowships to early applicants.
The International Business School Alliance (IBSA) is a dynamic entry point into your global career. Through a partnership of seven international universities, this global connection of industry leaders, researchers, professors and entrepreneurs sees the world as one market – segmented by geography and culture – yet still one market.
The Master of Science in Finance and Banking is a one-year, full time programme entirely taught in English, targeted at participants who wish to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for a successful career in the fields of corporate finance, banking or financial regulation. It is an officially accredited master programme and it includes a curricular internship.
The Full-Time MBA programme is aimed at future high-level managers who expect to gain state of the art knowledge in management as well as to learn better business practices.
The Master in Wealth Management (MWM) aims to educate and train future wealth managers. The curriculum, developed by the Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF) in cooperation with the Private Banking Group Luxembourg (PBGL) , combines traditional finance subjects such as accounting, asset pricing, financial analysis, with person-, legal- and tax-centric subjects such as interpersonal skills, cross cultural communication.