Graduates of the 2nd cycle Degree programme in Economics (in English) will have a sound economic background in accordance with the highest European and international standards, principally by completing the training achieved in the 1st cycle degree programme in economics.
This learning outcome is pursued through a coordinated series of approaches such as: (i) the advanced study of economic theory and quantitative analysis techniques; (ii) the development of skills in study fields that demonstrate the applicative possibilities of the tools acquired; (iii) the development of analytical interests regarding the historical and institutional factors of economic systems; (iv) the creative use of economic methodologies and quantitative techniques which are inherent to the various application sectors for the solution of economic and corporate problems.
The 2nd cycle degree programme in Economics is structured around economics, statistics for economics and law for business course units. In addition, more specific topics, such as the economics of labour and industry, international economics, monetary and financial economics, public economics, resources and development economics, methodologies of economic analysis, economic policy and economic history, are studied in greater depth. The degree programme favours research methods and thus leads to advanced command over quantitative tools within a multi-disciplinary context.
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