During the first, second and third year, students are required to pass 8 advanced courses to be chosen with the agreement of the supervisor/advisor. First year students can only attend advanced courses in block IV.
Each teaching block is followed by exams.
Thomas Crossley, Economic Measurement (full-credit)Andrea Ichino, The Statistics of Causal Inference (Joint ECO/SPS - 1 or 2 credits)
Ramon Marimon, Lessons from the 21st Century crises and the new macro-finance models (half-credit)
Kristina Strohmaier, Topics in International Taxation (half-credit)
Bart Taub, Dynamic Contact Theory and Related Topics in Continuous Time (half-credit)Russell Cooper/Jesus Bueren, Household Dynamic Choice Part I - Part II (full-credit)
Andrea Mattozzi, Topics in Political Economy (full-credit)Joachim Winter, Topics in Health Economics (half-credit)John Hassler, The Climate and the Economy (half-credit)Ruben Durante, Text Analysis for Economists (full-credit)Philipp Schmidt-Dengler, Empirical Industrial Organization (full-credit)
Thomas Crossley, Topics in Microeconometrics (full-credit)
A. Monge-Naranjo, TBA (half-credit)
Giacomo Calzolari, Advanced Industrial Organization (full-credit)
Sule Alan, Field Research Design and Impact Evaluation (full-credit)
Andrea Gazzani, Applied Macroeconometrics (half-credit)
Arpad Abraham, Endogenous and Exogenous Incomplete Markets (half-credit)Ramon Marimon, Macro-Finance and policy design (half-credit)Leonardo Melosi, Information Frictions and Expectations in Macro (half-credit)Edouard Challe, Advanced Macroeconomic Policy (full-credit)
Zeinab Aboutalebi, Organizational Economics (full-credit)
Junze Sun, TBA (half-credit)Alessandro Tondini (half-credit)Cristina Lafuente Martinez, Frontiers of Macro Labour (half-credit)
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