Advanced Courses 2019-2020
During the first and second 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.
Block IV advanced courses 30 March – 29 May – Exams in week of 25 May
Patrik Guggenberger, Econometrics of Big Data and Uniformly Valid Inference (half-credit/Reading Group)
Ramon Marimon, Macro-Finance and policy design (half-credit)
Nils Grevenbrock, Topics in Macroeconomics and Household Finance (half-credit)
Leonardo Melosi, Information Frictions and Expectations in Macro (half-credit)
Francisco Vitorino Queiros, Topics in Macroeconomics with Asset Bubbles (half-credit)
Alessandro Spiganti, Economics of Innovation (half-credit)
Methodology course for 1st year researchers (compulsory, no credit)
Andrea Ichino, Russell Cooper, Michele Belot, David Levine, How to Conceive, Write and Publish a Paper in Economics
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