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Second-Term Courses 2009-2010

Compulsory Block 3 (January-February)

Statistics and Econometrics

Helmut Luetkepohl 
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Arpad Abraham
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Massimo Morelli
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Advanced Courses

All current 1st year students must follow a total of at least 4 (maximum 6) Advanced Courses and sit exams in these 4 courses, of which they must pass at least 3 (from different fields) to be considered for promotion to the 2nd year. In making these choices, they should also remember that by the end of their 2nd year they should have passed 6 Advanced Core courses, 2 each in Macro, Micro and Econometrics, plus 2 additional Advanced courses, chosen freely from among the Advanced Core and Non-Core (or Optional) courses, for a total of 8 courses.

Current 2nd year students must ensure that by the end of their 2nd year they have passed the exams of 8 Advanced Courses, of which 6 should be Advanced Core courses (2 in each of the 3 fields).


Advanced Courses, 2nd-year Researchers

 Presented by Title Date

Andrea Ichino

The Problem of Causality



Ramon Marimon Recursive Contracts: Theory, Applications and Beyond




Advanced Block 1, 1st and 2nd-year Researchers (1March to 16 April)

Salvador Ortigueira Labor Markets, Labor Market Institutions and Macroeconomic Performance Term2Adv-200910Ortigueira
Giancarlo Corsetti

International Macroeconomics


Microeconomics or Macroeconomics
Elena Carletti Financial Crises Term2Adv1-200910Carletti
Massimo Morelli

Special Interests Poitics: Labbying and Bargaining Theory for Public Finance



Jerome Adda Microeconometrics Term2Adv1-200910AddaMicroeconometrics
Helmut Luetkepohl Structural Vector Autoregressions and Asymptotic Theory for Time Series Econometrics Term2-200910LuetkepohlAsympAdv1
  Macroeconomics or Econometrics 
Jérome Adda  and Russell Cooper  Topics in Applied Dynamic Programming 1





Half Credit Course
 Optional Course  
Marco Ottaviani, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University

Information Aggregation in Markets and Organizations



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