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Second-Term Courses 2012-2013

Compulsory Block 3 (January-February)

Statistics and Econometrics


Fabio Canova
Block III course outline

Microeconomics


Andrea Mattozzi
Block III course outline

Macroeconomics


Advanced Core Courses for First and Second Year Students

During the first and second year, students are required to pass two advanced courses in each of the three fields (Econometrics, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics) to be chosen with the agreement of the supervisor/advisor, plus 2 additional advanced courses, chosen freely, for a total of 8 courses. They must pass at least two advanced courses during the first year to be considered for promotion to the second year. Any remaining advanced course requirement will need to be fulfilled in the second year. 

For both 1st and 2nd year students


The advanced course on “ Economics of the European Union” taught by Jerome Adda and Ramon Marimon, has compulsory attendance, and must be taken either in the 1st or 2nd year but not necessarily for credit. 
Dates of course: 30 January, 6 February, 27 February, 6 March,13 March, 20 March, 27 March, 3 April, 15 May and 22 May.

Advanced Block 1 (25 February - 29 March - exams in week of 8 April)

Macroeconomics


Evi Pappa -  International Macroeconomics


Francesco Lippi (U. of Sassari) - half-credit  course on Macroeconomics of Inaction

Monday 25/2, 17.15-19.15
Tuesday 26/2, 17.15-19.15 
Wednesday 27/2, 17.15-19.15
Friday 8/3, 17.15-19.15
Monday 18/3, 17.15-19.15


Charles Brendon (Max Weber Fellow) - half-credit course on  “Topics in Dynamic Optimal Taxation”

Macro or Econometrics


Jerome Adda -  Dynamic Economics

Micro or Macroeconomics


Elena Carletti -  Financial Crisis

Microeconomics


Fernando Vega-Redondo -  Social Networks

Jesper Rudiger (Max Weber Fellow) - half-credit course on  “ Information Transmission in Economics

 

Econometrics


Peter Hansen -  Model selection and volatility

 

 

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