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Second-Term Courses 2014-2015


Compulsory Block 3 (January-February)


Statistics and Econometrics


Microeconomics


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. 

Advanced Block 1 (23 February-1 April, exams in week of 7 April)


Macroeconomics


Arpad Abraham , “Optimal Taxation and Private Information

Econometrics or Macroeconomics


Juan Dolado - " Topics on Applied Macro & Labour "

Half-Credit Courses


Eric Brousseau/Jean-Michel Glachant (Florence School of Regulation), "The Economics of Regulation: Contractual and Institutional Perspectives" (Micro)

  • Monday 30 March, 11:00-13:00  and 15:00-17:00
  • Tuesday 31 March, 11:00-13:00 and 15:00-17:00
  •  Wednesday 1st April, 11:00-13:00
  • Tuesday 21 April, 11.00-13.00

Aranzazu Crespo, “International Trade” (Macro)

  • Tuesday 24 February, 17.15-19.15
  • Tuesday 3 March, 17.15-19.15
  • Tuesday 10 March, 17.15-19.15
  • Tuesday 17 March, 17.15-19.15
  • Monday 23 March, 15.00-17.00

Andrea Galeotti, "The Economics of Networks" (Micro)

  • Tuesday 24 February, 8:45-10:45
  • Tuesday 3 March, 8:45-10:45
  • Tuesday 10 March, 8:45-10:45 moved to Wednesday 11 March, 15.00-17.00
  • Thursday 19 March, 15:00-17:00
  • Tuesday 24 March, 8:45-10:45

Antonio Villar, “Inequality, Poverty and Welfare” (Micro)

  • Friday 27 February
  • Friday 6 March
  • Friday 13 March
  • Tuesday 17 March
  • Friday 27 March

all at 8:45-10:45

 

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