Masters in Economics

Offering choice and direction

Electives give students the chance to specialize in a certain field. Students who complete a minimum number of prescribed electives will obtain explicit reference to the core area of study on their academic transcript or diploma certificate.

Students will often find themselves in a diverse group comprising peers from other Masters programs, representing a valuable opportunity to hear the views of students from different backgrounds and academic disciplines. Delivered in practical, strategic, and academic formats, electives are taught by school faculty, who offer vital insight into the latest areas of research and economic policy.

Students can pick from a wide-ranging portfolio of electives designed to meet the personal preferences and chosen direction that they would like to give to their studies.

  • Advanced Industrial Organization
  • Behavioral Economics and Finance
  • Competition Policy
  • Development Economics
  • Economic Regulation
  • Economics of Agriculture and Environment
  • Economics of Education
  • Economics of Health and Healthcare
  • Empirical Macroeconomics
  • Environmental Policy
  • European Economy
  • Financial Crisis in History
  • Fiscal Policy and Stabilization
  • Game Theory
  • Global Energy Markets
  • Globalization and Governance
  • History of Economic Analysis
  • International Trade
  • Labor Economics
  • Macroeconomic Theory
  • Macrofinance
  • Numerical Methods and MatLab
  • Policy Evaluation
  • Poverty: Concepts and Challenges
  • Public Finance
  • Seminar on Current Economic and Financial Issues
  • Sustainable Growth
  • Tools for Applied Policy Analysis

- Some courses might not be offered every academic year.
- Students may attend elective courses from other masters programs, subject to availability.