Course Overview

This course provides students advanced quantitative and qualitative training to analyze, interpret, and manage complex economic and financial phenomena.

These analytical capabilities prepare our graduates to obtain executive entry level positions at financial institutions and companies, or develop and assess public policies working for government bodies or international institutions. It also offers an adequate training for PhD studies.

 

Thanks to small size classes and a dedicated faculty with an international reputation, students benefit from a challenging academic environment.

The course offers two specialisation paths: Economics or Banking and Finance while several core modules are shared across the two paths. 

Programme structure

Economics Path: Mathematics for Economics; International Economics; Human Capital and Health; Industrial Economics; Public Economics.

Banking and Finance Path: Financial Economics; Mathematics for Financial Risk; Banking Financial and Risk Management; Analysis of Investment Projects; Personal Finance.

Common Modules: Advanced Econometrics; Macroeconomics; Corporate Finance and Accounting; Capital Markets and Regulations.

The Program Director isprof. Bruno Maria Parigi

Read the full course presentationGraduate Course in Economics and Finance