The program starts with foundational courses advancing your knowledge on key concepts from both micro- and macroeconomics as well as methodological courses focusing on econometric tools including data analysis, statistics, case studies and policy evaluation.
After the compulsory foundational courses, you will have to choose one of the following three specialisations to gain more detailed knowledge in an area of your interest:
(!) Please note that from the academic year 2021-2022 onwards, the "Education and Labour Economics" specialisation will be replaced by the "Digitalisation and the Future of Learning and Work" specialisation.
The current specialisations are:
Global challenges and macroeconomic policy
Market regulation and design
Digitalisation and the Future of Learning and Work replacing the former specialisation: Education and Labour Economics