Master 2 EA : Content of the courses

The content of the courses is available here.

Introductory courses :
Introduction to Microeconomics (Peter Vida)
Mathematics for Economists (Marius Ochea)

First term :
Econometrics (Olivier Donni)
Game Theory (Peter Vida)
Macroeconomics (Olivier Charlot)
Microeconomics (Gabriel Desgranges, Agustin Pérez-Barahona)

Second term :
Mathematics for Economics II (Marcus Pivato)
Advanced Macroeconomics (Frédérique Bec)
Advanced Microeconomics (Anastasios Dosis, Gabriel Desgranges)

One course among 2 described below :
Microeconometrics (Arnaud Lefranc)
Time Series Analysis (Guillaume Chevillon)

Two courses among 5 presented below :
Industrial Organization (Sara Biancini et Thomas Trégouët)
International Finance (Cristina Terra)
International Trade (Pamela Bombarda)
Labor Economics (not given in 2018-2019)
Public Economics (Pascal Belan, Laurence Jacquet)

Third term :
Master’s Thesis
The master’s thesis is a piece of original scholarship, written under the direction of a faculty advisor, on a relevant topic in economics the student is interested in. Students are strongly advised to find a supervisor by the beginning of the academic year. Meetings with professors to discuss possible topics will be organized.

Research seminar I : Professors seminar (Laurence Jacquet)
Research seminar II : Students seminar (Laurence Jacquet)