Advanced Research degree in Economics (MRes in Economics)

The Advanced Research degree in Economics (MRes in Economics) year consists in a final year of advanced, specialized courses. Students should select 7 courses (1 credit per course), attend a 'workshop'/work group (2 credits) and present some original research work in September. 

After the M2 ETE, the Advanced Research degree in Economics (MRes in Economics) year is the first year of the PhD program at TSE. MRes in Economics students follow advanced courses in order to reach the knowledge frontier of their research fields. Each student must select 7 courses and attend a workshop. The MRes in Economics must be validated by the production and the defense of a research paper in the fall following the academic year.

Courses 2024-2025

The list of fields is:

  • Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  • Development and Political Economy
  • Econometrics and Empirical Economies
  • Economic Theory
  • Environmental Economics
  • Finance
  • Macroeconomics
  • Industrial Organization
  • Public Economics

Semester 1

Semester 2

Behavorial and Experimental Economics 

Development and Political Economy

Econometrics and Empirical Economics 

  • Static and Dynamic Discrete Choice Models: Applications in Education and Environmental Economics (15h): Olivier de Groote
  • Simulation based methods in Econometrics (15h): Eric Gautier and Pascal Lavergne

Economic Theory 

Environmental Economics

Finance (FIN):

Industrial Organization

Macroeconomics

Public Economics

 

 

 

 

Behavorial and Experimental Economics

Development and Political Economy

Econometrics and Empirical Economics

Economic Theory

Environmental Economics

  • Empirical Environmental Economics (15h): Anouch Missirian (TBC)
  • Climate and Energy (15h): Stefan Ambec
  • Advanced Environmental Economics : Empirics (15h): Mathias Reynaert

Finance

  • Financial Intermedation and Macroeconomic Fluctuations (TBC)
  • Behavioural Finance (TBC)
  • Financial Intermediation and Information Technologies (15h): Jean-Charles Rochet

Industrial Organization

Macroeconomics

Public Economics

 

Cours 2023-2024

Semester 1

Semester 2

Behavorial and Experimental Economics (BEE):

Development and Political Economy (DP):

Econometrics and Empirical Economics (EEE):

Economic Theory (Theory):

Environmental Economics (ENV):

Finance (FIN):

Industrial Organization (IO):

Macroeconomics (MACRO):

Public Economics (PUBLIC):

DEAR(MRes) /M2 Methodological Classes (30H) :

 

 

 

Behavorial and Experimental Economics (BEE):

Development and Political Economy (DP):

Econometrics and Empirical Economics (EEE):

Economic Theory (Theory):

Environmental Economics (ENV):

Finance (FIN):

  • Financial Intermedation and Macroeconomic Fluctuations
  • Behavioural Finance
  • Financial Intermediation and Information Technologies

Industrial Organization (IO):

Macroeconomics (MACRO):

Public Economics (PUBLIC):

M2 Field DEAR (MRes) (30H)*:

  • BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS (BEE)
  • DEVELOPMENT: THEORY, PUBLIC POLICY, AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES (DHP)
  • TOPICS IN ECONOMETRICS AND EMPIRICAL ECONOMICS (EEE)
  • ECONOMIC THEORY (THEORY)
  • ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS (ENV)
  • CAPITAL MARKETS (FIN)
  • CORPORATE FINANCE: THEORY AND EMPIRICS (FIN)
  • INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION (IO)
  • ADVANCES IN MACROECONOMICS (MACRO)
  • PUBLIC ECONOMICS (PUBLIC)
  • STOCHASTIC OPTIMAL CONTROL IN ECONOMICS
  • MICROECONOMICS II
  • MACROECONOMICS II
  • ECONOMETRICS 2

 

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