Master 2 Economic Theory and Econometrics (doctoral track)

The Master 2 in "Economic Theory and Econometrics" allows students to acquire a thorough, general training (in economic theory, econometrics, industrial organisation, etc.) before choosing a specific area of research.
This master is specially designed for students interested in economic theory, econometrics, industrial organisation, macroeconomics and other theoretical and applied fields. It offers a large range of courses that allow students to start a PhD in the best possible conditions, particularly those who have not yet chosen their research topic.

The "Doctoral track" allows students to acquire a thorough and advanced general training in economic theory (micro, macro and econometrics) before choosing a specific area of research.
This program is specially designed for students interested in micro and macro theory, econometrics, industrial organisation and other theoretical and applied fields. It offers a large range of courses that allow students to start a PhD in the best possible conditions.
Master thesis, advised by a faculty member, should show the aptitude and the skills of the students to do autonomous research in application to the PhD course.
 

Students must complete 6 graduate courses of 36 hours (3 at the 1st Semester and 3 at the 2nd semester) and 4 graduate courses of 30 hours ( 2 at the 1st Semester and 2 at the 2nd semester ) and write a Master thesis in application to the PhD course. Master thesis, advised by a faculty member, should show the aptitude and the skills of the students to do autonomous research in application to the PhD course.

Syllabi are in the process of being updated. For information, here are all 2018-2019 syllabi

Program 2019-2020

SEMESTER 3

SEMESTER 4

Compulsory: Compulsory:
  • Microeconomics 2
  • Macroeconomics 2
  • Econometrics 2
Choose 1 elective:
  • Optimization
  • Game Theory    
2 among 12 :
  • Asset pricing and financial market
  • Corporate finance and financial intermediation
  • Public economics of the environment
  • Development microeconomics
  • Public economics
  • Economic theory
  • Stochastic optimal control in economics
  • Topics in econometrics and empirical economics
  • Industrial Organization
  • Quantitatives techniques in economics
  • Advanced Behavioral and Experimental Economics
  Master thesis or internship

All courses are not offered every year

Bonus point

To practice a sport or a musical activity within the University orchestra during the year can give you bous points. Only point above 10/20 are recorded.

 

  • Admission is based on academic excellence criteria. An undergraduate degree of at least 4 years of college or a Master’s degree is required, within a recognized curriculum considered as consistent with the program and approved by the TSE selection committee. A high level in Mathematics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics is necessary.
  • Working knowledge of English is obviously required.
  • For more details about application process, click here