Master 2 in Economics of Markets and Organizations (international track)

How do markets work? How do firms make strategic choices? What determines demand and cost structure ?
The master in Economics of Markets and Organizations program combines a solid training in industrial organization, regulatory economics, and econometrics that give students a real expertise in the analysis of strategic aspects of a market, the identification of the determinants of the firms’ economic performance in a market, and the evaluation of policies aimed at improving the market efficiency.

Program 2020-2021
(Syllabi are updated regulary)

SEMESTER 1

  SEMESTER 2

Compulsory courses:

One course among 4:

Four courses among 8:

Non-Mandatory:

Internship or dissertation (a minimum of 16 weeks)

* Course shared with M2 Economic Theory and Econometrics. Upon acceptation by the two Master Directors (ETE and EMO)
** Students who will have followed the course " Professional Development" in M1 in 2019-2020 will be exempted.
*** Upgrade course in Mathematics, open to students in M1 and M2 of TSE.
**** Course shared with M2 Environmental and Natural Resources Economics (5 EMO students maximum on the 1st come/1st served basis)
***** 5 students of the ERNA Master are authorized by the EMO Master Director to attend the  "Industrial Organization of the Food Industry" course (on the 1st come/1st served basis).

 

Bonus point

To practice a sport or a musical activity within the University orchestra during the year can give you bonus points. Only points 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. Some brushing-up in Economics or Maths might be advisable in some cases.
  • Working knowledge of English is obviously required.
  • For more details about application process, we invite you to visit our Admissions section.