The structure of our MMES program is nearly identical to that of the first two years of a North American doctoral program in Economics. This is a research oriented program designed for students and mid-careers professionals with a bachelor degree in Mathematics, Statistics or Econometrics. This program offers three sub-fields: Econometric Theory, Econometrics and Applied Economics.
- Microeconomics I
- Macroeconomics I
- Labor Economics
- Microeconomics II
- Macroeconomics II
- Economics History
- Qualitative Data Analysis
- International Development Economics
- Political Economy
- International Trade
- Seminar in Development Economics
- Research Design & Methodology
- Thesis Seminar
Elective courses in "Economic Theory"
- Advanced Game Theory
- Financial Economics
- Seminar in Macroeconomics Theory
- Seminar in Microeconomics Theory
Elective courses in "Econometrics"
- Machine Learning and Neural Network
- Causal Inference and Field Experiments
- Topics in Econometric Theory
Elective courses in "Applied Economics"
- Introduction to Survey Research
- Industrial Organization
- Seminar in Macroeconomics
- Seminar in Microeconomics