International Economic Development – 111 - Master’s Year 2

Program Objectives

The International Economics and Development track is an innovative program ""in and through research"", focused on topics related to globalization and development. It aims to develop skills in economics and finance, and to analyze and understand the causes and effects of globalization on national, regional, and international institutions. The end goal of the program is research.

Program objectives:

  • Master academic research methods in economics
  • Create economic outlook studies, sectorial assessments, public policy evaluations, and risk analyses, particularly in developing and emerging markets
  • Gain expertise in tools for statistical and econometric analysis
  • Gain expertise in project management
Types of education
Executive Education
Initial training
French and English
ECTS Credits
60 credits
24 weeks
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year

The challenges of the ecological and social transition in the Master's degree programs

Several courses and tools are offered to students in the Master’s program, regardless of their specialization




    Program Director

  • Gianluca Orefice

    University Professor

    Program Director

  • Anne-Isabelle DEUMIER

    Teaching assistant

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After Dauphine

Employability Indicators After Graduation - Survey Conducted in Collaboration with CGE

1 Month

job hunting's average duration

87,5 %

Matching rate of the job held with the level of qualification


Median salary