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International Economic Assessment – 211 - Master’s Year 2

Program Year

Obligatoire pour apprentissage

  • Matlab (Pré-rentrée)
  • Livret

Obligatoire pour formation continue

  • Matlab (Pré-rentrée)
  • Mémoire

Optionnel - 24 ECTS à choisir

  • Introduction à l'évaluation des politiques publiques
  • Concepts et outils d'analyse de la pauvreté et des inégalités
  • Méthodes empiriques d'analyse des politiques de développement
  • Financial Markets
  • Analyse sectorielle
  • Pourquoi l’accord de Paris n’a pas mis fin au réchauffement climatique : économie et géopolitique des enjeux environnementaux
  • Macro-économétrie
  • Risque pays
  • Comptes nationaux

Obligatoire pour apprentissage

  • Economie internationale appliquée
  • Crises et politiques publiques
  • Initiation à R
  • Livret

Obligatoire pour formation continue

  • Economie internationale appliquée
  • Initiation à R
  • Crises et politiques publiques
  • Mémoire

Optionnel - 12 ECTS à choisir

  • Union européenne : politique macroéconomique et intégration financière
  • Asset allocation
  • Diagnostic de court terme et nowcasting
  • VBA pour Excel

Academic Training Year 2021 - 2022 - subject to modification


Teaching Modalities

The program is designed to offer a balance between theory and practice in both its content and its instructional methods. Classes work in small groups to encourage active pedagogy in the form of group work, projects, presentations, and so on.
The program offers a large number of electives, 30% of which are taught in English. The program consists of around 300 hours of instruction between September and March.
The year is structured on a rotational model, according to the following pattern:

  • From September to March: 3 days at work, 2 days on campus;
  • From April to September: full-time work.

Students do their rotations in a wide range of institutions in the private and public sector.
The apprenticeship is reviewed in regular meetings with an academic tutor and an apprenticeship mentor and results in two assignments and a thesis defense.

  • The first mid-apprenticeship assignment presents the host company or institution and its environment; it describes the goals and projects for the second half of the apprenticeship.
  • The second assignment is an economic thesis based on one or more of these projects; it also contains a summary of the apprenticeship. Students must then defend the thesis.
Over the course of the year, students also undertake interdisciplinary academic projects such as organizing a research trip and planning and putting on a conference.


Internships and Supervised Projects

Continuing education students must complete an internship of at least three months. They can do so at their current place of work.

Équipe pédagogique

  • Sylvain BELLEFONTAINE

    Senior economist / AFD

  • Etienne Espagne

    Senior economist / AFD

  • Marie BESSEC

    Maître de conférences

  • Gauthier VERMANDEL

    Maître de conférences

  • Aude SZTULMAN

    Maître de conférences

  • Edouard SENECHAL

    Managing analyst / SWIB

  • Florian ROGER

    Head of Research / Exane Derivatives

  • Frédéric PELTRAULT

    Maître de conférences

  • Sarah N'SONDE

    Responsable des analyses sectorielles / COFACE

  • Paola MONPERRUS-VERONI

    Economiste zone euro / Crédit Agricole

  • Marta MENENDEZ

    Maître de conférences

  • Sabine MAGE-BERTOMEU

    Professeur des universités

  • François LEQUILLER

    Consellor to Director of statistics / OECD

  • Elodie DJEMAI

    Maître de conférences

  • Juan-Carlos DIAZ-MENDOZA

    Economiste, Société Générale

  • François-Xavier CHAUCHAT

    Economiste / DORVAL-AM

  • Stéphane COLLIAC

    Senior economist / BNP Paribas