Quantitative Economic Analysis - 296 - 2nd year of master's degree

Program Objectives

The Quantitative Economic Analysis track offers excellent training in economic research, which enables students to analyze a broad range of contemporary economic issues in depth. Entirely taught in English, the curriculum draws on advanced quantitative methods, including innovative methods used to process massive volumes of data. It will allow you to pursue a doctoral program or embrace a career as a professional economist in the public, semi-public, or private sector, in France or abroad.

  • Acquire high-quality training in economic research and reflect on public and private stakeholders’ decision-making procedures, in the various economic fields: health, public policies, macroeconomics, finance, economic development, …
  • Address economic issues by identifying the specific attributes of public and private stakeholders involved and offering expertise in economic, statistical, or econometric analysis
  • Learn how to manage and analyze qualitative and quantitative data, whatever the size of the database
  • Select the appropriate statistical and econometric tools and put them to use to obtain reliable and robust answers to an economic problem within the public or private sphere
  • Identify and help to produce groundbreaking scientific output in your specialization within the economic sciences
  • Report on economic, statistical and/or econometric results to different audiences, orally and in writing
Types of education
Initial training
Language(s)
English
ECTS Credits
60 credits
Internship
Optional Internship
Capacity
30
Type of Diploma
Diploma from a major institution conferring the Master's degree
Academic Year
2020/2021