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Mandatory

AQME Certificate courses - Mandatory

QUANTITATIVE COURSES: Field Theory - 6 ECTS to choose

OPTIONAL COURSE: Field Social and public policies - 6 ECTS

OPTIONAL COURSE: Field Macro and Finance - 6 ECTS to choose

SPECIALIZATION COURSES: Field Theory - 12 ECTS

SPECIALIZATION COURSES: Field Social and public policies - 9 ECTS to choose

SPECIALIZATION COURSES: Field Macro and Finance - 9 ECTS to choose

Mandatory

SPECIALIZATION COURSES: Field Social and public policies - 9 ECTS to choose

SPECIALIZATION COURSES: Field Macro and Finance - 9 ECTS to choose

SPECIALIZATION COURSES: Field Theory - 9 ECTS to choose

RESEARCH SEMINAR: Field Theory - 3 ECTS

RESEARCH SEMINAR: Field Social and public policies - 3 ECTS to choose

RESEARCH SEMINAR: Field Macro and Finance - 3 ECTS

Academic Training Year 2022 - 2023 - subject to modification

Teaching Modalities

All courses in the Quantitative Economic Analysis track are taught in English and in lecture format. In some cases, part of the session may be devoted to correcting exercises and/or data processing. As the program emphasizes research training, students will frequently read research articles, with the possibility of presenting some of them in front of the class. The first semester goes from September to December. The second semester starts in January and ends in early May. On completing each semester, students will receive 30 ECTS credits.

There are two mandatory courses during the first semester:Information EconomicsandIntroduction to Machine Learning. The selection of other courses depends on the student's chosen specialization, out of 3 options:Social and Public Policies,Theory, andMacroeconomics and Finance. During the first semester, courses should be selected within two distinct blocks: Quantitative Methods and Specialization Courses. During the second semester, students take three courses and a research seminar corresponding to their specialization. During the second semester, students must also write a dissertation, to be submitted and defended in June.

Internships and Supervised Projects

Each student in the Quantitative Economic Analysis track individually writes a research thesis, which counts for 18 ECTS credits, out of 30 credits in the 2nd semester. The Master thesis will be supervised by a researcher member of the LEDa (research department in economics of Dauphine-PSL) or a member of the Master’s pedagogical team. The Master thesis should be defended orally in early June or early October.

The end-of-year internship is not required. However, students are strongly encouraged to pursue one after the second semester’s exams, although this will not be rewarded with ECTS credits.