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Paris School of Economics offers, in close partnership with different top french academic institutions, three Masters programmes :
All candidates for the Masters programmes are subject to a selective admission process. Candidates must demontrate an excellent aptitude for learning the analytical and quantitative tools that are the hallmark of training at PSE.
In the first year (M1) of the Masters programmes, students take basic courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics and economic history. The following year (M2), students can choose from a wide range of more specialised courses in the different areas of contemporary economic research. This second year culminates in the writing of a Master’s research dissertation.
Students receive a national diploma awarded by the partner establishment, as well as a certificate from the Paris School of Economics, at the end of each year.
All compulsory courses and most optional courses are given in English (since 2007).
Students having completed APE, ETE or PPD can apply for a doctoral program to prepare their PhD in the top level research environment of PSE. While preparing their PhD thesis, students receive training in the writing of scholarly articles in the fields of expertise of the faculty of the school and are required to participe in regular research seminars and conferences.
You are a group of students visiting Paris ?
You would like to meet PSE teachers and students and visit our campus,
please contact us directly so that we set up a meeting
during which we could talk about PSE and the Masters programmes !
S. Riffé Stern : sylvain.riffe parisschoolofeconomics.eu
Monday 17 June 2013
From 17 to 19 June(13h00-13h30)
17-19 juin 2013 - The Factory‐Free Economy: what next for the 21st century? [OSE] :
Alessandro LIZZERI (NYU) : Government Policy with Time Inconsistent Voters
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Baris Vardar : Imperfect Energy Substitution and Optimal Switching to Clean Technologies
Campus Jourdan, bâtiment F, 1er étage, salle de Réunions (12h30-13h30)
Julia CAGE (PSE & Havard University) : Trash Media: How Competition Affects Information
Thursday 20 June 2013
MSE-Paris 1, 6th floor(11h00-12h30)
Maria KUECKEN (Paris 1) : Does malaria control impact education? A study of the Global Fund in Africa.
Maison des Sciences Economiques, Salle S18(12h00-13h30)
Steffen ANDERSEN (Copenhagen Business School) : Fire Sales and House Prices: Evidence from Estate Sales due to Sudden Death (with Kasper Meisner Nielsen)
Basile Grassi, Paris 1 : Firm Dynamics and the Granular Hypothesis
45, rue des Saints-Pères, 75006 (salle des thèses, bâtiment Jacob, 5ème étage)(16h30-18h00)
Robert Tol (University of Sussex) : Targets for global climate policy: An overview
Friday 21 June 2013
Campus Jourdan, bâtiment principal, rez-de-chaussée, salle 8 (12h30-13h30)
Ricardo ESTRADA (PSE) : *
Monday 24 June 2013
Workshop CEPII-PSE 2013, 24th June 2013 :
From 24 to 25 June(10h00-18h00)
24 et 25 juin: Third INEXC Conference, Paris :
Friday 28 June 2013
IMF-PSE Advances in Numerical Methods for Economics :