Bandeau

Strenghts ecoWhat you want

 

  • To become a qualified player in the field of development economics;
  • To analyse, design and implement realistic and innovative solutions in the context of developing countries;
  • To study methods of reducing poverty and inequality.

 

 

 

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  • ecodevelopStructured around two themes:

    • macroeconomics and international trade: policies for stabilising macro-economic aggregates such as inflation, debt and the balance of payments; structural adjustment policies aimed at achieving high and sustained growth in the developing countries; commercial and regional integration policies, etc.;

    • development and institutions: agrarian contracts and contracts in the informal service sector, property law, microfinance, education, the link between poverty and the environment, financial globalisation and macroeconomic policies, etc.;

  • Includes seminars during which these themes are applied to real cases;

  • Designed around numerous personal assignments in which you apply the tools you have studied.

 

 

Employment prospects

Privileged access to jobs in international bodies (the IMF, the World Bank, the European Union, etc.), non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and local, regional and national public services. Some graduates decide to continue with a PhD after the programme.

Admission conditions

DIRECT access

  • masters in economics with at least 300 credits (or 240 credits and two years of professional experience).

Access by APPLICATION

  • 300-credit masters in another field with a good knowledge of economics.