The Master in Quantitative Economics is a two-year graduate program in English, geared towards research in economics. It provides anadvanced academic training to learn about the decision-making process of public and private economic stakeholders, with a strong content in advanced quantitative methods, including innovative methods of Big Data processing.
Degree Level : BAC + 5
Master’s: French National University Degree Program Duration: 4 semesters
Number of ECTS Credit points: 120
Head of Program : Lise Patureau, Professor
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The courses are taught at the University Paris-Dauphine, during the two years of the training.
The first year of the program provides a solid knowledge of fundamental courses in Economics: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Econometrics, Game Theory. Specialization occurs in the second year of the program.
In the stream Quantitative Economic Analysis, you choose one specialization field among the three proposed: Theory, Social and Public Policies and Macroeconomics & Finance. The teaching load is deliberately reduced in the second semester to leave you enough room for the Master thesis (that should be completed in May).
In the stream Digital Economics, you choose among many courses in the field of digital economics. An internship is included.
Lise PATUREAU, Professor
Head of the master in Quantitative Economics et
Head of the Quantitative Economic Analysis 2nd year Stream (openning in 2020)
Clémentine GARROUSTE, Assistant professor and
René AID, Professor
Responsables du parcours Digital Economics (openning in 2020)
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Source: Paris-Dauphine Master’s Graduate Employment Survey for the Class of 2017, carried out in collaboration with Pluricité, a consulting group specialized in public policy assessment, between January and March 2019.
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Admission in the first year of the Master program : Students from France and abroad that hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent diploma (Bac+3 – 180 ECTS)
Admission in the second year of the program : Students who have obtained the 60 ECTS credits of the first year of the Master Quantitative Economics or another Master in economics or in applied mathematics to social sciences from the Université Paris-Dauphine, or from another university or institution considered as equivalent, in France or abroad.