Economics

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Economics

​​Please note that this overview is subject to change.

For more information on the specialisation in Economics, please see the website.

 

 
Course code Course name ECTS Course type Spring 2017Autumn 2017Spring 2018

Autumn
2018​

Spring 2019Autumn
2019
Spring 2020​
DRE 7017 Mathematics, Ph.D
 4
Elective ​X
DRE 4010 Advanced Microeconomics
6
Common ​X
DRE 7008 Advanced Statistics
6
Common ​X
DRE 4007 Advanced Macroeconomics
6
Common ​X
DRE 4012 Asset Pricing Theory
6
Common X​X​
DRE 7002 Time Series Econometrics
6
Specialisation* ​XX​
DRE 7006 Panel Data/ Microeconometrics
6
Specialisation* X​X​

​DRE 7022

​Research Seminar in Economics
6
​Specialisation*X​​X​X​X​XX​X

DRE 7021

​Research Ethics
0
​Specialisation*​X
X
DRE 4011 Empirical Asset Pricing
6
Elective ​X​   X
DRE 7004 Topics in Macroeconomics
6
Specialisation* ​X​   X
DRE 7003 Topics in Microeconomics
6
Specialisation* ​X​X
DRE 7005 Topics in Search Theory
6
Specialisation* ​X 
   ​X
​DRE 7012 ​Experimental Economics
6
​Elective ​    

​  X
​DRE 7011 Lecture series on Oil Markets and the Macro Economy

3
​Elective​X
   
  

  X
​DRE 4017​Numerical Methods in Finance and Economics
6
​Elective


    X




  X
DRE 7014 ​Bayesian Econometrics
3
​Elective
DRE 7018​Econometric Theory for Structural Inference in Finance
2
​Elective
DRE 7019​Bayesian Time Series Modeling & Forecasting​3​Elective
DRE 7020​Regime-Switching DSGE modeling in RISE​3​Elective
DRE 7023​Topics in Macroeconomic Dynamics​3​Elective
​DRE 7024​Factor Models in Macroeconomics3​​Elective​X

*PhD candidates in Economics are (as all other PhD candidates, except marketing) required to take 24 ECTS of specialisation courses (for further information kindly see the course requirement section). There are 36 ECTS of specialisation courses listed above. This means that PhD candidates in Economics need to take (and pass) four of the six specialisation courses. 

Changes December 2013: DRE 4011 Empirical Asset Pricing changes from a specialisation course to an elective course. DRE 7005 Topics in Search Theory (Incentives and Contracts in Markets with Search Frictions) is changed from an elective course to a specialisation course. This new arrangement is to be practiced for new candidates admitted in 2014 and after.

Course requirements are explained here. For information on how to sign up for courses please click here.

Last Modified: 26/05/2017 09:08