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The curriculum includes a comprehensive treatment of modern theory and empirical techniques. Students are exposed to a broad range of applied fields, and elect to specialize in two fields of particular interest.
Required: Core Economics Modules 1,2,5,6,9,10 (202-203-204) Core Economics Modules 3,4,7,8,11,12 (210-211-212) Econometrics (270-271-272) (Comprehensive exams given after the first year of courses)
Four other graduate-level courses must be completed. One of these must be from the area of economic history (unless that field has already been selected above). These courses must be distributed in such a way that at least two fields not selected above are represented. Distribution courses must be passed with a grade of B or better.
Three quarters of two different field seminars or six quarters of the same field seminar from the list below. Click on field links to view requirements for each field seminar.
|391: Microeconomic Theory||Faculty Coordinator: Ilya Segal|
|310: Macroeconomics||Faculty Coordinator: Monika Piazzesi|
|370: Econometrics||Faculty Coordinator: Han Hong/Frank Wolak
|325: Economic History||Faculty Coordinator: Avner Greif|
|355: Industrial Organization||Faculty Coordinator: Jon Levin|
|315/345: Development/Applications||Faculty Coordinator: Pascaline Dupas
|365: International Economics||
Faculty Coordinator: Kyle Bagwell
|341: Public/Environmental||Faculty Coordinator: Caroline Hoxby|