Academic Requirements

The guidelines in the table below provide an indication of these requirements, which may also be obtained through other books or literature in the national language of the student.
A. Students admitted to the European Economic Studies Programme should have followed the equivalent of
A.1 A course of at least 30 hours in Intermediate Microeconomics, at the level of the textbook by Hal R. VARIAN, "Intermediate Microeconomics. A Modern Approach", 4th ed., New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 1996, or equivalent
A.2 A course of at least 30 hours in Intermediate Macroeconomics, at the level of the textbook by Oliver BLANCHARD, "Macroeconomics", 2nd ed., London: Prentice Hall, 2000, or equivalent
A.3 A course of at least 30 hours in Quantitative Methods / Econometrics, at the level of the first 12 chapters of the textbook by Jeffrey M. WOOLDRIDGE, "Introductory Econometrics: A Modern Approach", South-Western College Publishing, 2000, or equivalent
A.4 A course of at least 30 hours in Mathematics including calculus and optimisation, at the level of the textbook by Mik WISNIEWSKI, "Introductory Mathematical Methods in Economics", London: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1996, or equivalent
 
B. Ideally, students admitted to the European Economic Studies Programme should have taken at least 3 courses of 30 hours or so in the following fields
B.1 International Economics at the level of the textbook by Paul KRUGMAN and Maurice OBSTFELD, "International Economics: Theory and Policy", 4th ed., Reading: Addison-Wesley, 1997, or equivalent
B.2 Theory of Finance at the level of the textbook by Zvi BODIE  and Robert C. MERTON, "Finance", Prentice Hall, 1998, or equivalent
B.3 Theory of Public Economics and Public Finance at the level of the textbook by Joseph E. STIGLITZ, "Economics of the Public Sector", 2nd ed., New York: W. W. Norton, 1998, or equivalent
B.4 Theory of Industrial Organisation at the level of the textbook by Dennis W. CARLTON and Jeffrey M. PERLOFF, "Modern Industrial Organization", 2nd ed., New York: HarperCollins, 1994, or equivalent
B.5 Monetary Economics or Money and Banking at the level of the textbook by Frederic S. MISHKIN, "The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets", 6th ed., Boston: Addison-Wesley, 2000, or equivalent
B.6 Labour Economics at the level of the textbook by Ronald G. EHRENBERG and Robert S. SMITH, "Modern Labor Markets: Theory and Public Policy", Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley, 2000, or equivalent
B.7 Development Economics at the level of the textbook by Debraj RAY, "Development Economics", Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998, or equivalent
B.8 European Economic Integration, at the level of the textbook by Peter ROBSON, "The Economics or International Integration", 4th ed., London: Routledge, 1998, or equivalent