Professional

Louvain-La-Neuve

Program structure - ECON2MS/G

  • Core Course - 5 credits
  • Professional Focus - 30 credits
  • 3 Options of Specialization - 45 credits
  • 4 Electives - 20 credits
  • 1 Thesis - 20 credits

                                          

   

 CORE COURSE - 5 credits

TERM

 PROFESSOR

   
1 econometrics course among 3                    Fall 1      
Applied Econometrics: Time series   A. Panin    
Econométrie appliquée: microéconométrie   M. Dejemeppe    
Applied econometrics   W. Gelade    

PROFESSIONAL FOCUS - 30 credits

       
1 empirical course among 2 Fall 1/3      
Evaluation des politiques économiques et sociales   W. Parienté    
Empirical Finance   P. Giot    
         
1 seminar of economic analysis among 4
(Descriptions are available via the ESL intranet)

Spring2/4

     

SAE I - Strategy and Innovation 

  F. Martin    
SAE II - Firm-Level Analysis of Labour and Related Economics Issues   V. Vandenberghe    
SAE III - Applying Behavioral Insights in Practice - Nudges and RCTs    J. Johnen    
SAE IV - Missing women: measuring women’s over mortality   G. Cassan    
         
1 reflexive course among 3

 

     
Histoire du développement économique et social  Spring 2/4 JC. Defraigne    
Philosophy and epistemology of economics  Fall 1/3 G. Ponthière    
Institutional Foundations of Markets  Spring 2/4 G. Cassan    
         
1 seminar of contemporary economic issues among 4
(Descriptions are available via the ESL intranet)
       

SACTU I - Energy transition and climate change

 Spring2/4 V. Vansteenberghe    
SACTU II - The economic challenges of ageing   Spring2/4
V. Vandenberghe
   
SACTU III - Why and how the architecture of the euro area should be strenghtened   Fall 1/3 A. Panin    
SACTU IV - Global Commodity Markets: Recent Developments and Policy Issues  Spring2/4 R. Houssa    
         
1 internship (10 credits) OR 1 International Exchange (30 credits - See Electives Courses) Fall 3
Spring 4
     

 

OPTIONS - 45 credits

       
3 Options of Specialisation among 11
(1 option = 3 courses = 15 credits)
       
  Fall 1/3      
Macroéconomie: Politiques structurelles  
F. Frogneux - C. Kegels - H. Laurent - E. Toulemonde
   
Finance: Monnaie  
V. Bodart - L. Pensieroso - Y. Rychalovska
   
Development: Poverty and Institutions  
G. Cassan - C. Guirkinger - F. Libois (suppl. JM. Baland)
   
Economie et société   (slides )   I. Ferreras - F. Degrave - M. Nyssens - G. Thiry    
Firms' Srategy  
P. Belleflamme - E. de Ghellinck - A. Desmedt
J. Johnen
   
  Spring2/4      
Macroéconomie: Cycle et conjoncture  
V. Bodart - D. de la Croix - Y. Rychalovska
   
Finance: Markets  
F. Ducuroir - A. de Crombrugghe - P. Van Wynendaele
   
Développement: Croissance et Globalisation  
C. Kiedaisch - R. Houssa - F. Mariani 
   
Economics of Public Intervention  
M. Cornélis (suppl. J.Hindriks) - Aldashev G. (suppl. B. Decerf) - F. Maniquet
   
Economie du travail et des ressources humaines  
M. Hungerbuhler - V. Vandenberghe - B. Van der Linden
   

Economie et société

 
V. Vanderborght
   
International Economics  
S. Blanas - J. Gomes - G. Vannoorenberghe
   

 

ELECTIVES COURSES - 20 credits

       

4 Electives courses among
- at UCL if Internship,
- at the host institution if International Exchange

Fall 1/3
Spring2/4
     

in Options of specialization
in Additional courses in Economics
in Quantitatives methods and Finance
in Language courses at UCL
in Languages courses at Namur

       

 

THESIS - 20 credits

       
1 Thesis - See details in the ESL INTRANET Spring 4