Curricula in Economics (ECON), Economics and Complexity (ECOM) and Theoretical Economics, Finance and Statistics (TEFS)

Compulsory courses for the three curricula are the same except for the 3rd Term, in which ECOM students can choose between Game Theory or Econometric Theory II. Instead, ECON and TEFS students have Game Theory as compulsory.

Introductory CoursesIntro Mathematics
De Blasi (30h)
Intro Statistics
Sabatino (20h)
Compulsory Courses1st Term (Sep – Dec)
Monzon (30h)
Econometric Theory I
Parodi (30h)
Coda Moscarola (12h)
2nd Term (Jan – Feb)General Equilibrium Theory
Gallice (16h)
Dynamic Macroeconomics
Bagliano (30h)

3rd Term (Feb – Jun) Applied Economics
Aparicio-Fenoll (30h)
Campanale (30h)
Econometric Theory II
Mastrobuoni (30h)
Game Theory
Gerardi (30h)

In addition to compulsory courses, by the end of their second year students of the ECON and TEFS curricula must take optional courses for at least 150 hours (e.g., 5 courses of 30 hours), whereas students of the ECOM curriculum must take optional courses for at least 90 hours (e.g., 3 courses of 30 hours). Optional courses are listed in the table below.

1st Term
(Sep – Dec)
Political Economics
Grillo (30h)
Quantitative Numerical
Garibaldi (15h)
Optimization for Economics
Mattalia (30h)
Economics of Innovation
Antonelli (30h)
2nd Term
(Jan – Feb)
Measure Theory
De Angelis (15h)

3rd Term
(Feb – Jun)
Econometric Theory II
Mastrobuoni (30h)
Development Economics
Morales (30h)
Devicienti-Flinn (30h)
Game Theory
Gerardi (30h)
Financial Economics
Marfé (30h)
Decision Theory
Ghirardato (15h)