This programme trains economic analysts and researchers to achieve expertise in globalization and economic development. The curriculum provides for two Master degrees:
- MA degree of International Economics certified by the Graduate Academy of Social Sciences
- Dauphine Masters degree of International Relations and Development, major of International Economics and Development certified by Paris-Dauphine University.
Based on a strong theoretical corpus, the most recent quantitative techniques, and a good deal of practical applications, the programme of study analyses the causes and effects of economic globalization on national or international institutions, in developed, emerging and developing countries.
The training programme is developed in close association with the research centre DIAL (University Paris-Dauphine and IRD), and the research programme NOPOOR.
The acquisition of techniques and research tools: modelling, simulations and econometrics using E-Views, STATA, and SAS software, public policy evaluation and data collection methodology.
A deepening of theoretical foundations and knowledge on national and international regulations frames: institutions and international relations, regional integration, public policy for development.
Contribution of foreign universities researchers and major international institutions.
The Dauphine Masters degree was ranked by EDUNIVERSAL as the second Master in France for economics and the sixth in Europe.
Limited number of students (20 to 25) per promotion for easy learning and greater cohesion.
The programme leads to a career as professional economist with an international outlook and leadership responsibilities in the government, the international or non-governmental organizations, or in private services of economic analysis and forecasting. Achieving this degree is also a preparation towards a PhD.