Economics of Sustainability
In recent decades the world economy has undergone profound transitions in terms of globalization, industrialization, and economic development. However, major environmental problems such as climate change and biodiversity losses, threaten the global welfare. The master’s Economics of Sustainability focuses on the interactions between economic actors and the natural environment.
During the master’s programme, you can specialise in Rethinking Economics, Advanced Econometrics, Economic Modeling of Sustainability Challenges, Philosophy, Ethics, and Economics, Behavioral Economics and Sustainability, Political Economy, Economics of Development, Economics of EU Policies for Sustainable Transitions, and Economics of Sustainable and fair use of the Environment and Natural Resources.
Unique about this master’s:
– In a world drowning in data but starving for knowledge, you will learn how to analyze and interpret different forms of data to provide evidence on pressing real-world questions
– You are trained to collaborate effectively in an intercultural, multidisciplinary environment to use your skills as an economist to have societal impact