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Droit, Economie, Gestion

Master parcours Development economics

  • ECTS

    120 crédits

  • Durée

    2 ans

  • Composante

    Ecole d'économie de la Sorbonne (EES)

  • Langue(s) d'enseignement

    Anglais

Présentation

The Master Program in Development Economics is a two-years international program with the first year both in French and English (Master 1 Economie du Développement) and the second year fully in English. We also propose a two-years program fully in English with the PSME - Development Track in the first year.

Pantheon-Sorbonne University is the first French University in Development according to the Top Univ QS Ranking. Our Master Program is also the oldest diploma in Economic Development in France (founded by Gaston Leduc in the 1960's).

The Master Program in Development Economics has multiple cooperations with top universities in Emerging Countries (Cairo University in Egypt, Javeriana University in Colombia, University of Cape Town in South Africa, Peking University in China). In Master 2, students are coming from all over the World. Each years, more than 20 nationalites are represented at the Master 2 level. It is a great opportunity to study in a truly international environment.

In order to get a Master Degree in Development Economics at the Sorbonne School of Economics (Panthéon-Sorbonne University), you have different options.

- You can follow a two-years program starting in Master 1. The first year will be in French and in English. In the second year, you will have to choose between the Master 2 Development Economics (Research Master in English) and the Master 2 Economie du Développement Durable (professional Master both in French in English). Both Master 1 and Master 2 are French "national diplomas".

- You can follow a two-years program with all courses in English starting in Master 1. In that case, you will have to apply to the Paris Sorbonne Master in Economics (PSME) - Development Track. The PSME is a program custom-made for international students wishing to study Economics at the Sorbonne. The PSME program is a first year of Graduate Studies (Diplome Universitaire) which offers Economics courses taught in English, together with intensiv courses of the French language. The PSME-Development track gives the equivalence with the national diploma M1 Economie du Développement. After the PSME Development track, you have a direct acces to the Master 2 Development Economics and the Master Economie du Développement Durable.

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Objectifs

The aim of the Master Program in Development Economics is to train students into highly qualified analysts of economic development issues. Its purpose is to answer the growing demand for experts capable of addressing the challenges of economic development, evaluating the economic policies of developing countries and analyzing the economic relations between unequally developed countries. The Master program offers rigorous training in analytical and quantitative economic methods. Its goal is indeed to equip talented students with a solid foundation for applied research. The program is however geared to both future academics and future practitioners in the field of development economics and international economics. The program combines the benefits of “Grandes Ecoles” training (intensive teaching) and the strengths of the University (links to research activities, contact with the best experts..).

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Organisation

Membres de l’équipe pédagogique

Academic Director: Rémi Bazillier

 

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Programme

In order to get a Master Degree in Development Economics at the Sorbonne School of Economics (Panthéon-Sorbonne University), you have different options.

- You can follow a two-years program starting in Master 1. The first year will be in French and in English. In the second year, you will have to choose between the Master 2 Development Economics (Research Master in English) and the Master 2 Economie du Développement Durable (professional Master both in French in English). Both Master 1 and Master 2 are French "national diplomas".

- You can follow a two-years program with all courses in English starting in Master 1. In that case, you will have to apply to the Paris Sorbonne Master in Economics (PSME) - Development Track. The PSME is a program custom-made for international students wishing to study Economics at the Sorbonne. The PSME program is a first year of Graduate Studies (Diplome Universitaire) which offers Economics courses taught in English, together with intensiv courses of the French language. The PSME-Development track gives the equivalence with the national diploma M1 Economie du Développement. After the PSME Development track, you have a direct acces to the Master 2 Development Economics and the Master Economie du Développement Durable.

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Sélectionnez un programme

Master 1 Economie du développement

  • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

    • UE1 Cours fondamentaux

      18 crédits
      • DE Microéconomie

        3 crédits18h
      • Econométrie appliquée EIED

      • Microéconomie

        36h
      • Open macroeconomics

        54h
    • UE2 Cours de spécialité

      12 crédits
      • Economie du développement

        36h
      • Langues vivantes

        2 crédits
      • Option

        • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

          • International Trade

          • Resources and climate change

            54h
  • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

    • UE1 Cours fondamentaux

      22 crédits
      • Choix 2 matières à 4 ECTS

        • Au choix : 2 à 2 parmi 4

          • Development Economics ( Development Policies)

            36h
          • labor economics

            39h
          • population economics

            39h
          • Topics in environmental economics

            36h
      • Development macroeconomics

        36h
      • Empirical Methods in Development Economics 1

        4 crédits18h
      • Langues vivantes

        2 crédits
      • Mémoire

        4 crédits18h
    • UE2 Options

      8 crédits

Master 2 Development economics

  • Facultatif

    • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

      • UE1 Enseignements fondamentaux

        15 crédits
        • Development theory : Macroeconomics and Historical perspect

          3 crédits18h
        • Development theory: Microeconomics

          3 crédits18h
        • Master thesis seminar

          18h
        • Matières au choix

          • Au choix : 2 à 2 parmi 3

            • Human Capital and Development: Education and Health

              3 crédits18h
            • Labour & development

              3 crédits18h
            • Urbanization and Sustainable Development

              3 crédits18h
      • UE2 Enseignements de méthodes

        15 crédits
        • Econometrics and impact evaluation

          36h
        • Econometrics seminar on computer

          18h
        • Methods in empirical development economics

          6 crédits36h
    • Facultatif

      • Au choix : 1 à 1 parmi 2

        • UE1 Cours de spécialisation

          18 crédits
          • Au choix : 6 à 6 parmi 9

            • Environment and Development

              18h
            • Equity, Poverty and Development

              18h
            • Firm performance and development

              3 crédits18h
            • Gender and Development

              18h
            • Globalisation and development strategies

              18h
            • Inequality and Growth

              3 crédits18h
            • Institutions, governance and development

              18h
            • Population, Migration and development

              18h
            • Rural Development

              27h
        • UE2 Master thesis

          12 crédits
          • Master thesis paper and defense

            12 crédits

      Admission

      Conditions d'accès

      Master 1

      Both French and international candidates who have completed a "Licence" (Bachelor) or equivalent (180 ECTS) are considered for admission.Applicants must have a solid background in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics. Applicants should have a proficient language level both in French and English.

      Master 2

      Both French and international candidates who have completed a Master 1 or equivalent (240 ECTS) are considered for admission. Applicants must demonstrate competence in economics and quantitative analysis and the potential for learning the analytical and quantitative tools. The Master program has course prerequisites. The prerequisite course requirements are Master 1 level university leveld course in each of the following: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics.

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      Modalités d'inscription

      Admission to the Master 1 'Economie du Développement':

      Applicants have to follow the standard administrative application procedure of University Paris 1. The application is then screened through a selective admission process by the Master’s administration. Both French and international candidates who have completed a Licence 3 or an undergraduate program are considered for admission. Applicants must demonstrate competence in economics and quantitative analysis and the potential for learning the analytical and quantitative tools.

      Dates of application : http://www.pantheonsorbonne.fr/ufr/economics-department-ufr02/candidatures-2020-2021/

      Special procedure for students from countries affected by the "Studying in France Procedure" (Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnan): Applications Opens external link in new windowthrough Campus France (from February 17th to March 6th)

      Admission to the Master 2 'Development Economic'

      Applicants have to follow the standard administrative application procedure of University Paris 1. The application is then screened through a selective admission process by the Master’s administration. Candidates must include in their application a motivation letter and a two page research project proposal for the Master thesis. Both French and international candidates who have completed a Master 1 or equivalent are considered for admission. Applicants must demonstrate competence in economics and quantitative analysis and the potential for learning the analytical and quantitative tools.
      The Master program has course prerequisites. The prerequisite course requirements are one Master 1 level university level course in each of the following: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics.

      Dates of application : http://www.pantheonsorbonne.fr/ufr/economics-department-ufr02/candidatures-2020-2021/

      Special procedure for students from countries affected by the "Studying in France Procedure" (Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnan): Applications Opens external link in new windowthrough Campus France (from February 17th to March 6th)

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