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Each program teaches up-to-date theoretical economic concepts as well as modern quantitative and management tools necessary to solve concrete as well as abstract problems in the field of study. These techniques are then applied to the analysis of economic policy formation in an international context, the analysis of globalized financial markets and to the most globalized market of all, the internet. Since most problems analyzed are interdisciplinary by their very nature, economics and business administration courses are complemented by political science courses (EP), courses offered by the department of mathematics (F, EP) and by computer science and telematics courses (ISNE). This interdisciplinary approach will put students in a position to evaluate the problems at hand from different angles and find solutions that satisfy not only economics needs, but also political, management, and technological constraints.

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