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Maestría en Economía

Young Researchers’ Program 

The Young Researchers’ Program at the Graduate School of Economics at Universidad del Rosario, provides students interested in economic research and in achieving advanced degrees in economics the opportunity to work on research topics with a researcher from the School. Learn more here.
 

Seminars and Workshops

The School of Economics promotes a research culture among students through the creation of The Graduate School of Economics seeks to promote a research culture among students through the creation of new venues for workshops and seminars. Currently, there are 5 workshops and a weekly seminar where students can strengthen their academic profile. Learn more about Seminars and Workshops.

Research Areas

The School of Economics is working permanently to create spaces where knowledge generation is energized by research, exposure, and academic criticism. These venues enable one to understand the national and international realities and problems, by interpreting the facts with a global vision and understanding and supporting the process with multidisciplinary approaches.

  • Welfare economics, development and income distribution.
  • Finance.
  • Behavioral Economics and decision making.
  • Political economy and economic history.
  • Macroeconomics and international economics.
  • Industrial organization and regulation.

Graduate School of Economics

The Master’s in Economics is a part of Graduate School of Economics where the students interact academically with the Doctoral Program in Economics. The existing relation between two programs has allowed students to pursue a PhD in Economics.

The students of Master’s Degree in Economics may apply for admission, which is evaluated by the Graduate School Committee using criteria and guidelines established in the norms, as well as in the general regulations for doctoral programs at the university. In case of admission, the student obtains the credits corresponding to the Master's Degree program. Notwithstanding the foregoing, graduates of the Master's programs admitted to the PhD program must pass the essential subjects of the PhD Program in the event they did not take a required elective while the student was in their Master's program. For the doctoral program, learn more here.