Delivered study plan

For the academic year 2017-18, the following courses have been held:

First year

First semester

- Mathematics (Prof. Arsen Palestini - Room 14) - Syllabus
- Statistics (Prof. Giorgio Alleva - Room 2B)
- Behavioral Economics (Prof. Anna Conte - Room 2B) - Syllabus
- Elements of Sociology (Prof. Paolo De Nardis - Room 2C)
- Microeconomics (Prof. Domenico Tosato - Aula Marrama) - Syllabus

Secondo semestre

- Econometrics (Prof. Maria Felice Arezzo - Room 2B e Aula Fanfani) - Syllabus
- Introduction to Game Theory (Prof. Carmelo Parello - Room 2B)
- Welfare Economics (Prof. Flaviana Palmisano - Room 2B) - Syllabus
- Applied Economics (Prof. Fabio Sabatini - Room 2B) - Syllabus
- Advanced Econometrics (Prof. Marco Ventura - Informatics Lab at the Department of Mathematics)

Room 2B and Room 2C are located on the 6th floor of the Faculty of Economics, respectively in the B Wing (Ala B) and the C Wing (Ala C) of the Department of Economics and Law.
Aula Marrama is located in the A Wing of the Department of Economics and Law.
Aula Fanfani is located at the Memotef Department, on the 5th floor of the Faculty of Economics.

In addition, all students (enrolled in the first, second or third year) have joined:

A) Field seminars (topics in Economics, Sociology and Applied Statistics) specifically held for first and second year students. See the second year's plan of studies for further details. All field seminars took place in Room 2B (see below).

B) The seminars organized by the Department of Economics and Law jointly with the Department of Social and Economic Sciences. See the second year's plan of studies for further details. All these seminars took place in Aula Marrama (see below).


Second year

Second year PhD students have spent (with only one exception) a visiting period of at least three months at one of the universities belonging to the SESS Consortium, or at other foreign university hosting leading scientists or research groups in the field(s) of the student's dissertation.

In the last 12 months, visiting periods have been spent at the following departments;

- Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria (Nikolay Bogatzky).
- German Institute for Economic Research, Berlin, Germany (Tommaso Bechini).
- Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven Department of Economics, Belgium (Tommaso Bechini).
- London School of Economics, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion, London, UK (Raffaele Ciula).
- Masaryk University, Department of Public Economics, Brno, Czech Republic (Jessica Di Cocco).
- Sciences Po (Institut d'études politiques de Paris), Department of Economics, Paris, France (Concetta Danese).
- Scuola Normale Superiore, Department of Political Science and Sociology, Florence, Italy (Jessica Di Cocco).
- Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain (Erica Aloè).
- University of Groningen, Department of Economics, Econometrics and Finance (Vito Mariella).
- University of Surrey, Department of Politics, Guildford, UK (Jessica Di Cocco).
- University of Warwick, Department of Economics, Warwick, UK (Vito Mariella).

When in Italy, PhD students have participated in:

A) The research seminars specifically held by Sess.EuroPhD board members for first and second year students.

B) The seminars organized by the Department of Economics and Law jointly with the Department of Economic and Social Sciences of Sapienza University of Rome. In the last academic year, the following seminars have been held:


C) The Internal Workshop in which second and third year presented their research work in front of the scientific board. The workshop was held on July 11, 2018, in Aula Marrama (with this programme).


Third year

The third year is entirely devoted to the preparation of the PhD thesis under the strict guidance of the supervisor.

- PhD students have generally spent a second visiting period of at least four months at one of the universities belonging to the SESS Consortium, or at any other foreign university hosting leading scientists or research groups in the field(s) of the student's dissertation.

- In addition, the PhD students that were in Rome joined:

A) Field seminars (topics in Economics, Sociology and Applied Statistics) specifically held for first and second year students. See the second year's plan of studies for further details.

B) The seminars organized by the Department of Economics and Law jointly with the Department of Social and Economic Sciences. See the second year's plan of studies for further details.

C) The Internal Workshop in which second and third year presented their research work in front of the scientific board. The workshop was held on July 11, 2018, in Aula Marrama (with this programme).

Both second and third year students also joined our two international workshops held at the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia) and at the Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic).

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