Must innovation and globalization always increase inequality? How can public policies reduce poverty and make growth more inclusive? What are the political priorities to maintain a clean environment and to preserve the future quality of life? How can governments and central banks reduce economic fluctuations? Can we avoid financial crises? How are digitization and big data changing companies and society?
Our degree programmes in economics convey the latest findings in modern economic theory and empirical methods for answering them. Armed with these tools, business graduates embark on ambitious careers in public policy, academia, consulting, and the management of private sector companies.
The SEPS offers research and teaching at the highest level in International Economics including Macroeconomics, Public Policy, Microeconomics as well as (quantitative) Methods and Political Science.