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Lectures, Teaching and Covid-19

 

Summary

  • Duration: 24 months
  • Location: Pisa
  • Language: English
  • Applications will be considered from December 16th, 2019 to June 30, 2020
  • Starting Academic Year 2020/21: the last week of September 2020
  • 1st term lectures: September 2020/December 2020
  • 2nd term lectures: February 2021/ May 2021
  • 1st term examinations: December 2020/February 2021
  • 2nd term examinations: May 2021/July 2021
  • 3rd term examinations: September 2021
  • Class size: max 40 students
  • International students fees and grants: The Enrollment Center of University of Pisa

The MSE is orgainzing at its best to answer to the Covid-19 emergency.
Given the current situation we decided to plan lectures for the next semester to guarantee the safety of all students and lectureres.

For these reasons we chose to activate in presence several courses but, at the same time, to provide them also from distance. All courses that will be held in presence, will be delivered following all the measures necessary to ensure proper distancing and the health of all the participants.

We will guarantee attendance in presence to all students enrolled at the MSE but, due to capacity and safety constraints, we cannot guarentee it to other students (students enrolled in other programs, Erasmus students and so on…).

Here is the details of which courses will be held in presence in the first semester of the academic year 20/21:

FIRST YEAR

Advanced statistics

Mathematical methods for economics

 

SECOND YEAR

Classical and post-keynesian economics

Labour economics in an european perspective

European indicators of poverty and vulnerabilities for sustainable development goal and seminars

European statistical system and data production model

Topics in microeconometrics

 

Please note that all the above courses will be offered in presence but AT THE SAME TIME they will be offered from distance (via streaming and videorecording the lectures).

 

Finally, the following courses will be offered solely from distance:

First year: European Economic Law

Second year: Economic growth in history; Financial economics; Corporate finance; Economic Methodology

 

The actual timetable will be organized to facilitate the switching of students from courses that are held in presence to courses that are only held from distance.





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