The Master's degree program in Economics and Data Analysis (EDA), entirely delivered in English, responds to the new challenges in the age of information and big data. EDA offers students advanced economics knowledge and cutting-edge statistical methods to build leading economic competencies for the information society.
EDA students develop essential skills to guide the decision-making process and assess the effects of choices and policies in both the private and public sectors.
EDA graduates have the chance to be involved in seminars and reading groups. Teaching is grounded on cutting-edge research, and excellent opportunities are open to students for periods abroad. Learning is conceived from an international perspective: small classes allow the students' active participation and interaction, creating a connection between the university and the real world.
Program Director: prof. Maria Rosa Battaggion
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