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University Master's degree in Applied Economics

Curriculum

Curriculum by course type: compulsory and optional

 

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Optional subjects and paths

 

 

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Implementation schedule 

Timescale

Academic year

Implementation

2010-2011

1st year

 

Procedure for equivalence recognition, where appropriate, between the current and the new course programme.

 

Table showing  credit equivalence between the University Master's Degree in Applied Economics and the Doctorate Programme in "Current and Historic Economic Problems”

 

Subjects on the University Master’s Degree in Applied Economics

 

Number of credits

Subjects on the Doctorate Programme in “Current and Historic Economic Problems”

 

Number of credits

Economic development and Welfare

5

-Economic development and Cooperation (55252)

-Welfare - 19th and 20th Centuries (61602)

3

 

3

Labour market economy

5

-Work & territory: Spanish labour markets (62621)

-Demographic analysis: Economic demography & methodology (63584)

3

 

 

3

Long-term competitiveness factors

5

- Local development policies & strategies (61220)

- Economic regulation of deregulated sectors (63490)

3

 

3

Fiscal federalism

5

- Territorial tax (62551)
- Spanish tax authorities & development (62624)

3

 

3

Economy, knowledge and new technologies – the global context

5

- Innovation & new technologies (62533)
- International economy

(55255)

3

 

3

 

Studies being phased out and replaced by the proposed degree course: 

The first course (“teaching period”) of the department's old Doctorate Programme (“Current and Historic Economic Problems”) was discontinued in the 2009-2010 academic year and the second course (“research period”) will be discontinued in the 2010-2011 academic year, coinciding with the launch of the master. Thus, the department’s old Doctorate Programme will be phased out prior to implementation of the Master’s Degree.

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