DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN ECONOMICS

Title Instructor Credit
Advanced Econometrics 1 Laszlo Matyas 4.0
Advanced Econometrics 1. Laszlo Matyas 4.0
Advanced Econometrics 2 Robert Lieli 2.0
Advanced Labor Economics John Sutherland Earle
Almos Telegdy
4.0
Advanced Labor Economics John Sutherland Earle
Almos Telegdy
2.0
Advanced Macroeconomics István Kónya
Attila Rátfai
3.0
Advanced Macroeconomics István Kónya
Attila Rátfai
3.0
Advanced Microeconometrics Andrea Weber 2.0
Advanced Microeconomics: Game Theory Adam Szeidl 2.0
Advanced Microeconomics: Game Theory Adam Szeidl 2.0
Advanced Microeconomics: Information Economics Péter Csóka
Zsolt Bihary
2.0
Advanced Microeconomics: Information Economics Botond Kőszegi 2.0
Data and Network Visualization Roberta Sinatra 2.0
Economic and Social Networks Adam Szeidl 2.0
Financial Economics Adam Zawadowski 3.0
Fundamental Ideas of Network Science János Kertész 4.0
Growth and Development István Kónya 2.0
Industrial Organization Sergey Lychagin 4.0
Industrial Organization 2 Andrzej Baniak 2.0
Intermediate Econometrics Gábor Kézdi
Robert Lieli
4.0
International Finance László Halpern 2.0
International Macro Attila Rátfai 2.0
Latex Laszlo Csirmaz 2.0
MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS Marianna Bolla 3.0
Matrix Computations with Applications Pál Hegedűs 3.0
Microeconomic Theory I. Alessandro De Chiara 5.0
Monetary Theory and Policy: Modelling and Evidence Max Gillman 2.0
Nonparametric Econometrics Robert Lieli 2.0
PhD Research Seminar series Alessandro De Chiara
Sergey Lychagin
0.0
PROBABILITY 1 Tóth Imre Péter 3.0
Science of Success Albert - László Barabási 2.0
Scientific Python Roberta Sinatra 3.0
Social Networks Balazs Vedres 4.0
The Science of Success Albert - László Barabási 2.0
Theory of Algorithms István Miklós 3.0
Topics in Law and Economics Andrzej Baniak 2.0
Topics in Macroeconomics Tamás Briglevics
Eyno Rots
2.0
Using Big Data for Social Science Research Mihaly Fazekas 2.0