The main aim of this course is to provide the students with an advanced training in econometric theory. Students successfully completing this course should be able to apply most of the modern econometric tools in empirical studies and, also, to understand and evaluate new researchresults in many important areas of...
Instructor: Laszlo Matyas
Advanced Econometrics 2 is aimed at teaching a range of cross-sectional, panel, and time series econometric techniques useful in applied research. More specifically, most of the course will focus on recent developments in program evaluation, but the first couple of lectures will cover some advanced time series...
Instructor: Robert Lieli
We introduce the fundamental methods and toolkit needed to analyze dynamic general equilibrium optimizing models in discrete time. The goal of this course is to provide students with understanding a set of key macroeconomic models and how those can be taken to data. The solution/estimation methods reviewed during the...
Instructor: István Kónya, Tamás Briglevics
This course presents the foundations of, and selected topics in, game theory. We will review basic definitions and equilibrium concepts, and develop applications ranging from auctions to political economy and industrial organization. The goal is to develop a structured way of thinking about strategic interactions,...
Instructor: László Kóczy
This course gives a graduate level introduction to fundamental issues in particular areas in modernmacroeconomics, including long‐term growth, consumption, savings and asset pricing, investment in physicalcapital and inventories, and (if time permits) labor markets. The material also provides the foundation for...
Instructor: Attila Rátfai
The course is aimed at providing a basic background in the field of graduate macroeconomics. The focus will be on real and monetary models of the business and financial cycle and their policy implications. The main aim of this course is to acquaint students with the modern macro theory at a graduate level and to give...
Instructor: Balazs Vilagi
CORE: for MA Economics 1st year; MANDATORY: for 1st year PhD with no credits earnedMicroeconomic Theory I is the first course in the microeconomic theory series for the students enrolled in the MA in economics. The objective of this course is to provide students with standard graduate-level microeconomic tools. Topics...
Instructor: Alessandro De Chiara
In the PhD workshop, students present their original research to other students and the instructors. The research presented should be preliminary, and interaction between the speaker and the audience is encouraged.