PhD in Economics (Four-Year) - University of Torino

PhD in Economics (Four-Year) - University of Torino

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48 Months

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The Vilfredo Pareto Doctorate in Economics allows students to structure their coursework and write their doctoral dissertation in a number of different areas of economics. After a common set of core courses that take place in the first term of the program (including review courses in mathematics and statistics and advanced courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics), students can further prepare for their dissertation work by choosing from a list of elective courses. The latter are organized in three curricula: 1) Economics 2) Economics and Complexity 3) Theoretical Economics, Finance, and Statistics.

All activities take place at the Collegio Carlo Alberto (see video) in downtown Torino. Students can benefit from a vibrant and international academic environment and participate in all scientific events (seminars, workshops, conferences, ...). On top of the yearly scholarship (17,500 Euros per year, for four years), they receive yearly research funds and have the possibility to spend part of their third or fourth year abroad as visiting students. There is also the possibility to sign cotutelle agreements with other academic institutions so to obtain a double doctoral degree. 

See the poster announcing the the new round of admissions! It can be downloaded here.

The official call for applicants will be released in April 2021. 

Potential applicants are however already invited to send, at their earliest convenience, their "expression of interest". The guidelines for the submission of the expression of interest can be found here.

Breaking News (1st of March 2021): In addition to the โ€œstandardโ€ PhD positions foreseen for entry in Academic Year 2021/22, the Vilfredo Pareto PhD in Economics is offering an ad-hoc PhD position funded by the EU under the H2020-MSCA-ITN project SAPIENS (Sustainability and Procurement in International, European and National Systems). The selected candidate will work on the project ESR 9: โ€œEmpowering minorities and disadvantaged groups through supply chainsโ€. For more information about the project, the job offer, and the application procedure for this specific position click here and/or here.

For more information about the Vilfredo Pareto PhD in Economics, see the website of the program or contact vpde.unito@carloalberto.org.

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48 Months

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Phd programs

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Full Time

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