International Ph.D Program

Entirely taught in English

GS.PNGGLOBAL STUDIES. JUSTICE, RIGHTS, POLITICS

COORDINATOR - Prof. Benedetta Barbisan
LANGUAGE - English

The PhD programme Global Studies. Justice, Rights, Politics (hereinafter: GS) is a cutting-edge, international and interdisciplinary course designed for students interested in pressing, pivotal challenges of contemporary societies and legal orders such as global justice and constitutionalism, human rights, distrust of democratic institutions, inequality, crisis of representation, populism, sustainable development, global competitiveness and corporate social responsibility.

The candidates we are looking for are outstanding applicants whose aspiration is to undertake a higher education course inspired to the contamination of different fields of knowledge, to be educated and trained to become experts on global issues, capable of analytical skills, research design and problem-solving approach by applying methods and models derived from an array of disciplines, including: moral and political philosophy, economics, development economics, gender studies, history of political institutions, political science, comparative constitutional law, international law, food law, EU law, and immigration law.

COURSE PRESENTATION 

QM.PNGQUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR POLICY EVALUATION

COORDINATORE - Prof. Luca De Benedictis
LANGUAGE - English

Curricula

  • QMPE1 - Computable General Equilibrium Models and Multisectorial Analysis for Policy Evaluation| Resp. Prof.ssa Rosita Pretaroli
  • QMPE2 - Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Policy Evaluation | Resp. Prof. Roy Cerqueti
  • QMPE3 - Nowcasting, big data, networks and web scraping | Resp.Prof. Luca Riccetti

The Ph.D. programme on Quantitative Methods for Policy Evaluation (hereinafter: QMPE), at the University of Macerata, is an innovative, international and interdisciplinary course designed for social science students interested in acquiring the necessary quantitative tools for policy evaluation, and for quantitative methods student who want to learn how to apply them in the context of social issues and policy evaluation. The applications range from the analysis of economic growth and distribution, to international trade and migration, from macroeconomic policies, to environmentalhealtheducationdevelopment and gender issues

COURSE PRESENTATION 

CALL FOR APPLICATION

PhD SCHOOL
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Open to the public from Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
T. +39 0733 258.2843 (2870 - 2880) e-mail ufficioricerca@unimc.it 
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Ultimo aggiornamento5giugno2019