M2 Choice – Environmental and Natural Resources Economics (ERNA)

Current Student - Charlotte Chemarin Which aspects of your chosen program were the most challenging?  I think one of the most challenging aspects is that we have a lot of oral presentations to do - at least one per course. It is something I am not comfortable with. Nevertheless, I know it is important to … Continue reading M2 Choice – Environmental and Natural Resources Economics (ERNA)

M2 Choice – Economics and Competition Law (ECL)

Current student- Luc Greiner Which aspects of your chosen program were the most challenging? The M2 Economics and Competition Law program is mostly about applying industrial organisation concepts to assess competition on current markets and industries. As it is more applied, it is not as challenging as, for example, the M1 Economics and Law, since … Continue reading M2 Choice – Economics and Competition Law (ECL)

M2 Choice – Economics of Markets and Organizations (EMO)

Current student - Arthur Biamouret Which aspects of your chosen program were the most challenging? The M2 EMO is not technically or theoretically difficult, but I think that the hardest part for me was to do theory. After my gap year - two internships and a trip - I was expecting to do applied economics, … Continue reading M2 Choice – Economics of Markets and Organizations (EMO)

M2 Choice

EMO - Economics of Markets and Organisations Current student :Vincent Lim 1. Which aspects of your chosen program were the most challenging? In EMO, you only have to follow four courses each semester (with an average of 12 hours of classes per week). It means that, most of the time, there are no tutorials. So, … Continue reading M2 Choice

TSEconomist Coffee Talk #3 : Socioeconomic Inequality across Religious Groups in the Middle East

We are happy to invite you the 3rd Coffee Talk of the year that takes place on March 27!  Our speaker is Prof. Mohamed Saleh and he will give a talk titled "Socioeconomic Inequality across Religious Groups in the Middle East." which will be followed by a discussion upon your participation! Hope to see you … Continue reading TSEconomist Coffee Talk #3 : Socioeconomic Inequality across Religious Groups in the Middle East