Year 1 


Quarter 1 

(30 Sep -1 Nov 2019)


Mathematics 1
topology, measure theory (N. Urbinati, Federico II)



Microeconomics 1: consumption, production and uncertainty
(E. Sartori, Federico II)


Econometrics 1: 
recap of basics and panel data methods      
(L.Pandolfi and A. Scognamiglio, Federico II)


Rest week:
4-8 Nov

Exam week: 11-15 Nov


Quarter 2 

(18 Nov - 20 Dec 2019)


Mathematics 2: 
static and dynamic optimization (F.Caruso and M. Ceparano, Federico II)


Microeconomics 2
:
game theory
(E.Sartori, Federico II ) 



Econometrics 2:
time series methods
(A. Acconcia, Federico II)
 


Rest week
: 6-10 Jan

Exam week: 13-17 Jan


Quarter 3 

(20 Jan - 21 Feb 2020)


Microeconomics 3: 
general equilibrium, externalities 
(A. Bennardo, Salerno and E. Sartori, Federico II) 


Macroeconomics 1:
fiscal policy
(F. Lancia, Salerno)



Macroeconomics 2: business cycle, monetary policy
(M. Carillo and S. Simonelli, Federico II) 

Rest week
: 24-28 Feb

Exam week
: 2-6 Mar


Quarter 4

(9 Mar-9 Apr 2020)


Microeconomics 4  asymmetric information, contract theory (L. Anderlini, Georgetown )
(9 - 20 March)

Macroeconomics 3
:
learning in macroeconomics (S. Honkapohja, Helsinki)



Macroeconomics 4
: macroeconomics and finance
(L. Iovino, Bocconi)


Rest week
: 13-17 April

Exam week: 20-24 April

Independent Activities

Period (27 Apr - 5 Jun)

Production of a term paper under the guidance of a faculty member

Courses of the Naples Summer School in Economics and Finance 

Period (8-19 June)

CSEF-IGIER Symposium on Economics and Institutions

Period (22-26 June)

Doctoral students will attend freely the sessions of the Symposium, acting as “rapporteurs”


Doctoral students are expected to participate to all the weekly seminars organised by the Centre for Studies in Economics and Finance (CSEF), which is located within DISES and collaborates closely with it.