|The Program envisions training economic practitioners oriented toward design and implementation of economic policies, who hold positions such as decision-maker, analyst, and administrative economist. More specifically, it responds to the needs, so often elaborated by governments and international organizations, of finding men and women capable of: |
- Designing and implementing innovative economic and human development programs based on rigorous economic analyses and in line with local aspirations as well as international constraints;
- Understanding and evaluating models and methods used by international organizations, governments and foreign consultants in development aid and in international economic relations; and
- Playing a role in education, particularly in clarifying the rationale and practicality of economic reforms for local decision-makers and the general public, and equally capable of understanding their reactions.
Admission to the Program
Admission to the Economic Policy Management Program is based on a written exam on economics and on the presentation of qualifications including excellent university grades and high professional competence. The number of participants is limited to 40 a year.
Participants who complete the entire Program successfully receive a Master's degree in Economic Policy Management.