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PhD in Economics - Universities of Milan and Pavia - Search results for: iacone
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Prospective Students

The primary goal of the program is to produce outstanding research economists.

The PhD in Economics intends to select very qualified applicants from Europe and all over the world.
The program adopts an extremely strict policy concerning the applicants’ selection, setting rigorous admission requirements. Only applicants with strong motivation and knowledge are admitted.

A good command of economic mathematics, econometrics, microeconomics and macroeconomics is an important condition for entering the program. An excellent knowledge of English is essential for the attendance of our PhD in Economics, since all course are taught in English. In fact English is the official language of the School and its program.

Selection of applicants follows a two-phase process: evaluation of qualifications and oral examination by an Examining Committee. In order to be admitted to the selection process applicants must hold a “laurea magistrale” or an equivalent foreign master-level degree.For any additional information do not hesitate to contact the School Secretariat at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Applying to the PhD in Economics

Please find all the information in the HOW TO APPLY section

To submit your applications be sure you have your:

  • Transcripts with Grades
  • Research Project in a topic proposed by a Faculty member
  • CV/Resume
  • Reference Letter

Admission questions can be submitted by email to Prof. Fabrizio Iacone (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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Tuesday, 22 October 2019 00:00

Fabrizio Iacone

Fabrizio Iacone is Associate Professor of Econometrics at the University of Milan, and holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the London School of Economics.

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Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Contacts

PhD Director

Fabrizio Iacone

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Administration

  • Benedetta Capponi (Milan)
  • Tel: +39.02.50321527
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  • http://phd.unipv.it/contact/

 

Locations

Department of Economics, Management and Quantitative Methods

  • University of Milan
  • Via Conservatorio 7 20122 Milano, ITALY

Department of Economics and Management

  • University of Pavia
  • Via San Felice 5 27100 Pavia, ITALY
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Current Students


Graduating Students


Amare Alemaye MERSHA

  • Research Area: Macroeconomics, Monetary and Fiscal Policy
  • Supervisor: Guido Ascari
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  • Curriculum Vitae

Getaendale Simesh AYELE

  • Research Area: Policy Evaluation
  • Supervisor: Maria Anna Leone
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Alessandro CUNSOLO

  • Research Area: Experimental Economics
  • Supervisor: Antonio Filippin
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Wondatir Atinafu GEBRE

  • Research Area: Macroeconomics
  • Supervisor: Jakob Grazzini
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Fabrizio GHEZZI

  • Research Area: Econometrics
  • Supervisor: Eduardo Rossi
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Paolo PEDOTTI

  • Research Area:
  • Supervisor: Lorenzo Zirulia
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Daniel VOELKENING

  • Research Area: Microeconomics
  • Supervisor: Enrico Minelli
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Current Students - Third year

Simone BRAVO

  • Research Area: Game Theory
  • Supervisor: Enrico Minelli 
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Federica CAIRONE

  • Research Area: Labor, Halth and Education
  • Supervisor: Massimiliano Bratti
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Xiao LI

  • Research Area:
  • Supervisor: Andrea Bastianin
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Federico SEGATO

  • Research Area: Ineqaulity
  • Supervisor: Francesco Scervini e Daniele Checchi
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Andrea VISELLI

  • Research Area: Financial Econometrics
  • Supervisor: Fabrizio Iacone
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Current Students - Second year

Gavino BACCIU

  • Research Area: 
  • Supervisor: Fabrizio Iacone
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Dalya BAKRY

  • Research Area: International economics, macroeconomics, firm heterogeneity
  • Supervisor: Guido Ascari
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Onur BIYIK

  • Research Area: 
  • Supervisor: Emanuele Forlani
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Edward CRUICKSHANK

  • Research Area: 
  • Supervisor: Roberta Rabellotti
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Fanya GAO

  • Research Area:
  • Supervisor: Vojtech Bartos
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David MURAKAMI

  • Research Area: Macroeconomics, Monetary and Fiscal Policy
  • Supervisor: Guido Ascari
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Federico MUTASCI

  • Research Area: Environmental Economics, Labor Economics
  • Supervisor: Tommaso Frattini
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Current Students -  First  year

Camilla GENITONI

  • Research Area: Labour, Education, and Health Economics
  • Tutor: Massimiliano Bratti
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Andrea LOPES

  • Research Area: Experimental and Behavioral Economics, Education, Macroeconomics, and Policy evaluation
  • Tutor: Paolo Garella
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Shahin MAMISHOV

  • Research: Finance
  • Tutor: Fabrizio Iacone
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Alessandro MORELLI

  • Research Area: Financial Econometrics
  • Tutor: Eduardo Rossi
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Marco PERINOTTI

  • Research Area: Global Value Chain and the green transition
  • Supervisor: Roberta Rabellotti
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Lorenzo ROSSI

  • Research Area: Deep Learning for Time Series Forecasting
  • Supervisor: Luca Rossini
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Alessandro SELLITTO

  • Research Area: Competition Policy and Regulation, Behavioral Economics
  • Supervisor: Marcella Nicolini
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Bright TETTEH

  • Research Area: Environmental and Energy Economics
  • Supervisor: Marcella Nicolini
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Saturday, 22 October 2016 00:00

Courses

Coursework provides students with specialized knowledge in Economics and the necessary tools and background for economic analysis and frontier research.

During the first year, students receive a rigorous training in Mathematics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics and Econometrics. Three or four courses of 20 hours each are usually offered in each area. In the second year, students attend a selection of field courses and start working on their dissertation under the supervision of a Faculty member. The third year is entirely dedicated to research and completion of the thesis.

First-year coursework consists of Lectures (approximately six hours per week) and Tutorials (approximately two hours per week). Second-year coursework is concentrated in the Fall term and consists of Lectures (approximately six hours per week), essay-writing and students presentations.

To complement internal coursework, distinguished lecturers from other Italian or foreign Universities are invited to give series of seminars on specific topics.

Exchange-student agreements allow students to attend PhD courses at Bocconi University, the University of Varese and DEFAP (a joint program of the Catholic University of Milan and the University of Milano-Bicocca), and thus deepen their knowledge in their research fields.

Students have to enroll in courses by the 25th of the month prior to the start date, here: https://www.unimi.it/en/study/postgraduate-study/doctoral-research-phd-programmes/following-your-plan-study/phd-courses-catalogue

1st year

First Term - October 2023 - January 2024 - Timetable

Mathematics

Microeconomics

Second Term - January 2024 - March 2024- Timetable

Econometrics

Third Term - April 2024 - June 2024 - Timetable

Macroeconomics

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