Doctoral School in Economics, Finance and Management (DSEFM)

In the framework of the doctoral school, doctoral candidates are required to validate min. 20 ECTS of courses and training modules.

The training programme combines specialised training related to the research topic of the doctoral candidate, as well as broader disciplinary, interdisciplinary training. A minimum of 5 ECTS of courses in transferable skills are required for graduation.

During the PhD thesis period, the DSEFM provides doctoral courses to ensure that PhD students meet the research frontier in Economics, Finance and Management. DSEF requires that students validate 20ECTS (including Transferable Skills Courses).

DSEF doctoral courses are offered by regular faculty members and external researcher as well as outstanding guest professors. The course offer changes regularly, all courses and details can be found on our website.

PhD students also attend doctoral courses, summer schools and other training opportunities in other institutions. Exchanges with other Universities abroad are funded by DSEF. Past exchanges included NYU Stern, Cornell University, Oxford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, among others.

Academic year 2021-2022

 

Course

Lecturer

ECTS

Room

dates

The macroeconomics of automation, artificial intelligence, and digitization part I (Irmen) Macroeconomics part II (Koulovatianos)

Prof. Andreas IRMEN,

2

G001 (IRMEN)

Every wednesday morning:
From 22 september to 24 November (IRMEN)
8 December - 15 February (KOULOVATIANOS)
9:30-11:45

Prof. Christos KOULOVATIANOS

2

International Public Economics and Migration

Prof Skerdi Zanaj

1

G001

Every Monday from Sept. 20 to Oct. 11.

Matlab for financial modeling

Dr Xisong Jin (vacataire)

2

D17

18, 19 & 20 November, 09:00 - 18:00

Transportation Network Analysis

Prof Anne Lange

1

B02 (Oct)

D10 (Nov)

Thursdays 21 & 28 Oct +  4, 11 & 18 November (timetable TBA)

Advanced Microeconomics I : Uncertainty, Information, and Dynamic Contracting

Prof Vincent Anesi

1

C16 (Oct,Nov)

C15 (Dec)

Fridays 29 October, 5 November, 12 November, 26 November, 3 December, 13:30 - 16:00

Introduction to natural language processing

Prof Edward Kwartler (Harvard)

2

TBA

11-15 October & 18-22 October, 14:30 - 17:00

Doctoral lecture series on cross-border labor mobility (Part I)

Tommaso Frattini, Catia Batista, Joan Monras

1

A16

9 & 10 September, 09:00 - 18:00 : conference Migration

28 October (Tommaso Frattini), 18 November (Catia Batista), 23 December (Joan Monras), 13:00 - 17:00

Econometrics clinic

Rutger Poldermans

webex

Oct 19- 26 Nov 2,9,16,23,30-  Dec 7

 

Academic Year 2020-2021

Doctoral lectures Academic Year 2020-2021

Upcoming lectures and seminars: for registration, please send an email to: dsef@uni.lu (+ d'infos)