Mikhail Anufriev, Professor in Economic Discipline Group at UTS Business School will hold an advanced research course titled "Bounded Rationality: Theory and Experiments" at the PhD in Economics within the framework of the Innovative Training Network ExSIDE "Expectations and Social Influence Dynamics in Economics, EU funded project.
The course is designed for senior PhD students (second-year and above) and is open to Faculty members, ITN ESR, Postdocs and all interested researchers.
The course will be held from October 9th to 13th. The schedule is available here: www.unive.it/pag/index.php
Syllabus availble in the "Courses" section.
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Deadline for submissions: 17 September 2017
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Admission to Doctoral Programmes is gained through a highly selective application process, subject to international attention.
Deadline for call for applications a.y. 2017/18: April, 27th 2017 1 PM (Italian time).
Expectations play a crucial role in Economics…
The Innovative Training Network ExSIDE aims at improving our understanding of the role of expectation formation and social influence for economic dynamics and for the optimal design of economic policy. ExSIDE combines an interdisciplinary research agenda with an innovative European joint doctoral training program, which provides doctoral fellows with a broad range of expertise and skills needed for a thorough analysis of expectation formation processes and their role in Economics. Both the research projects and the training activities will combine work in Behavioral Economics, Psychoanalysis, Opinion Formation, Network Theory, Agent-based Simulation and Economic Modelling in different areas. The academic training will be complemented by extensive Transferable Skills Training Measures, intersectoral Training Measures, provided by non-academic partners, and Career Development Training. Interaction with stakeholders, policy makers and the general public will play an important role in pursuing the ExSIDE agenda and disseminating the results.
ExSIDE is carried out by a consortium of eight renowned European Universities in cooperation with nine non-academic partners. The transdisciplinary consortium includes institutions from seven European countries and builds on long joint experience in cooperation in research and supervision. ExSIDE is coordinated by Bielefeld University in Germany.
The program offers an advanced training in economics and finance, providing students with instruments to conduct original research leading to a doctoral dissertation on aspects of the socio-economic systems or the financial markets. Specializations are offered at quantitative and qualitative levels for both microeconomic analyses (e.g. on how economic agents behave, how markets and economic organizations work, how economic policy affect economic outcomes) and macroeconomic analyses (on issues regarding, for example, economic cycles, unemployment, inflation, trades, forecasts and expectations on financial markets).
The programme is taught entirely in English.
Professional profiles obtainable by the program are typically those needed to work in academic departments, mainly in economics and finance; national and international organizations conducting economic research for various purposes, like Ministries, national and super-national Central Banks, financial and economic bodies of the EU, international organizations like OECD, World Bank, etc.; financial private institutes, like banks, insurance companies, investment and retirements funds; other public and private organizations requiring expert knowledge in economics, like those offering service professions in consulting, market research, management, economic journalism.