The Ph.D. in Economics at Luiss Guido Carli is a four-year program providing advanced education in all the main areas of economics. It is aimed at training international economists capable of contributing to the advancement of knowledge and capable of expanding the frontiers of research in economic disciplines.
The program requires full-time attendance and is taught entirely in English. It is designed to give students the ability to understand and elaborate a broad spectrum of economic problems and to provide up-to-date analytical, empirical, and quantitative techniques.
Students acquire the necessary skills to undertake both academic and professional careers, in universities, international research institutions, public authorities, central banks, consulting, and financial institutions.
In the first year students follow advanced topic courses from second year of RoME (Rome Masters in Economics) and combine it with Luiss PhD courses. These courses cover areas in Applied Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics and Finance. Students spend part of the second year taking further advanced PhD courses. Rest of the second year and, third and fourth years are devoted to writing the doctoral dissertation. Luiss has reached an agreement with the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF) and the Department of Economics and Finance atTor Vergata University, whereby students enrolled in their first and second years of the Luiss PhD program can benefit from common teaching activity (formal courses and advising) and facilities provided at EIEF, within the Rome Economics Doctorate (RED) program. EIEF is a Research Institute sponsored by the Bank of Italy located near the Luiss campus.
Main Research Areas
Behavioral and Experimental Economics