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The MSc in Economics and Business Administration - International Economic Consulting – has been developed in close cooperation with major players of the industry and is organised to prepare students for various job functions within the fields of international economics. Read more

The MSc in Economics and Business Administration - International Economic Consulting – has been developed in close cooperation with major players of the industry and is organised to prepare students for various job functions within the fields of international economics. The programme will provide you with up-to-date theoretical knowledge required for applied economic analyses; relevant quantitative and empirical methods suitable for sectoral studies, policy impact analyses and forecasting; the training and concepts required for the implementation of national and international project consulting and, last but not least, introduce you to an exiting international environment.

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International complexities under the loop

  • What are the total costs and benefits of building a new airport in Berlin?
  • Should farmers in Bangladesh receive direct financial support or just price guarantees?
  • How many cars will need a parking space in Copenhagen in 2020?
  • How can CO2 quotas be priced and distributed in a market efficient manner?
  • Which pipelines should be built in order to secure the EU's future gas supply?

These and many other problems, their increasing complexity, their positioning at the border between economics and management and their placement in international contexts have been the backbone of the steadily growing demand for International Economic Consulting services. Large multinational corporations, regional and national policy makers, international organisations (like the World Bank, the EU and the OECD) and a growing number of non-profit interest groups require sound economic analyses and feasibility studies for an impressive range of issues and industrial sectors.

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Programme structure

This programme has a duration of 2 years and consists on 4 semesters.

1st semester: Prerequisite courses

The course Introductory Methods in Economic Consulting introduces widely applicable quantitative methods with a special focus on their relevance for policy analysis. The main aim of the course is to introduce and apply relatively simple methods and models that can be used for econometric analysis of empirical questions that inevitably arise when project evaluations are performed.

Another course is Advanced Methods in Economic Consulting, which comprises analysis and assessment of the economic consequences also involves estimation of the costs and benefits. Hence, a thorough knowledge of advanced applied econometric methods is necessary to solve many of the complicated economic consulting problems.

The course Advanced Industrial Economics is concerned with the theoretical and empirical understanding of the intensity of competition across industries and its effect on prices, quantities, quality choice, efficiency and market structure. It also studies the need of public intervention by describing the economics of competition policy.

The student will also follow the course Organisational Economics and Strategy, which studies how firms create a competitive advantage and maintain it, and analyses strategic choices regarding the boundaries of the firm, the incentive mechanisms and the organisational structure that will best serve their strategies.

Finally the student will follow the course Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) or Project Evaluation as it is sometimes referred to, is an essential tool in economic consulting. The purpose of CBA is to facilitate better decision-making. It ensures that resources are effectively allocated by estimating the monetary values - as far as this is possible - of all the benefits and costs to society of alternative projects, typically public investment projects.

2nd semester: Specialisation courses

The course International Economic Integration gives a broad understanding of the forces and effects of globalisation through technological and policy changes. Based on the theory of international economics we examine integration as driven by organisations like e.g. the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the EU.

Another course that you'll be introduced to is Developing and Emerging Economies. The course will focus on the opportunities and conditions for economic growth in developing and emerging economies and provide you with an understanding of the underlying economic mechanisms.

Alongside you will also follow the course Applied Economic Consulting. This course simulates the entire process surrounding a real-world economic consulting problem, including an introduction to various project management tools.

3rd semester: Electives or study abroad

In the third semester you can choose elective courses within your areas of interest. The courses can either be taken at Aarhus BSS during the semester, at AU Summer University or at one of our more than 300 partner universities abroad. You can also participate in internship programmes either in Denmark or abroad.

4th semester: Master thesis

The fourth semester is devoted to the final thesis. You may choose the topic of the thesis freely and so get a chance to concentrate on and specialise in a specific field of interest. We encourage students to work on topics that are related to international economic consulting and/or are performed in cooperation with a consulting company or a governmental or international institution.

The thesis may be written in collaboration with another student or it may be the result of your individual effort. When the thesis has been submitted, it is defended before the academic advisor as well as an external examiner.

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