The master of "international macroeconomics and financialization" is a pluralist training unique in the French university landscape and presenting a healthy openness to the international.
Its objective is to train high-level experts in macroeconomics, finance, and ecological transition.
Seasoned in critical thinking, with a vast culture in economics and management and internationally recognized expertise, graduate students in "international macroeconomics and financialization" will be able to bring a fresh perspective to the phenomena
complex macroeconomic, financial, and climatic conditions as they appear in today's globalized world.
The lessons of this course take a critical and pluralist look at the problems facing the policies and the major European or international institutions in modern globalized economies - particularly the question of ecological transition.
In order to ensure international openness and broad outlets, the M2 is mainly in English and shared with students who have completed their M1 EPOG 2.0 at Kingston University (United Kingdom), Roma Tre (Italy), the Berlin School of Economics and Law (Germany) or the University of Wits (South Africa).
Higher education and research professions (professors and lecturers), research officers;
Secondary school teachers (associate and certified secondary school teachers);
Economic expert for organizations, national or international (associations, NGOs, central banks, companies, unions);
Social expert, consultant, particularly in ecological transition and economic planning;
The management staff of the public service, national or regional (State, local communities);
Research and development officer;
Framework responsible for the implementation of public policies.