Human Resources Economics Concentration
The Human Resources Economics Concentration aims to provide ISET students with expertise in theoretical and applied economics in the fields of labor, health and education. Students who successfully complete the first year of studies at ISET are eligible to participate in the concentration.
Students are required to take and pass all the four core courses from the following list:
- Labor Economics I
- Labor Economics II
- Health Economics
- Education Economics
Students are also required to take one methodology course from the following list:
- Advanced Econometrics
- Program Evaluation
- Advanced Time Series Econometrics
Students accepted into the concentration are required to complete a summer internship or a summer reading project - reading and writing a review about a concentration-related literature or book, to be approved by the concentration coordinator.
Finally, students will have to write a Literature Critique, or a Master's Thesis related to the concentration. Students are also required to attend any seminars, workshops, or excursions related to the concentration.
Concentration coordinator: Professor Muhammad Asali, firstname.lastname@example.org.