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Studijní obor 6201T Economics - Two-Year Master's Degree Programme


Economics is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme fully accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education, which aims to give the student a thorough grounding in both theoretical and applied economics.  It is taught at the Faculty of Social Sciences by members of the Institute of Economic Studies (IES).


The Institute of Economic Studies provides a fully-fledged university education at both graduate and undergraduate levels, and has also become one of the Czech Republic's most prestigious economic research centres.  It continues in the pre-War tradition of economic research and education at Charles University.  At the same time it aims to be at the forefront of business thinking.


From the very beginning, the instruction of economics at IES has been designed selectively for students who are capable of abstract analytical reasoning, and this programme is no exception.  This emphasis, supported by knowledge of mathematics, is one of the features that distinguish instruction at IES from other Czech economic schools of higher learning.  Thus, the competitive edge of IES graduates is based not only on their managerial talent, but also on their analytical and reasoning abilities, and on having the necessary skills to solve problems individually in various environments.  IES graduates continue to be in high demand and tend to be successful in both theoretical and practical fields (for example, in public administration, as capital market analysts in banks, investment companies, pension funds, etc.).


Instruction and supervision are provided by leading economists and professionals who are involved in both international economic research and in applied economic policy or advisory work for the government.  Some staff has had a long career in finance, investment banking and portfolio management in North America.  Overall, publication activity is one of the main criteria for evaluating the work of the faculty members.



Academic supervisor: 


Doc. Ing. Oldřich DĚDEK, CSc.


Language of instruction:

English



 

Course structure:                   

5 required classes (6 ECTS credits each)   

30 credits

2 required seminars (3 ECTS credits each) 

6 credits

Elective classes to a total value of

84 credits

     Master's thesis

     Final examination




Required classes

Code

Course title

Course leader

Semester

Hours per week

Course assessment

ECTS credit points

JEM001

ExternĂ­ odkaz Master´s Thesis Seminar I - (Winter Semester)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mejstřík ExternĂ­ odkaz Švarcová

WS

0/2

Course credit

3

JEM002

ExternĂ­ odkaz Master´s Thesis Seminar II - (Summer Semester)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mejstřík ExternĂ­ odkaz Švarcová

SS

0/2

Course credit

3

JEM003

ExternĂ­ odkaz Microeconomics AI

ExternĂ­ odkaz Janda

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM004

ExternĂ­ odkaz Macroeconomics AI

ExternĂ­ odkaz Baxa ExternĂ­ odkaz Hromádková

WS

2/4

Examination

6

JEM005

ExternĂ­ odkaz Econometrics A

ExternĂ­ odkaz Netuka

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM006

ExternĂ­ odkaz Contemporary Economic Theories

ExternĂ­ odkaz Čech

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM012

ExternĂ­ odkaz European Economic Policies

ExternĂ­ odkaz Šmídková ExternĂ­ odkaz Hedbávný

SS

2/2

Examination

6

Total: 36

WS = Winter Semester (Oct. - Feb.), SS = Summer Semester (Feb. - June).




Elective classes

Code

Course title

Course leader

Semester

Hours per week

Course assessment

ECTS credit points

JEM013

ExternĂ­ odkaz Microeconomics AII (Game Theory)

ExternĂ­ odkaz Janda

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM017

ExternĂ­ odkaz Business Cycles Theory

ExternĂ­ odkaz Vošvrda

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM022

ExternĂ­ odkaz Keynesian Monetary Economics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Čech

SS

0/4

Examination

6

JEM027

ExternĂ­ odkaz Monetary Economics A

ExternĂ­ odkaz Holub ExternĂ­ odkaz Šmídková

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM028

ExternĂ­ odkaz Labour Economics A

ExternĂ­ odkaz Jurajda

WS

2/0

Examination

6

JEM030

ExternĂ­ odkaz Comparative Economics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bauer ExternĂ­ odkaz Chytilová

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM031

ExternĂ­ odkaz Public Finance A

ExternĂ­ odkaz Gregor

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM032

ExternĂ­ odkaz Banking

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mejstřík

WS

2/2

Examination

7

JEM034

ExternĂ­ odkaz Corporate Finance

ExternĂ­ odkaz Dědek

SS

2/2

Examination

7

JEM035

ExternĂ­ odkaz Financial Markets Instruments I

ExternĂ­ odkaz Dědek

WS

2/2

Examination

5

JEM036

ExternĂ­ odkaz Financial Markets Instruments II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Dědek

SS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM037

ExternĂ­ odkaz Introduction to the Theory of Financial Markets

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mejstřík ExternĂ­ odkaz Novák

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM039

ExternĂ­ odkaz Risk management and Financial Engineering on Developed Markets

ExternĂ­ odkaz Blaha

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM043

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Finance A I

ExternĂ­ odkaz Derviz

WS

2/2

Course credit

3

JEM044

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Finance A II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Derviz

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM049

ExternĂ­ odkaz Topics in International Economics and Finance

ExternĂ­ odkaz Carliner

WS

0/2

Examination

3

JEM059

ExternĂ­ odkaz Quantitative Finance I

ExternĂ­ odkaz Vošvrda

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM061

ExternĂ­ odkaz Quantitative Finance II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Vošvrda

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM073

ExternĂ­ odkaz Post-Keynesian Economics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Sojka ExternĂ­ odkaz Mertlík

WS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM075

ExternĂ­ odkaz Industrial Organisation

ExternĂ­ odkaz Zajíček

WS

2/0

Examination

6

JEM080

ExternĂ­ odkaz Public Choice Theory

ExternĂ­ odkaz Gregor

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM081

ExternĂ­ odkaz Advanced Economics of European Integration - Microeconomic Aspects

ExternĂ­ odkaz Turnovec ExternĂ­ odkaz Strielkowski

WS

2/2

Examination

7

JEM092

ExternĂ­ odkaz Portfolio Analysis and Investment Management

ExternĂ­ odkaz Dědek

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM093

ExternĂ­ odkaz Investment Valuation and Portfolio Management

ExternĂ­ odkaz Blaha

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM094

ExternĂ­ odkaz The Law of Corporate Financing

ExternĂ­ odkaz Richter

SS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM096

ExternĂ­ odkaz Economic Dynamics I

ExternĂ­ odkaz Vošvrda

WS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM097

ExternĂ­ odkaz Economic Dynamics II

ExternĂ­ odkaz Vošvrda

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM098

ExternĂ­ odkaz Philosophy and Economics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Sedláček ExternĂ­ odkaz Pazderník

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM100

ExternĂ­ odkaz Corporate Governance

ExternĂ­ odkaz Mejstřík

SS

0/2

Examination

5

JEM101

ExternĂ­ odkaz Economics of Ageing

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bryndová ExternĂ­ odkaz Tulejová

WS

0/2

Examination

5

JEM111

ExternĂ­ odkaz International Macroeconomics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Holub

SS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM112

ExternĂ­ odkaz Economics of Incentives and Contracts

ExternĂ­ odkaz Janda

WS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM113

ExternĂ­ odkaz Microeconomics of Banking

ExternĂ­ odkaz Janda

SS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM116

ExternĂ­ odkaz Applied Econometrics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Horváth

SS

2/2

Examination

5

JEM119

ExternĂ­ odkaz Monetary Policy and Business Cycle

ExternĂ­ odkaz Tůma ExternĂ­ odkaz Hurník

SS

2/2

Examination

6

JEM123

ExternĂ­ odkaz Economics of Least Developed Countries

ExternĂ­ odkaz Bauer ExternĂ­ odkaz Chytilová ExternĂ­ odkaz Streblov

WS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM126

ExternĂ­ odkaz Law and Economics

ExternĂ­ odkaz Tříska

SS

2/0

Examination

5

JEM127

ExternĂ­ odkaz Welfare Measurement

ExternĂ­ odkaz Ščasný ExternĂ­ odkaz Melichar

SS

2/0

Examination

5

Minimum of credits: 72



Students should also make their selection of one course on the Master's degree level classes offered in English from any subject at the Faculty of Social Sciences.



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