The training itinerary for the master’s program comprises twelve courses divided into two semesters, in addition to the master’s dissertation.
Below, you will find a simple outline of all the courses in the training itinerary:
The First Semester
The first semester begins in September and ends in January.
|1. Basic Principles of Austrian Economics (I): Price Theory and Microeconomics|
|2. Market Processes and the Dynamic Efficiency of Institutions|
|3. The Free-Market Approach in the Field of the Economic Sciences. The Methodological Foundations of the Austrian School of Economics|
|4. Innovation and Technology in Market Processes|
|5. The Austrian School in the Context of Economic Doctrines|
|6. Economics and the Environment|
The Second Semester
The second semester begins in January and ends in June.
|7. Basic Principles of Austrian Economics (II): Monetary Theory and Macroeconomics|
|8. Money and Banking. The Austrian Theory of Endogenous Monetary Cycles and Financial Crises|
|9. Economic Analysis of Planning and Interventionism|
|10. The Theory of the Impossibility of Socialism. The Austrian School and Public Policies|
|11. The Defense Sector and Private Security as an Efficient Alternative to the Public Sector|
|12. Economics and Evolution. The Evolutionary Analysis of Institutions|
|13. Master’s Dissertation|