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Core Courses

M.S. candidates complete their core course work during the first year of the program. These courses provide a strong foundation in economic theory and with rigorous training in quantitative methods. The core curriculum prepares M.S. candidates for more advanced course work and provides them with the skills necessary to successfully complete their research practicum and thesis in their second year.
The core courses are:
The core courses are:
  • Monetary Theory and Policy
  • Research Methods I
  • Research Methods II: Public Policy Analysis
  • Public Economics: Political Economy of Government Expenditures and Taxation
  • Advanced Microeconomics: Value, Distribution, and Economic Well-Being
  • Advanced Macroeconomics

The Levy Institute has published 1740 research publications to date.

Levy Publications

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