4th Semester

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Microeconomic Theory II

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  The course is a continuation of Microeconomic Theory I. The course covers important microeconomic models, such as, the partial equilibrium competitive model, the general equilibrium model and the monopoly, and further examines firms’ behavior in imperfectively competitive markets. Moreover, the course provides a coverage of the basic principles of game theory and explores the […]
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Macroeconomics II

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On completion of this course the student will be able to: Describe and present the theories of consumption, investment, economic growth and equilibrium in an open economy Employ these theories to define: a) the impact on the levels of total consumption and investment b) the role of expectations in macroeconomics c) the factors that lead […]
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Methods of Agroeconomic and Sociological Research

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  The course is divided into two parts: the theoretical and the practical involving the laboratory work. In the theoretical part of the course the student understands that the target of research is explorative, descriptive and explanatory. At the explorative stage, the target is to help the breaking down of the questions and the preparation […]
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English IV

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This course aims to help students cope with academic texts in agriculture and develop fundamental academic skills, mostly in reading and writing.
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Computer programming and applications

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Upon successful completion of the course the student will have acquired the fundamental principles of programming, algorithmic structures and software development techniques, acquire programming skills in a high-level programming language environment, be able to combine the various algorithmic structures and instructions of a programming language, acquire the ability of composing programs which solve specific problems […]
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Quantitative Methods

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The aim of the course is to offer the students mathematical knowledge, not taught in the general Mathematics courses of the first two semesters, with a special emphasis on economic analysis and agricultural economics. Students will be taught and learn applications of these methods both in exploring theory and developing practice, as well as in […]
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Management and Protection of the Rural Environment

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The course is aiming at the comprehension of the mechanisms through which agricultural activities exert pressures on natural resources. A further objective is to familiarize students with the concept of agro-ecosystems as well as the identification and assessment of their  multiple services (economic, social and environmental). Finally, through the analysis of organic farming, to achieve […]