Laboratory of Political Economy and European Integration

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Econometrics II

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This course is a continuation of the Econometrics course where the theory extends to non-linear econometric models, dynamic econometric models, models of simultaneous equations and time series econometrics. The aim of the course is students to acquire econometric analysis skills that will assist to answer questions posed by microeconomics and macroeconomics. Upon successful completion of […]
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Public Economics

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The course Public Economics investigates the role of the public sector in the economic arena. It examines and analyzes in depth the interventions of the state in the operation of national economies and, in particular, taxation and public spending. By the end of this course the students will have sufficient knowledge and economic understanding of […]
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Industrial Organization

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  The course examines the causes and consequences of firms’ strategic behaviour under situations in which the assumptions of perfect competition do not hold.  The principle objective of the course is to introduce students to the basic concepts of industrial organization and help them understand how industries function, and how firms interact within an industry. […]
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International Trade: Theory and Policy

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On completion of this course the student will be capable of: Analysing the international trade (and use basic terms) Understanding the meaning of comparative advantage Analysing the role of National Policies and how do they enlarge or narrow the implications/impact of international trade Understanding and analyzing the role of import tariffs and of quantitative restrictions […]
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Experimental Economics

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  This course introduces students to the field of experimental economics and is complementary to the courses Microeconomic Theory I and II. This course will allow students to understand the basic advantages and disadvantages of studying economic phenomena in a laboratory setting. The course will also cover the basic design principles of economic experiments like […]
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Applied Μicroeconometrics

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  This course extends on knowledge gained in the course of Econometrics. In addition, theory is extended to non-linear models while at the same time these models are applied in real world practical problems. The aim of the course is to apply microeconometric methods of analyzing data with econometric software. More specifically, the course aims […]
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Food Demand Analysis

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1. Basic Knowledge Utility maximization, Lagrange multiplier, Roy’s Identity Duality and cost minimization, Sheppard’s Lemma Slutsky equation Demand functions properties (homogenous, symmetry, additivity) Utility functional forms (Weak Separability and Strong Separability, Homothetic) Revealed Preferences (Weak and Strong Axiom of Revealed Preferences). 2. Empirical Applications Stone’s Analysis LES demand system Rotterdam model Almost Ideal Demand System […]
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Econometrics

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  This course introduces students to the concept of data analysis using econometric tools in order to answer relevant economic problems using primary and secondary data. By successfully completing this course the student will: Will have a good knowledge and understanding of the basic theory around simple and multiple regression and will be able to […]