Postal address:
U.Carlos III de Madrid
Calle Madrid, 126
28903 Getafe - Madrid (Spain)

Email:
instituto.economia@uc3m.es

Phone numbers:
(34) 91 624 92 87
(34) 91 624 58 96

Fax:
(34) 91 624 98 72
 
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Postal address:
U.Carlos III de Madrid
Calle Madrid, 126
28903 Getafe - Madrid (Spain)

Email:
instituto.economia@uc3m.es

Phone numbers:
(34) 91 624 92 87
(34) 91 624 58 96

Fax:
(34) 91 624 98 72
 
Directory

Experimental Economics Laboratory

Maps and Public Transport

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PhD in Economics
The Ph.D. Program is one of the priorities of the Institute/Department of Economics of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. In a recent study -- see R. Amir and M. Knauffen (2005) -- the Program appears as the best 32 in the world based on the employment opportunities of its graduates.
The Program includes two initial years of basic training during which students complete the Master en Economic Analysis, and two additional years of research during which students complete their doctoral thesis. During the entire period of four years students are devoted full time to their studies.
The Ph-D. Program is a member of the interuniversitary network ENTER (European Network for Training in Economic Research), a join initiative of the eight best departments in economics in Europe, all of which have Ph.D. programs of international prestige: Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Free University of Brussels, University of Mannheim, University of Stockholm, Tilburg University, Toulouse School of Economics, University College London y Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. The network organizes student exchanges and holds a yearly conference where the best students papers are presented in an audience that include faculty from the entire network.
The Ph.D. Program is one of the priorities of the Institute/Department of Economics of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. In a recent study -- see R. Amir and M. Knauffen (2005) -- the Program appears as the best 32 in the world based on the employment opportunities of its graduates.
The Program includes two initial years of basic training during which students complete the Master en Economic Analysis, and two additional years of research during which students complete their doctoral thesis. During the entire period of four years students are devoted full time to their studies.
The Ph-D. Program is a member of the interuniversitary network ENTER (European Network for Training in Economic Research), a join initiative of the eight best departments in economics in Europe, all of which have Ph.D. programs of international prestige: Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Free University of Brussels, University of Mannheim, University of Stockholm, Tilburg University, Toulouse School of Economics, University College London y Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. The network organizes student exchanges and holds a yearly conference where the best students papers are presented in an audience that include faculty from the entire network.