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Graduate Programs

PhD field courses for 2017–2018

Students should check with the field coordinator to determine if any additional courses may be helpful in preparing for the comprehensive exam in a given field.

 
Field Courses for major Courses for minor
 
Econometrics Coordinator:
    Yuanyuan Wan
ECO2402H1: Advanced Econometrics
and one of
ECO462/2411H1: Financial Econometrics
ECO2403H1: Topics in Econometrics Ph.D.
ECO2803H1: Methods for Empirical Microeconomics
ECO2402H1: Advanced Econometrics
and one of
ECO462/2411H1: Financial Econometrics
ECO2803H1: Methods for Empirical Microeconomics
ECO2403H1: Topics in Econometrics Ph.D.
RSM3055H1: Econometric Methods in Marketing
ECO2404H1: Empirical Applications of Economic Theory
 
Economic development Coordinator:
    Nicholas Li
ECO2701H1: Development Economics I
ECO2704H1: Topics in Growth and Development
and recommended
ECO2803H1: Methods for Empirical Microeconomics
ECO2804H1: Social Economics
ECO2701H1: Development Economics I
and one of
ECO2704H1: Topics in Growth and Development
ECO2803H1: Methods for Empirical Microeconomics
ECO2804H1: Social Economics
 
Financial economics Coordinator:
    Varouj A. Aivazian
RSM3030H1: Finance Theory I
and one of
ECO2504H1: Financial Economics II
ECO463/2510H1: Financial Market Microstructure
ECO464/2511H1: Empirical Financial Economics
ECO462/2411H1: Financial Econometrics
ECO2506H1: Economics of Risk Management
RSM3033H1: Corporate Finance
RSM3030H1: Finance Theory I
and one of
ECO2504H1: Financial Economics II
ECO463/2510H1: Financial Market Microstructure
ECO464/2511H1: Empirical Financial Economics
ECO2506H1: Economics of Risk Management
ECO462/2411H1: Financial Econometrics
RSM3033H1: Corporate Finance
 
Industrial organization Coordinator:
    Victor Aguirregabiria
ECO2900H1: Industrial Organization I
ECO2901H1: Industrial Organization II
and recommended
ECO2404H1: Empirical Applications of Economic Theory
ECO2908H1: Industrial Organization and Competition Policy
Two of
ECO2900H1: Industrial Organization I
ECO2901H1: Industrial Organization II
ECO2404H1: Empirical Applications of Economic Theory
ECO2908H1: Industrial Organization and Competition Policy
 
International economics Coordinator:
    Peter Morrow
ECO2300H1: International Trade Theory
ECO2304H1: International Trade II
ECO2300H1: International Trade Theory
ECO2304H1: International Trade II
 
Labour economics Coordinator:
    Michael Baker
ECO2800H1: Labour Economics I
ECO2801H1: Labour Economics II
ECO2803H1: Methods for Empirical Microeconomics
Note: ECO2800 is not offered this year. Students who have completed the course in a previous year are allowed to declare Labour Economics as their major field of specialization.
ECO2801H1: Labour Economics II
ECO2803H1: Methods for Empirical Microeconomics
 
Macroeconomic theory Coordinator:
    Serdar Ozkan
ECO2104H1: Quantitative Macroeconomics
ECO2103H1: Topics in Macroeconomic Theory (PhD)
ECO2704H1: Topics in Growth and Development
Two of
ECO2104H1: Quantitative Macroeconomics
ECO2103H1: Topics in Macroeconomic Theory (PhD)
ECO2704H1: Topics in Growth and Development
 
Microeconomic theory Coordinator:
    Xianwen Shi
ECO2102H1: Topics in Microeconomic Theory
ECO3100H1: Behavioural Economics
and recommended
RSM3011H1: Advanced topics in the theory of industrial organization
Two of
ECO2102H1: Topics in Microeconomic Theory
ECO3100H1: Behavioural Economics
RSM3011H1: Advanced topics in the theory of industrial organization
 
Public economics Coordinator:
    Michael Smart
ECO2600H1: Public Economics I
ECO2601H1: Public Economics II
and recommended
ECO2804H1: Social Economics
Two of
ECO2600H1: Public Economics I
ECO2601H1: Public Economics II
ECO2804H1: Social Economics