"One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programs by their intentions rather than their results." Milton Friedman
Program focuses on acquiring deeper theoretical knowledge in economics, especially in macroeconomics and economic policy. The graduate is able to analyze and evaluate economic phenomena independently, especially in relation to economic policy, he can critically evaluate real economic development, comment as well as independently propose measurements of economic policy. He will be able to check research procedures for a comprehensive analysis of national economic and economic-political situations. He will also be able to create concepts, programs, projects and analyzes in this area.
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Graduates of the Economic Policy Program are equipped to be employed in a wide range of professional economic professions, higher education and independent scientific careers. They can be authors of strategies to solve economic problems at all levels (central, regional and local), as advisors and experts of political subjects and state administration. They will be employed in the top and executive positions of the state and regional governments and the bodies of the European Union, in central and regional bodies that create conditions for the functioning of economic subjects. Graduates will also be employed in the analytical and research sections of banks, financial institutions and industrial and commercial companies.
|Provided by||Faculty of Economics and Administration|
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|Standard length of studies||4 years|
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The studies are subject to tuition
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