The Quantitative Economics Doctorate (QED) is a program of doctoral studies in Economics jointly organized by:
- the University of Alicante (Spain)
- the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
- the University of Bielefeld (Germany)
- the University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
- the University "Nova" of Lisbon (Portugal)
- the University Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne)
- the University of Venice (Italy)
- the University of Vienna (Austria)
- the University of Cardiff
Participants are enrolled in one of these universities. They attend courses in at least two of them, and present their dissertation at the university where they are registered.
The program focuses on:
- Economic Theory
- Mathematical Economics
- Decision and Game Theory
- Experimental Economics
- Applied Economics
The advanced courses offered by the participating institutions provide the students with the possibility of
specialising in almost any subject within the area of Quantitative Economics.
integrating various areas within the field of Economics
gaining access to research activities (conferences, workshops, etc.) at each of the participanting European institutions.