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Students at a lectureStudents can choose between two pathways of study:

Students in a computer labCLASS LM-56: ECONOMICS
Graduates receive a Master in Economics. Besides providing students with a good working knowledge of economics and quantitative methods for jobs and careers involving the analysis of economic systems, regulatory processes and public policy, this pathway furnishes students with the tools necessary for understanding markets, governance, and strategic competition and management in the world of business and organizations, with a particular focus on the links between institutions, the regulatory framework and the economic context.
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Lecture theatreCLASS LM-76: ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL ECONOMICS
Graduates receive a Master in Environmental and Cultural Economics. This pathway combines coursework in economics, history, art, and local and environmental history, equipping students with the skills necessary for the identification, study and management of cultural and environmental heritage as well as for cultural planning. Students have access to resources at CAST (the Centre for Historical Analysis of the Territory).
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Foto di Daniele Bondonio Daniele Bondonio
Chair of the EPPAC Master's Degree Programme
daniele.bondonio@uniupo.it
Foto di Giovanni RamelloGiovanni Ramello
Graduate Coordinator for the class LM-56 (Economics)
giovanni.ramello@unipmn.it
Foto di Vittorio TigrinoVittorio Tigrino
Graduate Coordinator for the class LM-76 (Environmental and Cultural Economics)
vittorio.tigrino@unipmn.it
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