What can I do with BEA? Job Opportunities
Graduates in Behavioural and Applied Economics learn to assess and interpret economics phenomena by combining the economic theory and the empirical evidence in the form of experimental data and observational data. This makes them able to put their expertise to work both in the private and the public sector.
Specifically, BEA graduates are able to analyse, seize and use experimental data to collocate the baseline organization in its economic context and understand the trend of the economic variables and the economic behaviour of people. Moreover, they possess skills in conducting data analysis to test economic theory and provide insightful policy advice.
The set of competences acquired and the empirical approach make them skilled to assess independently and provide policy recommendations and strategic governance for Companies, NGOâ€™s and Public organizations at international level.
BEA graduates are trained to collect, analyse and explain data as well as connect together the different economics players of organizations and predict the potential effects of economic decisions.
Graduates are also able to monitor and suggest corrections towards undertaken actions, address new development strategies within organizations, both public and private.
This makes BEA graduates fit to work as market analysts or professional experts in different and complex economic systems with high responsibilities like multinational corporations, banks or government institutions, NGOâ€™s, as well as international research institutions and public administrations.
In addition, BEA Master Programme provides graduates with the necessary foundations in economics and statistics to proceed to a PhD.
Information about the job opportunities for each track is available at the following websites: