Doctoral Programme in Development Economics and Local Systems (DELoS)
The Department of Economics and Management offers a PhD Programme in Development Economics and Local Systems (DELoS) jointly with the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Trento.
DELoS is a doctoral programme focusing on development economics and local development with an emphasis on an interdisciplinary and applied approach.
The doctoral programme includes two curricula: Development Economics and Economics of Local Systems.
Duration: 3 years
Number of positions: 8
Number of grants: 8, fundend as follows:
• 4 funded by University of Florence;
• 4 funded by University of Trento
The next call for applications will appeas in Spring.
For more information please go to the page of the PhD Programme in Development Economics and Local Systems (DELoS).
PEGASO Doctoral Programme in Economics of the Tuscan universities
The Department of Economics and Management offers a PhD Programme in Economics jointly with the Department of Economics and Statistics of the University of Siena and the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Pisa. The programme benefits from the financing of the Region of Tuscany thorugh the Pegaso programme.
The programme aims at training students for a career as economists in academic institutions or in research departments of corporations or public organizations. Many of the graduates have obtained prestigious placements, and have published in important journals in economics.
The first year of the programme offers intensive courses to lay the analytical and critical foundations necessary for dissertation-level research. The programme gives emphasis to economic history and the history of economic thought, and recognizes the importance of exposing students to different theoretical perspectives.
First year courses are mainly held at the University of Siena, where students are welcome to apply for accommodation facilities. In the following years students will rely on the academic environment and facilities in one of the three universities, according to their research interests.
Duration: 3 years
Number of positions: 10
Number of grants: 9, funded as follows:
• 5 funded by the University of Florence, the University of Pisa and the University of Siena;
• 4 funded by the region of Tuscany
The next call for applications will appear in the summer. It will be downloadable here.
For more information please go to the page of the Doctoral Programme in Economics of the Tuscan Universities can be found in the official website.