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How do markets function? How do corporations make their strategic choices? What are the determinants of the demand structure and the cost structure in a market? What are their relationships with the structure of this market and with the firms’ behavior? The Master 2 TSE - "Economics of Markets and Organizations" (EMO) prepares students to provide answers to this type of questions.
The M2 EMO program combines a solid training in industrial organization, regulatory economics, and econometrics that give students a real expertise in the analysis of strategic aspects of a market, the identification of the determinants of the firms’ economic performance in a market, and the evaluation of policies aimed at improving the market efficiency.
Students with the M2 EMO - TSE profile master the analytical tools that allow them to model the key economic relationships in an industry. These students have also acquired the ability to perform a sharp diagnosis of the nature of the strategic interaction among the dominant players in a sector and on the key performance parameters of the sector.
Courses are taught in English by TSE faculty members with well-established international reputation in the areas of theoretical and applied industrial organization. This academic training is completed with conferences given by professionals with strong experience of the functioning of real-world markets.
Toulouse School of Economics
Bureau des Masters TSE
Bâtiment A -1er étage - MA 106
Manufacture des Tabacs
31015 Toulouse Cedex 6
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E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Site : http://ecole.tse-fr.eu/en
Mise à jour le 26 avril 2017
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L'Université Toulouse Capitole (UT Capitole) est un pôle d'excellence international d'enseignement et de recherche en droit, économie et gestion. Elle est fière de compter le Prix Nobel d’économie 2014, Jean Tirole, parmi ses enseignants-chercheurs. En 2012, la Commission européenne lui a attribué le label Centre d’excellence Jean-Monnet.