MSc&T Economics for Smart Cities and Climate Policy
The Economics for Smart Cities and Climate Policy Master’s Degree (ex-Smart Cities and Urban Policy Master) is a two-year program entirely taught in English. It is designed for highly qualified and internationally oriented students.
This course will provide you with the economics know-how to navigate the current trends shaping 21st-century metropolitan economies. It involves applying economics quantitative methods to the study of new and transforming metropolitan areas and their competitive environments. This program in fact involves a strong involvement and interest for economics and econometrics applied to urban subject (Urban economic, Environmental and Energy Economics, Evaluation of Public policy , Econometrics, Traffic and Transportation systems, Geographical Information System, Big data,… )
The teaching is firmly oriented towards the business world, and relies on a combination of economics theoretical methodology and real-world case studies. The ESCLiP Master’s Program has developed strong links with industrial and academic partners from various related fields, namely electricty, finance, energy, international organizations, transportation and ministries. Institutions and companies partnered with the Program include the City of Paris, EDF and SNCF, to name a few.