-to apply theoretical knowledge acquired during the Bachelor studies to the understanding of real economic phenomena and situations, either present or historical.
-to analyze realistic scenarios of research in Economics or Economic History.
-to collect and summarize all relevant information that is necessary on order to conduct an appraisal of an economic situation.
-to assess causes and consequences of a given economic or industrial policy, either public or private, present or historical. On the base of such assessment, the student will be able
to express a reasoned judgement, substantiated by an empirical analysis of the problem.
-to search, select and process the necessary information to study an economic issue. The student will be able to summarize all relevant diagnostic information and reject redundant
or irrelevant information.
-to contribute new ideas, make suggestions and take decisions in order to solve economic problems.
-to use discernment about the collected information and the ambiguity of economic situations.
-to be enterprising in order to undertake new research projects.
-to be committed to his/her research proposals.
-to motivate, prove and defend his/her approach.
-to show a commitment to cooperation, be willing to share ideas and results.