PARCOURS - Expertise économique (EE)

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PARCOURS - Expertise économique (EE)

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Résumé

The Master "Expertise Economique" is a professional training of very selective excellence, aimed at training study managers capable of collecting, analyzing and interpreting data likely to inform business decisions. Read more

Objectifs

Initial training /
2 years
EUR Economie et Management
Campus Saint Jean d'Angély / GREDEG
French / English

Details

Rhythm

Initial training
Continuous training
Study while doing an apprenticeship (Only in master 2)

  • Professional contract
  • Apprenticeship contract

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Introduction

This excellent training allows students to train in jobs in demand, related to the collection and analysis of data: Socio-economic study officers; Responsible for statistical studies; Responsible for socio-economic analyzes; Business economist; Watch engineer; Competitive intelligence engineer; Economic mission manager.

The professions in which the master's degree forms require both the mastery of technical skills and skills in fields of application.
Most of the technical skills are acquired during the first year of the Master:
- Collect or produce data. Knowledge of documentary research tools (in particular Internet search engines), mastery of the various interview techniques within the framework of qualitative studies. Know how to build and manage a database, and if necessary produce data.
- Knowledge of IT tools related to databases and information processing software (Python, stata, R, Excel, VBA).
- Process and analyze information. Mastery of economic and statistical modeling techniques
- Write and present a study showing the relevance of the information collected, in French or in English. Be able to follow up on recommendations.

The second year of the Master completes the acquisition of technical skills with a teaching unit of quantitative techniques, as well as through a year project allowing to acquire the know-how in the impact analysis study. (in 2020-2021 it will be a question of evaluating the device "the ropes of success" as part of a study commissioned by the rectorate of Nice).

The second year of the Master also focuses on the acquisition of skills in the following three fields (areas of expertise):
- Economics of innovation. Financing of innovation, functioning of intellectual property protection, economic benefits of the diffusion of innovation and the associated risks, dynamics of innovative industries, spatial dimension of innovation.
- Management of environmental constraints. Environmental tax, environmental standards, emission permit markets, environmental subsidies, green certificate markets. Cost-benefit analysis, contingent valuation methods, substitution market methods, "Cost-effectiveness" evaluation.
- International economic expertise. Major mechanisms of current globalization and the challenges of measurement and expertise for the various economic players. Methods and application of competitiveness diagnostics at different levels (firms and territory) and different scales.

Training through academic excellence in different areas of expertise
  • Evaluation of events and public policies. Quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods (statistics, econometrics, scoring and dashboard, interviews, ...)
  • Innovation economy. Intellectual property protection, economic benefits of the diffusion of innovation and the associated risks, dynamics of innovative industries, spatial dimension of innovation.
  • Management of environmental constraints. Environmental tax, environmental standards, emission permit markets, environmental subsidies, green certificate markets. Cost-benefit analysis, contingent valuation methods, substitution market methods, "Cost-effectiveness" evaluation.
  • Strategic economics and international economics. Major mechanisms of current globalization and the challenges of measurement and expertise for the various economic players. Methods and application of competitiveness diagnostics.

Training through apprenticeship by carrying out projects and working in a company
  • Evaluation only in continuous monitoring with many projects to be carried out throughout the year
  • This training includes a mandatory internship of at least 4 months in the second year.
  • The master can be obtained on a work-study basis, allowing students to obtain a professionalization contract with a week in the company and a week at the university from June to April, then full-time in the company from June to August.
To find out the satisfaction rate for the course, please contact the leaders of courses.
The success rate is 92.30% in 2019/2020.

The excellence and the academic requirement aimed by the economic expertise course allows future graduates:
  • To acquire high-level scientific knowledge to develop economic analyzes based on the processing and analysis of data
  • To discover how to develop decision-making support tools, by learning to assess the business environment and its strategies
  • Write recommendations and decision-making support notes in English and French
  • Follow up on recommendations in a constantly changing environment, taking into account the environmental constraint, the innovative nature of industries and the competitive and globalized environment of the company

The advantages of the training
The organization of the course presents many advantages to its students:
  • Training in French and English
  • Opportunities for highly requested jobs, linked to the collection and analysis of empirical data
  • Small numbers of around fifteen students per promotion allowing more personalized monitoring of each student
  • Evaluation only in continuous monitoring with many projects to be carried out
  • Possibility to work and study, with classes every other week. In M1, students work on projects with their teachers. In M2, students work in a company or in a laboratory one week, and have class the other
  • A complete study is to be carried out in M1 as part of the thesis. A one-year project is to be carried out in M2 for a client with a field study
  • Possibility of initiating in research in M1 by participating in the JECOs, and of pursuing a doctorate at the end of the Master (CIFRE scholarship or Doctoral contract)

Training accessible to people with a handicap.
Consult the website "Mission Handicap"

Training eligible for "MON COMPTE FORMATION"
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Admission

Prerequisite

High school level

  • Students starting the Economic Expertise program in the first year must be fluent in French and English
  • Students should be comfortable with economics, econometrics, statistics or mathematics through a bachelor's degree in a relevant field (bachelor's degree in economics, MASS or MIAGE for example).
  • Students with a weak knowledge in economics and / or quantitative techniques and applicants who do not meet the requirements in English or French may submit an entry, but those students will be encouraged to level up before starting the program.

Conditions of applications

  • Download the necessary documents (a recent photo, a copy of an identity document, the latest diplomas and details of courses and grades, an application letter in French or in English, a CV in French or in English and possibly 2 reference letters (in English or French).
  • File submission via the eCandidat platform

Program

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Master 1
Semestre 1

Unité 1 : Methodological Prerequisites - 64h (6 ECTS)
Excel + VBA (18h)
Introduction to R and STATA (27h)
Introduction to Python (18h)


Unité 2 : Quantitative techniques - 60h (6 ECTS)
Econometrics of Quantitative Variables (30h)
Data Analysis (30h)


Unité 3 : Data - 30h (3 ECTS)
Les données du web (30h)

Unité 4 : Economic - 24h (3 ECTS)
Advanced Microeconomics (24h)

Unité 5 : PPR Mémoire (12 ECTS)
Méthodologie  (9h)
Techniques for writing in economics (18h)
Mémoire
Semestre 2

Unité 6 : Advanced Quantitative Techniques 1 - 78h (6 ECTS)
Econometrics of Panel Data 1 (30h)
Econometrics of Qualitative Variables (30h)
Matrix algebra for econometrics (18h)


Unité 7 : Advanced Quantitative Techniques 2 - 70h (6 ECTS)
Séries Temporelles (30h)
Big data and Machine Learning (20h)


Unité 8 : Theoretical fundamentals - 60h (6 ECTS)
Economie stratégique (30h)
Réglementation et marché (30h)



Unité 9 : PPR : Mémoire (12 ECTS)

Master 2

Master 1
Semestre 1
Intitulé de la matière Nom(s) des intervenant(s)
Excel VBA programming A. Milleliri (SKEMA)
Introduction to R and Stata E. Salies (OFCE)
M. Guerini
Introduction to Python O. Croce
Techniques for writing in economics F. Bellone
Advanced microeconomics G. Attanasi
P. Zeppini
Data analyses G. Attanasi
Econometrics of quantitative variables P. Musso
Les données du web T. Jobert
I. Anxionnaz (CNIS)
J. Domens  (INSEE)
D. Durant  (Banque de France)
E. Salies (OFCE)
Méthodologie J. Manuello
T. Jobert

 Semestre 2

Intitulé de la matière Nom(s) des intervenant(s)
Econometrics of panel data C. Laffineur
Econometrics of qualitative variables L. Nesta
Big data and machine learning E. Guerci
Network analysis M. Chessa
D. Torre
Series temporelles et prévisions T. Jobert
A. Tykhonenko
Économie stratégique C. Laffineur
Réglementation et marché P. Bougette
Master 2
Intitulé de la matière Nom(s) de(s) intervenant(s)
Évaluation de l'impact d'évènement C. Chier
Gestion et méthodologie de projet C. Chier
N. Vegezzi (ATOS)
La production de données par enquêtes F. Nicolou
Économétrie Panel 2 C. Laffineur
A. Tykhonenko
Méthodes statistiques de l'évaluation E. Salies (OFCE)
Stockage et protection des données M. Chessa
Analyse coût bénéfice (concept et pratique) O. Beaumais (Université Rouen)
T. Blayac (Université Montpellier)
Politiques environnementales C. Charlier
Financement de l'innovation S. Pommet
Microeconometrics of imperfect market L. Nesta
Spatial econometrics and innovation M. Baudino
Cadres théoriques pour l'expertise internationale F. Bellone
Macro-Économie Internationale appliquée J. P. Allegret
Nouveaux outils pour les diagnostics de compétitivité C. Joyez

  • Master 1 : optional from 1 to 4 months
  • Master 2 : mandatory from 4 to 6 months

School and work experience alternating

All of the lessons are evaluated on a continuous basis through individual or group projects to be carried out as part of each course. Scoring takes into account the quality of the work and the student's ability to present their results orally.

Consult the educational regimes
Consult the MCC (Modalités de Contrôle des Connaissances).

What's next ?

Year of highschool graduation

Undergraduate level

Level of education obtained after completion

Graduate level

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Target activities / attested skills

Holders of the diploma will be able to:
- Collect or produce data
- Process and analyze information
- Write and present a study showing the relevance of the information collected.
- Evaluation of public policies
- Assessment of the impact of innovation
- Management of environmental constraints
- International economic expertise

Business sector or job

In general, training opportunities allow access to professions within local authorities, consulting firms, companies or even polling institutes.

Graduates may consider the following jobs:
  • Socio-economic study officers
  • Statistical studies officer
  • Socio-economic analysis manager
  • Business economist, watch engineer
  • Competitive intelligence engineer
  • Economic mission manager
According to the APEC (Association Pour l'Emploi des Cadres), there were 2,323 job vacancies in 2015 for this type of profession (up to 25% compared to 2014), of which 39% of these vacancies were open to young graduates.

Code(s) ROME : 

  • M1403 - Études et prospectives socio-économiques
  • C1302 - Gestion back et middle-office marchés financiers
  • K2401 - Recherche en sciences de l''homme et de la société
  • C1202 - Analyse de crédits et risques bancaires
  • C1205 - Conseil en gestion de patrimoine financier

According to the APEC (Association Pour l'Emploi des Cadres), there were 2,323 job vacancies in 2015 for this type of profession (up to 25% compared to 2014), of which 39% of these vacancies were open to young graduates.