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Estefania's research focuses on the study of institutions. In particular, she studies the interaction between language, culture and economics and implications for business, multinational companies and the labor market. She also studies the institutional determinants of multinationals organizations and technology transfers from a contemporaneous and historical perspective. Her research has been published in the Journal of Development Economics, the Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, the Journal of International Business Studies, Economic Letters, among others. She has been Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley (USA), Universita di Siena (Italy) and The University of Oklahoma (USA). She has taught Intermediate Macroeconomics at UC Berkeley during summer of 2011 and summer 2012 and teaches Advanced Macroeconomic Theory and and Macroeconomic Theory at ESSEC Business school (undergraduate, graduate and executive levels).
Development and Macroeconomic 
Theory at ESSEC Business school (undergraduate, graduate and executive levels).

The objectives of this course are to enhance participant’s ability to understand business’ macroeconomic environment, to read economic news and reports in an informed way, and to understand the main challenges of the international economy.

Course participants will benefit from achieving the following goals:


• Understanding the fundamentals of macroeconomic analysis


• Assess the consequences of fiscal, monetary and exchange rate policies in terms of prices, wages, interest rate and exchange rate


• Assess the macroeconomic environment and institutional framework in developed and emerging markets


• Understand the benefits and challenges of the integration of national economies in the world economy

SKILLS:

- Management

Business Strategy

- Project Management

Statistics

- Data Analysis



DATE: 8 Jan - 26 Jan, 2018

DURATION: 3 Weeks

LECTURES: 3 Hours per day

LANGUAGE: English

LOCATION: Barcelona, Harbour.Space Campus

COURSE TYPE: Offline

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MACROECONOMICS

In a world of increasing economic interdependencies, understanding the macro-economy of developed and emerging markets is of the utmost importance to global businesses and organisations. To this end, this course introduces students to current macroeconomic issues (such as global imbalances, austerity versus growth debate…) and the role of fiscal policy, monetary policy and exchange rate policies in our economies.

To achieve the learning goals described above, the teaching approach will be to complement the economic analysis with economic data, news and reports. The course material will be based on a mix of articles, book chapters and lecture notes.

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HARBOUR.SPACE UNIVERSITY

DATE: 8 Jan – 26 Jan, 2018

DURATION:  3 Weeks

LECTURES: 3 Hours per day

LANGUAGE: English

LOCATION: Barcelona, Harbour.Space Campus

COURSE TYPE: Offline

MACRO

ECONOMICS

Session 2

Global imbalances: Imbalances within the EU and the EURO crisis

Session 3

Fiscal policy

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Global imbalances

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Session 4

Fiscal policy: Measuring the impact of stimulus and austerity

In a world of increasing
economic interdependencies,
understanding the macro-economy of developed and emerging markets is of the utmost importance to global businesses and organisations. To this end, this course introduces students to current macroeconomic issues (such as global imbalances, austerity versus growth debate…) and the role of fiscal policy, monetary policy and exchange rate policies in our economies.

To achieve the learning goals described above, the teaching approach will be to complement the economic analysis with economic data, news and reports. The course material will be based on a mix of articles, book chapters and lecture notes.

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