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How long you will study
Domestic course fees
EUR 12000 per year
How you will study
International course fees
EUR 15200 per year
Organisations differ strongly in productivity. This programme allows you to have a positive impact at work, by learning how market structure and organisational policies affect organisational performance. These crucial insights and skills will help you to deal with current and future challenges that organisations face.
This specialisation uses the latest research insights and techniques. It teaches you to determine how organisational policies, such as recruitment, rewards, job design, decision-making procedures, and leadership drive human behaviour at work and, by extension, organisational performance. Furthermore, you learn how market structure and organisational strategy interact in determining key economic outcomes, such as innovation, productivity, and growth. With the skills and tools to perform theoretical and empirical analysis, you are able to recognise core drivers for challenges that organisations face, and provide, present, and evaluate solutions to these challenges. Not only those of today, but also those 20 years from now.
Study the Economics of Markets and Organisation programme at Erasmus School of Economics for:
Is this the right choice for you?
Are you dedicated, analytical, and interested in a challenging microeconomic programme? Do you want to understand why some firms succeed where others fail? Do you aim for a career in consulting or management? Then this programme was designed for you.
The following traits will stand you in good stead to be successful:
Why study Economics of Markets and Organisations in Rotterdam?
This programme is ideal when you seek to gain insight into what drives human behaviour at work and how market structure and organisational strategy affect organisational policies and performance. Erasmus School of Economics is unique in harbouring a large group of active researchers specialising in organisational economics that are dedicated to combining excellent research with lecturing skills that inspire and enthuse. This makes the Erasmus School of Economics the place to be in Europe for studying a programme in this field.
For information about entry requirements, please see the Admission Requirements page.
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