Students develop an advanced understanding of the economic forces resulting from government intervention and become familiar with their associated impact. They master advanced econometric tools to both comprehend and dissect research that can be useful later in their careers.
The specialization in International Economic Policy Analysis prepares students to work in a diverse range of global economic policy institutions, including central banks, government finance ministries, trade policy institutions, financial regulatory agencies, macroeconomic think tanks, and international lending institutions.
We recommend that every student in this specialization writes a paper, particularly with a focus in empirical analysis of trade policy, or a Master’s Thesis. Students must complete 20 credits in fulfillment of the requirements listed below to earn this specialization. If you have any questions about scheduling, contact your academic advisor.
An option for MA and MBA students.
Careers in International Economic Policy & Analysis
Explore careers in international economic policy and analysis, companies recruiting Brandeis IBS students, and profiles of our alumni working in organizations like the African Development Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank.
Learn more about the requirements for earning a specialization in international economic policy & analysis, including foundational courses and electives.
MA Sample Course Plan
Review a sample plan for MA students to help get a sense of what your course schedule would be like if you decide to specialize in international economic policy and analysis.