Master Philosophy and Economics

What do economic models do, and to which extent do they help or mislead us in our understanding of economic reality and our framing of economic policy? How can we make decisions when we know too little about possible consequences, or our future values? Is economic inequality really increasing and, if so, is this unjust and a cause for concern?

This interdisciplinary two-year master's programme in Philosophy and Economics enables you to answer these pressing questions and to better understand, and ultimately shape the economy and our lives.

Programme Structure

The MA in Philosophy and Economics features dedicated interdisciplinary classes from day one, throughout the whole programme.


All relevant information for the admission process to the master's programme in Philosophy and Economics for this year can be found here.