International and Development Economics
The IDE Program is a one-year Master's program intended to help students build the necessary toolkit for embracing obstacles in their future careers.
The global economic environment has become increasingly complex and poses a myriad of new challenges for policy and data analysts and professionals in all fields.
The ability to respond to rapid changes in this environment requires that leaders have a detailed understanding of the economic forces that affect economic outcomes. Careful economic policy analysis requires practitioners who can make use of the most current theoretical academic literature, as well as do empirical and econometric analysis using the latest approaches and methods.
Applications for Fall 2023 admissions are now closed. Applications for Fall 2024 entry will open in mid-August 2023. Visit the GSAS Application site for more information!
The IDE program at Yale University, housed within the Economic Growth Center (EGC) and the Department of Economics, is a one-year Masters program intended to help students build the necessary toolkit for embracing such obstacles in their future careers, whether as career practitioners and economic analysts or to follow a path through the policy analysis field on their way to subsequent Ph.D. work.
This site is to inform prospective students of the program, the university and life in New Haven. We encourage prospective students to also visit the website of the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) for more information on the application procedure, policies, living in New Haven and other Yale facilities that are all open to IDE Students.
Additionally, this site will provide current students with access to all information they need on a daily basis and the rich alumni network. In the last 65 years, graduates have followed careers in all sectors of work. We encourage current students to reach out to alumni and benefit from their advice.