Your Career: Economic Policy

The Fletcher School offers a rigorous, yet flexible curriculum to let you tailor your graduate education to the international career of your choice. The following Fletcher courses can help you launch or advance a career in economic policy.

Explore Courses in Economic Policy

Actors in Global Governance

Advanced Seminar on International Trade and Investment

Analytic Frameworks for Public Policy Decisions

Clean Energy Technologies and Policy

Corporate Governance in International Business and Finance

Corporate Finance and Banking: A Comparative Asian Perspective

Decision Making and Public Policy

Development Economics

Empirical Topics in Globalization

Global Financial Services

The Global Food Business

Global Political Economy

International Business Strategy and Operations

International Economic Policy Analysis

International Finance

International Financial and Fiscal Law

International Investment Law

International Intellectual Property Law and Policy

International Trade and Investment

Introduction to Economic Theory

Law and Development

Legal and Institutional Aspects of International Trade


Macroeconomic Problems of Middle Income Countries: Focus on Latin America


Petroleum in the Global Economy

Political Economy and Business Context of Latin America

Political Economy and Business Context of China

The Political Economy of Development

The Political Economy of Reform, Growth, and Equity

Processes of International Negotiation

Quantitative Methods Module

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Stevie Hamilton, Fletcher School alumni, Center for Counterterrorism Strategic Communications

Stevie Hamilton


Plans and Operations Officer, U.S. State Department

“Every place I went in the military, on active duty or as a reservist, I’ve always met two or three Fletcher alumni, whether they were working in the U.S. embassy, or they were in the foreign ministry where I was, or they were working in NGOs, that network has made me more valuable to my organization, to whatever mission I was accomplishing more than anything else.” Read more