Honours Programmes in Economics (2019)

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General economics (credits in parentheses)

Compulsory modules

Research Assignment (30)

Macroeconomics (12)

Microeconomics (12)

Mathematical Methods for Economics (14) [preceded by a 3 week intensive mathematics course]

Introductory Econometrics (12)

Electives (At least 4 electives must be taken. Not all these modules are necessarily available every year.)

Advanced Time Series Econometrics* (20) or Advanced Cross-section Econometrics* (20)

Development Economics (10)

Economic History (10)

Economics of Education I (10)

Economics of Technological Change (10)

Environmental Economics (10)

Financial Economics (10)

Health Economics (10)

Industrial Organisation (10)

Institutional Economics (10)

International Finance (10)

International Trade Theory and Policy (10)

Labour Economics (10)

Monetary Economics (10)

Public Economics (10)

 

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Last week was relatively quiet on the domestic data front. Mining and manufacturing output were mixed, but both sectors are set to recover in 2019Q2 after a poor first quarter. This should ensure a much improved GDP print in Q2. Internationally, trade numbers in China are showing the effects of the trade dispute with the US, while economic growth in...

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