International Economics MA

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  • Objectives
    Optional modules allow you to specialise in issues relating to theories of international trade and finance; the structure of supra-national institutions; the global environmental; and/or the impact of transnational enterprises. You will also develop your ability to write as an economist expert in international issues and, in doing so, further deepen you knowledge and understanding of your chosen specialisms.
  • Entry requirements
    If you are interested in developing your knowledge of economic analysis and its applications, and would also like the opportunity to focus on international economics, this course is ideal.
  • Academic title
    International Economics MA
  • Course description
    What will you study?
    You will develop your knowledge of international economics by taking specialist option modules related to your specific interests. Some core modules will provide you with an in-depth understanding of macro- and microeconomics and applied econometrics. Others will improve your research and writing skills whilst further developing your specialisms. Finally, you will work individually with a member of staff to choose a topic for your dissertation, research this topic and write up your conclusions.

    Course structure
    Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.

    Core modules
    -Microeconomic Analysis
    -Macroeconomic Analysis
    -Research Skills and Methods in Economics
    -Writing Economic Reports
    -Literature Review

    Option modules
    -International Trade and Finance
    -Global Governance
    -Global Environmental Issues
    -Economics of Transnational Enterprises

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