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Economics

The Department of Economics has earned an excellent reputation for providing rigorous training and equipping students with practical skills required to apply their knowledge of economics. Our economics options focus on real-world problems, and the rigorous application of economic theory to their solution.

The particular advantage of studying economics at City is the wide variety of applied subjects available, all of which reflect the strong research and consultancy interests of the faculty.

Below are some of the courses that are expected to run in 2017/18:

Fall/Autumn

Spring

EC1003 Topics in Applied MircoeconomicsEC1004 Topics in Applied Macroeconomics
EC1008 Introduction to MicroeconomicsEC1009 Introduction to Macroeconomics
EC1010 Data Analysis 1EC1011 Data Analysis 2
EC1012 Introduction to LawEC2009 International Trade
EC2013 Intermediate Microeconomics 1EC2014 Intermediate Microeconomics 2
EC2015 Intermediate Macroeconomics 1EC2016 Intermediate Macroeconomics 2
EC2017 Introductory EconometricsEC2018 Intermediate Mathematical Methods
EC2019 Global Financial MarketsEC2021 Intermediate Econometrics
EC2020 Public EconomicsEC3010 Corporate Finance
EC3012 International FinanceEC3011 Introduction to Financial Derivatives
EC3013 Financial EconomicsEC3014 Monetary Economics
EC3017 Applied EconometricsEC3019 Labour Economics
EC3022 Industrial OrganisationEC3025 Company Law
EC3023 History of Economic ThoughtEC3026 Economics of European Integration
EC3028 Money and BankingEC3027 Advanced Quantitative Economics

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