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In Economics (Dual honours) you will study the general principles that explain the optimizing behaviour of firms, individuals and governments, with a wide range of applications to the market and to government policy

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Advanced Topics in Microeconomics ECO-30047 Module
Applied Financial Analysis ECO-30045 Module
Banking (Level 2) ECO-20045 Module
British and Global Economy ECO-10025 Module
Contemporary Issues In Economics ECO-20040 Module
Dynamic Macroeconomics ECO-30033 Module
Economic and Business Forecasting - ISP ECO-30043 Module
Finance 2 ECO-20051 Module
Finance I ECO-20007 Module
Industrial Organisation ECO-30046 Module
Intermediate Microeconomics ECO-20046 Module
International Finance ECO-30037 Module
Introduction to Econometrics ECO-20042 Module
Introductory Macroeconomics ECO-10029 Module
Introductory Microeconomics ECO-10028 Module
Investment Management ECO-30053 Module
Labour Economics ECO-30032 Module
Open Economy Macroeconomics ECO-20037 Module
Quantitative Methods I ECO-10026 Module
Quantitative Methods II ECO-10027 Module
Risk Management with Derivatives ECO-30048 Module
Statistics with Bloomberg ECO-20049 Module

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