Business Economics


Level 1

Economics 1A
Economics 1B
Introductory Economics

Level 2

Economics 2A
Economics 2B

Years 3 and 4: Honours

Advanced Macroeconomics
Alternative Perspectives on Topics in Economics
Behavioural Economics: Theory and Applications
Central Bank Models
Collective Welfare and Distributive Justice
Contemporary Issues in Inequality
Current Economic and Policy Challenges
Econometrics 1: Basic Statistics and Simple Linear Regression 
Econometrics 2: Multiple Regression and Applications 
Economic Growth, Finance and Development
Economics of Banking
Economics of Business 1: Contracts and Governance
Economics of Business 2: Regulation and Business Strategy
The Economics of Housing 
Economics of Industry 1: Basic Theories of Market Structures
Economics of Industry 2: Advanced Topics
Economics of Information
Economics of Poverty
The Economics of Team Sport 
Environmental Economics
Financial Crises
Financial Markets and Asset Pricing
Financial Markets and Corporate Finance
Financial Market Microstructure
Foreign Direct Investment and Multinational Firms in Developing Countries
Game Theory for Economists
Government Debt and the Macroeconomy
Health Economics
History of Economic Thought
International Finance
International Trade 
Labour Economics
Macroeconomic Analysis: Inflation, Unemployment and Growth
Market Failures and Mechanism Design
Mathematics for Economists
Microeconomic Analysis: General Equilibrium, Public Decision and Information
Natural Resource Economics 
Public Economics

Economic and Social History Courses for Single Honours Students

The following course is available to students on a Single Honours Economics or Business Economics plan as an outside option even if they have not previously studied Economic and Social History.  Students should be aware though that this course is worth 20 credits.

European Political Integration 1945-1992 

Year 3: non-Honours

These courses are available to students who are completing an MA (Social Sciences) Ordinary Degree, for which 60 credits of level 3 courses are required.

Economics 3: Contemporary Topics in Economics
Economics 3:  Economic Policies and Growth

Service courses

This course is available only to students studying engineering degrees.

Microeconomics E1