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Business Economics track

This track designed for students undertaking research with a strong economics component and draws upon PhD-level courses taught by the LSE's Department of Economics| and Department of Finance|

The track differs from the PhD in Economics by nature of its greater emphasis on business fields and its focus on the use of economic theory and analysis in the study of management problems.

Track structure

Year one

Training: Compulsory examined courses

Students who have already taken MG411 should discuss alternatives with the Programme Director.

One of the below:

Transferable skills: Optional non-examined courses

  • Attendance and participation at Research Seminars held across the Department.
Year two

Transferable skills: Optional non-examined courses

  • Attendance and participation at Research Seminars held across the Department.
Year three

Transferable skills: Optional non-examined courses

  • Attendance and participation at Research Seminars held across the Department.
Year four

Transferable skills: Optional non-examined courses

  • Attendance and participation at Research Seminars held across the Department.
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