BSc in Economics with Economic History 

For all first, second and third year students in 2015-16

Paper

Course number and title

See note

LSE100

The LSE Course: Understanding the causes of things

Year 1

1

EC100

Economics A or

 

EC102

Economics B §

2

EH101

The Internationalisation of Economic Growth, 1870 to the Present Day

3

MA100

Mathematical Methods

4

ST102

Elementary Statistical Theory

Year 2

5

Either EC201 Microeconomic Principles I or EC202 Microeconomic Principles II

6

EC210

Macroeconomic Principles

7

EH237

Theories and Evidence in Economic History

8

One from:

 

EH204

Money and Finance: From the Middle Ages to Modernity

 

EH205

Towns, Society and Economy in England and Europe, 1450-1750 (n/a 15/16)

 

EH207

The Making of an Economic Superpower: China since 1850

 

EH225

Latin America and the International Economy (n/a 15/16)

 

EH238

The Industrial Revolution 

EH240

Business and  Economic Performance since 1945: Britain in International Context

Year 3

9 & 10

Two from:

 

Either EC220 Introduction to Econometrics or EC221 Principles of Econometrics

 

EC301

Advanced Economic Analysis 

EC302

Political Economy

EC303

Economic Policy Analysis

EC307

Development Economics

EC310

Behavioural Economics

EC311

History of Economics: How Theories Change

EC313

Industrial Economics

EC315

International Economics

EC321

Monetary Economics

EC325

Public Economics

11

One from:

 

EH301

The Origins of the World Economy, 1450-1750 (n/a 15/16)

EH304

The Economic History of North America: From Colonial Times to the Cold War

EH308

Historical Economic Geography: Cities, Markets and Regions in the 19th and 20th Centuries

EH325

Issues of Modern Japanese Economic Development: Late Industrialisation, Imperialism and High Speed Growth

EH326

Innovation and its Finance in the 19th and 20th Centuries

12

Either An approved paper taught outside the Departments of Economics and Economic History
or
EH390 Dissertation in Economic or Social History

Notes

§ Course allocation dependant on Economics A-level or equivalent background. See course guides for further information.

 

LSE100 is taken by all students in the Lent Term of Year 1 and the Michaelmas Term of Year 2. The course is compulsory but does not affect the final degree classification.