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14 NQF credits at HEQSF level 8

Course entry requirements: ECO4006F, ECO4007F and ECO4016F for Economic Honours students. PPE (and other) students who do not have to complete the core as part of their degree requirements may be granted permission to register for this elective at the discretion of the Head of Department.

Course outline:

This course is designed to help students appreciate the relationship between the economy and its financial markets so that they may better understand how the economy works, how financial markets behave and how they work and interact with each other. The programme is aimed at developing a feel for the rationality of ‘the market’ and the often discordant sounds and rhythms of financial markets. We hope to develop a stronger sense of how the financial market and influence economic policy. We will interact with the data on the economy and the markets using Eviews with which students should be familiar. We will use regression analysis and other econometric techniques to build and models of the economy and the financial markets. As will be expected to become more perceptive analysts of published financial data and economic events and of the role played by financial markets in promoting economic development.

Lecture times: Friday: 14h00 – 17h45

DP requirements: None.

Assessment: Coursework 50%; examination 50%.

Last updated : 18 Apr 2018





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