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NQF credits: 30

Fifth year status‚ second semester‚ two double lectures and one double tut per week.

Course co–ordinator: A Professor I Woolard

Entrance requirements: ECO5020F Advanced Microeconomics or ECO6007F Microeconomics II plus ECO5046F Advanced Econometrics or equivalent or at the discretion of the Head of Department.

Course outline:

The syllabus is divided into three inter–related topics. The first section deals with what we call empowerment and efficiency; the second with the analysis of social networks; and the third with the econometrics of randomised evaluations.

DP requirements: None.

Assessment: Assignments‚ tests and examination count for 100%.    

Last updated : 18 Jun 2014

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