This unit serves as the capstone unit for the Economics specialisation. While economics is strongly influenced by theory, it is ultimately an applied field. It encourages students to bring together their knowledge in economics and methodological skills to analyse a real-world economic problem with implications for business. The unit involves the completion and presentation of a professional report with an emphasis on students acquiring skills to identify an economic problem; undertake some economic analysis and communicate the results.
|18 credit points towards the Economics specialisation including (ECON5040 and ECON5002)|
|6 credit points towards the Economics specialisation|
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