This unit is offered as a capstone for the Master of Political Economy, as an alternative to the two dissertation units (ECOP6121 and ECOP6122). You are provided with the opportunity to conduct a supervised research project of your own design, drawing on the theoretical perspectives to which you have been introduced to through other Master of Political Economy units, and to explore issues previously encountered in greater depth. You will complete a 4,500 word political economy analysis, and the opportunity to present and gain feedback on your progress during the semester.
|Academic unit||Political Economy|
|24 Credit Points|
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