EconomicsCity University London
Price on request
- Foundation degree
- Islington (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Students can study both full and part-taught programmes; full-time students will be expected to take three taught modules in their first year, in at least two of Advanced Macroeconomics, Advanced Microeconomics, and Econometrics, with a possible choice of one module from the Cass Business School MRes programme. Progression to the second year will be conditional on passing these modules. Part-time students will be expected to pass these three modules during their first two year.Research Areas
The current research interests of our staff can be found on our staff profile pages.
You can also find a list of our current research students and their projects.Outline syllabi for taught PhD modulesEconometrics
- Stationary Time-Series Models and Models with Trend
- Multivariate Time Series Models; VAR, Cointegration
- Structural VARs
- Bayesian Econometrics and DSGE Estimation.
- Parameter and Model Uncertainty: Competing Monetary Models
- Macroeconomics and Medium Run
- The classical economic growth problem: phase diagrams, comparative dynamics
- Open and closed economy representative agent models with money in the utility function, the maximum principle
- Brock's representative agent model: optimality in intertemporal optimization problems
- The overlapping generations model of fiat money: exchange rate indeterminacy
- Dynamic programming, Markov equilibria
- Individual Decision Making and General Equilibrium; Demand, Production, Choice under Uncertainty
- Equilibrium and its Basic Welfare Properties
- Game Theory.
- Full-time EU: £4,500 per year
- Part-time EU: £2,250 per year
- Full-time Non EU: £12,000 per year
- Part-time Non EU: £6,000 per year
Fees for doctoral candidates are charged annually and cover registration, supervision and examination. Fees are subject to review each year and may vary during your period of registration.
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