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M.Phil. Degree (one-year course): Examinations in Economics, Economics with Development, Economics with Econometrics, and Economics with Finance, 2001: Notice

The Faculty Board of Economics and Politics and the Degree Committee for the Faculty of Economics and Politics give notice, with the approval of the Board of Graduate Studies and the General Board, that in the academical year 2000-01 the subjects for examination will be as listed below. The methods of examination will be as follows:

Subject 100 Three-hour written paper, plus two-hour written mid-course paper (not compulsory, but can count for 25 per cent of the total mark)
Subject 110 Three-hour written paper
Subject 200 Three-hour written paper, plus two-hour written mid-course paper (not compulsory, but can count for 25 per cent of the total mark)
Subject 210 Two-hour written paper and one 2,000-word essay
Subject 300 Three-hour written paper and a project, plus two-hour written mid-course paper (not compulsory, but can count for 25 per cent of the paper mark)
Subject 320 Three-hour written paper
Subject 330 Three-hour written paper
Subject 400 Two 2,000-word essays
Subject 403 Three-hour written paper
Subject 410 Two 2,000-word essays
Subject 420 Withdrawn for 2000-01
Subject 500 Two 2,000-word essays
Subject 501 Withdrawn for 2000-01
Subject 520 Two 2,000-word essays
Subject 530 Withdrawn for 2000-01
Subject 610 One 4,000-word essay
Subject 650 Two 2,000-word essays
Subject 660 Either two 2,000-word essays or one 4,000-word essay
Subject 710 Two-hour written paper and one 2,000-word essay
Subject 720 Two 2,000-word essays
Subject 740 One 4,000-word essay

Examination in Economics

Group 1 (compulsory subjects)
Subject 100 Microeconomics
Subject 200 Macroeconomics
Subject 300 Econometrics
Group 2 (optional subjects)
Subject 110 Advanced course in economic theory
Subject 210 Topics in advanced macroeconometrics
Subject 320 Advanced econometrics I
Subject 330 Advanced econometrics II
Subject 403 Theory of finance
Subject 410 Topics in industrial/financial economics
Subject 500 Development economics
Subject 520 Financial organization and economic growth
Subject 610 British industrialization
Subject 650 Philosophical issues in economics
Subject 660 Methodology of economics
Subject 710 Public economics
Subject 720 The economics of institutions
Subject 740 Labour

Examination in Economics with Development

Group 1 (compulsory subjects)
Subject 100 Microeconomics
Subject 200 Macroeconomics
Subject 300 Econometrics
Group 2 (specialist subjects)
Subject 500 Development economics
Subject 520 Financial organization and economic growth
Subject 610 British industrialization
Subject 710 Public economics
Subject 720 The economics of institutions

Examination in Economics with Econometrics

Group 1 (compulsory subjects)
Subject 100 Microeconomics
Subject 200 Macroeconomics
Subject 300 Econometrics
Group 2 (specialist subjects)
Subject 320 Advanced econometrics I
Subject 330 Advanced econometrics II

Examination in Economics with Finance

Group 1 (compulsory subjects)
Subject 100 Microeconomics
Subject 200 Macroeconomics
Subject 300 Econometrics
Group 2 (specialist subjects)
Subject 403 Theory of finance
Subject 210 Topics in advanced macroeconomics
Subject 400 Regulation of financial accounting
Subject 410 Topics in industrial/financial economics
Subject 520 Financial organization and economic growth

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Cambridge University Reporter, 26 July 2000
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