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Examination in Development Studies for the M.Phil. Degree (one-year course), 2001: Amendments

The Development Studies Committee give notice that the following subject for examination has been withdrawn from the list of Group 2 (optional) subjects for the examination in Development Studies for the M.Phil. Degree (one-year course) in 2001, published on 12 July 2000 (Reporter, 1999-2000, p. 931). The Committee are satisfied that no candidate's preparation for the examination is adversely affected by this change.

19:   Development and the global environment (Paper 1 from the examination in Environment and Development)

The Committee also give notice that the following subjects for examination have been added to the list of Group 2 (optional) subjects, published on 12 July 2000 (Reporter, 1999-2000, p. 931):

25:   The sociology and politics of population

26:   Microeconomics (Subject 100 from the examination in Economics)

27:   Econometrics (Subject 300 from the examination in Economics)

28:   Anthropology and history: comparative perspectives (Paper 2 from the examination in Latin-American Studies)

The Committee give notice that in the examination to be held in 2001 these subjects will be examined as follows:

Subjects 25 and 28 will be examined by means of two 5,000-word essays.

Subject 26 will be examined by means of a three-hour written paper and a two-hour written paper mid-course (not compulsory but can count for 25 per cent of the total mark).

Subject 27 will be examined by means of a three-hour written paper, a project, a computer exercise, and a two-hour written paper mid-course (not compulsory but can count for 25 per cent of the paper mark).

Correction

The Committee give notice that Subject 10: Quantitative methods in economics and finance, is Subject 301 from the examination in Finance, not Subject 500, as published on 12 July 2000 (Reporter, 1999-2000, p. 931).


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Cambridge University Reporter, 15 November 2000
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