University of Queensland
In the Master of Development Economics you’ll learn how to address one of the most critical problems facing humanity: how can we create thriving, sustainable economies to overcome poverty and inequality?
This program is designed for applicants who have a bachelor’s degree in economics, business, or commerce; or who have some university-level background in economics. See Program Details for information about admission requirements.Expand your knowledge of economics to the developing world, and cultivate specialist skills in economic modelling and statistical techniques, as well as knowledge of the forces that affect developing economies.Develop key quantitative skills in econometrics, cost/benefit analysis, and operations research. To balance out the quantitative emphasis of your studies, a wide range of elective courses is also available.Study at one of the largest, most influential and most prestigious schools for economics in Australia. The school is home to more than 70 staff, including experts in energy and climate change, productivity and efficiency analysis, and development economics.
|Institution Name||University of Queensland|
|Campus Location||St Lucia|
|Course Duration||1.5 Years full-time|
|Course University||University of Queensland|
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