Economics

Economics

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The Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge is one of the longest standing as well as being one of the leading economics faculties in Europe. The Faculty has a global reputation for outstanding academic achievement and world-class original research.

With active research groups focusing on econometrics, macroeconomics, microeconomic theory, empirical microeconomics, economic history and alternative approaches to economics, the Faculty of Economics is also home to the Marshall Library.

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Opportunities in 'Economics'

Marshall Library of Economics
The Marshall Library's main purpose is to support teaching and research in both the Faculty of Economics and in the Centre of Development Studies.

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