Economics explores the full spectrum of issues that impact on financial situations and decisions. From production to consumption, economics looks at how the world's resources are used by and distributed among individuals and organisations. This involves studying areas of politics, sociology, law, psychology, geography and history, at local and global levels. The two major veins of economics are microeconomics and macroeconomics.
Development economics studies economics in developing nations, development economics uses economic theory to look at ways of promoting economic growth, increasing employment, understanding inequalities and improving wealth distribution.
organisational behaviour focuses on how individuals behave within an organisation, and how workplace behaviour can be influenced, with the aim of contributing to the development of principles of effective communication, problem-solving and decision-making.
Labour economics exposes students to analysing both micro- and macro- level factors to understand the behaviour of labour markets and develop solutions to challenges that may include high unemployment or skills supply shortage.
Science economics focuses on the interaction between scientific and technological sectors with the economy. Students will be exposed to science education and research for both economies and individuals.
Information economics focuses on information asymmetry in mutual agreement situations between two economic agents; one agent invariably has more information about a characteristic that is relevant to the agreement than the other.
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