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    Hi everyone, basically I need to hear your opinions on these two courses -

    1. GY300
    Theories of Regional Development and Change
    Taught by Dr Simona Iammarino
    What's the gist of this course and does it relate geography and economics in a meaningful way?

    2. EC310
    Behavioural Economics
    Taught by Dr Erik Eyster and Dr Matthew Levy.
    EC310 is a new course for 2012/13 so not sure if anyone can provide any useful info on the lecturers or the course in general.

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    Thanks in advance!

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