I am an economics graduate and I am a bit confused in choosing the kind of masters that would be most suitable to be.
Basically, I don't want a pure economics-masters, as I don't see myself working in macroeconomic research. I am very much motivated by being involed in projects and so I would like something more pratical and oriented to the business world.
At the same time, I am very analytical and I like the scientific approach of economics more than the technical approach of business. My most preferred areas are microeconomics, statistics, information management and their links to business-strategy. Business administration masters like marketing or strategy seem a little too subjective and far less analytical than I would like.
So my challenge is to decide which course combines an economic/analytical background to a practical, business-oriented output. I thought market research would be something that could fit these standards, but I would like your opinion on what other areas I should start investigating.
Thanks in advance,
Combining Economics with Business Administration Watch
- Thread Starter
- 15-05-2013 18:26