Msc Local Economic Development at LSE vs Msc International Politcal Economy at King'

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Hi everyone!
I've been admitted at Msc Local Economic Development at LSE and Msc International Politcal Economy at King's.
I assume LSE has higher reputation/courses quality, but I still wonder if IPE at King's wouldn't be more accurate regarding my professional goals: I'd like to work for UN or agencies, but my true dream would be to join the OECD in Paris.
Do you think IPE at King's is more relevant considering OECD global scope and pure economics? Or "LSE" name is more valuable in any cases (I'm afraid "local" economic development may be too narrowed for organisation such as OECD)?
Thanks a million for your answers!
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Go for the Kings course.

LSE does too many narrow courses.
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