Masters in economic history at Oxford, Cambridge, or LSE?Watch
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LSEs Economic History department is separate from the History department and has close ties to the Economics department, and is somewhat unique in offering more scope for quantitative research using modern economic/metric methods.
Economic History is essentially a purely academic degree. If you're not doing it as a prelude to a PhD, you should probably re-assess whether it's worth doing at all. In terms of PhDs, LSE and Oxbridge are interchangeable in general for social science research, and for Economic History in particular there's a good argument as above that LSE is better. So no, Oxbridge is not "Oxbridge" in this realm.
If your undergraduate course was in Economics or Economic History, LSE will probably be more appropriate. If your background is in History the nature of the courses at Oxbridge may suit more.