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    I'm thinking of doing Economics at university because I really like the theory behind it as well as its incorporation of both qualitative and quantitative methods.

    However, I don't like politics at all. Would this be a problem for me in choosing Economics at university and pursuing an economics related degree such as economic consultancy etc?
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    (Original post by Darkesio)
    I'm thinking of doing Economics at university because I really like the theory behind it as well as its incorporation of both qualitative and quantitative methods.

    However, I don't like politics at all. Would this be a problem for me in choosing Economics at university and pursuing an economics related degree such as economic consultancy etc?
    In general, no it wont be an issue. At its core there's no politics involved in the teaching of Economics, just lots of maths and economic concepts. You may come across political ideologies but they will always relate back to economics
 
 
 
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