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I was surprised to find that the option to study Econometrics independent of Economics was not a option. Does any institution offer Econometrics as a PHD subject? Any feedback would be much appreciated
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Probably because a PhD on an econometrics topic would typically be mathematical enough to actually just be based in the mathematics (or if it exists separately, statistics) department. The "subject" of a PhD is just a sort of vague indication of what department you're doing it in normally; realistically your PhD "subject" is whatever the title of your thesis/project is.
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Probably because a PhD on an econometrics topic would typically be mathematical enough to actually just be based in the mathematics (or if it exists separately, statistics) department. The "subject" of a PhD is just a sort of vague indication of what department you're doing it in normally; realistically your PhD "subject" is whatever the title of your thesis/project is.
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