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Firstly, looking at Warwick uni module guide there doesn't seem any reference to macroeconomic or microeconomics. It seems to be based on ideas of political theory, such as Capitalism and Marxism. Therefore, is there actually any quantitative work within the degree. This is in contrast with Manchester who offers macroeconomic or microeconomics analysis and theory mods. However, I have heard that Warwick is praised as an outstanding university for this subject.
Secondly, what does the master degree entail? as the mod break downs just seem like they politics mods.
Thirdly, how much economics is there in the course and what skills have you guys learnt from taking it?
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