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Hi all

Question for all those who are in the know. Is LSE good for Econometrics, Macro or Micro or something else (Labour Econ/Industrial Econ, etc)? I know they are really good overall but I read a lot of posts online where Cambridge was the uni for Econometrics, UCL Micro whereas Warwick was more for students passionate about Macroeconomics.

Anyone care to shed any lights on this? Thanks.
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