Economics at LSE OR Cambridge? Which is the best?

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Cambrdige vs LSE
http://www.lse.ac.uk/lsehistory/lse_..._cambridge.htm
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Cambrdige vs LSE
http://www.lse.ac.uk/lsehistory/lse_..._cambridge.htm
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LSE. Easily.
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LSE. Easily.
yes it seems like it but then again Cambridge has had Keyns and Marshalls and Robinsons...many many great economists....but personally i prefer LSE's course (more flexible) but don't like to live in London...
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LSE. Easily.

The answer to this is well known in academic circles. For prestige anyway, Cambridge for undergraduate Econ., and LSE for it's graduate faculty in Econ (MSc/PhD). Although both are excellent either for under/postgrad study, needless to say.
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The answer to this is well known in academic circles. For prestige anyway, Cambridge for undergraduate Econ., and LSE for it's graduate faculty in Econ (MSc/PhD). Although both are excellent either for under/postgrad study, needless to say.
yes LSE's more concern about research and and cambridge is more into quality of teaching.
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yes it seems like it but then again Cambridge has had Keyns and Marshalls and Robinsons...many many great economists....but personally i prefer LSE's course (more flexible) but don't like to live in London...
Cambridge bloods most of the top economists, who go on to study at LSE :confused:, did Friedman go there by any chance?
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Cambridge bloods most of the top economists, who go on to study at LSE :confused:, did Friedman go there by any chance?

yes Milton Friedman did go there
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Cambridge bloods most of the top economists, who go on to study at LSE :confused:, did Friedman go there by any chance?

http://www.lse.ac.uk/lsehistory/index.htm

Some of them are economists', many are not (i.e. LSE's more than a school of Econ).
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yes Milton Friedman did go there
No, Univ. of Chicago.
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No, Univ. of Chicago.
ahh ok , i remmeber seeing his name in LSE's website somewhere he must ve been a lecturer or something
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ahh ok , i remmeber seeing his name in LSE's website somewhere he must ve been a lecturer or something
He's very closely associated with an Austrian fellow known as Fredrich Von Hayek. Their theories were a critique of the then ‘Keynesian consensus’. He was a prof. at the LSE, and Nobel Laureate. Ah what the hell, don't need Friedman, the alumni list for LSE over the 20th century, considering it's only a school of the social sciences is as impressive as either Oxford/Cambridge:P It's just, as someone else has said, LSE's not a particularly good teaching institution, primarily a research centre. I fully agree with that.
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