120 credits

AS2019

100%

Campus

Leadership for Sustainable Development; Master's programme Economics

Economics is important for democracy, as the purpose of the subject is to investigate how we manage and distribute sparse resources. The subject therefore has a strong link to most of the UN global goals. The subject has a broad perspective that covers many societal functions, everything from conditions for businesses and employees to those for sustainable development and the role of the financial market in global stability.

Studying Economics gives you important, societally beneficial knowledge. You gain the tools and skills to analyse current societal problems, as well as gaining insight into multiple areas of Economics, including environmental economics, development economics, financial economics, industrial organisation, labour market economics and various theories of international trade. These areas are strongly associated with current societal problems such as trade wars and globalisation, unemployment and integration, poverty and opportunities for development in low-income countries.