EC981-7-FY-CO:
Dissertation

The details
2019/20
Economics
Colchester Campus
Full Year
Postgraduate: Level 7
Current
Thursday 03 October 2019
Friday 26 June 2020
40
15 October 2019

 

Requisites for this module
(none)
(none)
(none)
(none)

 

(none)

Key module for

MSC LN1412 Financial Economics and Accounting,
MSC LN1424 Financial Economics and Accounting,
MSC L11012 Applied Economics and Data Analysis,
MSC L11024 Applied Economics and Data Analysis,
MSC L110UH Applied Economics and Data Analysis,
MSC L11912 Behavioural Economics,
MSC L11924 Behavioural Economics,
MSC L119UH Behavioural Economics,
MSC N30612 Computational Economics, Financial Markets and Policy,
DIPLL10009 Economics,
MA L10012 Economics,
MA L10024 Economics,
MRESL10012 Economics,
MRESL100EK Economics,
MRESL100KE Economics,
MSC L10012 Economics,
MSC L10024 Economics,
MSC L100EK Economics,
MSC L100KE Economics,
MSC L100PP Economics with Professional Placement,
MSC L100UH Economics,
MSC L10112 Economics and Econometrics,
MSC L10124 Economics and Econometrics,
MSC L101EK Economics and Econometrics,
MSC L101KE Economics and Econometrics,
MSC L101UH Economics and Econometrics,
MSC L10312 Financial and Business Economics,
MSC L10324 Financial and Business Economics,
MSC L11112 Financial Economics,
MSC L10212 Financial Economics and Econometrics,
MSC L16012 International Economics,
MSC L16024 International Economics,
MSC L10412 Management Economics,
MSC L12012 Money and Banking,
MSC L12024 Money and Banking,
MSC L120UH Money and Banking,
MA L16412 International Development,
MA L16424 International Development,
MSC L16512 Quantitative International Development,
MSC L16524 Quantitative International Development,
MSC L14112 Economics with Data Analytics,
MSC L14124 Economics with Data Analytics,
MSC L14212 Economics, Computation and Game Theory,
MSC L14224 Economics, Computation and Game Theory,
MPH L10024 Economics,
MPH L10048 Economics,
MPHDL10036 Economics,
MPHDL10048 Economics,
MPHDL10072 Economics,
MPHPL10036 Economics,
MPHPL10072 Economics,
MSD L10012 Economics,
MSD L10024 Economics,
PHD L10036 Economics,
PHD L10048 Economics,
PHD L10072 Economics,
PHP L10036 Economics,
PHP L10072 Economics

Module description

The dissertation enables students to undertake a research project that involves the study in depth of a specific economic problem or set of problems or issues.

Module aims

The dissertation aims to allow students to gain experience of original, independent but supervised research. In addition, the dissertation provides the opportunity to make use of skills acquired in graduate modules, either specific to a particular subject or field, or in the use of mathematical and econometric techniques

Module learning outcomes

On completing the dissertation a student will have produced an original, independent but supervised piece of research.

Module information

No additional information available.

Learning and teaching methods

No information available.

Bibliography

This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.

Assessment items, weightings and deadlines

Coursework / exam Description Deadline Weighting
Coursework MSc Dissertation 02/09/2020 100%

Overall assessment

100 per cent Coursework Mark

Reassessment

100 per cent Coursework Mark

Module supervisor and teaching staff
Prof Tim Hatton
bsethe@essex.ac.uk

 

Availability
Yes
No
No

External examiner

Dr Roberto Bonilla Trejos
The University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Resources
Available via Moodle
Of 7 hours, 7 (100%) hours available to students:
0 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
0 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).

 

Further information
Economics

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