Closing date for local and international applications: 31 October.
Entry to the program is for Semester 1 only (February).
Taught by the Department of Economics, this four-year doctoral program in economics sits among the world's top Graduate Research programs, with substantial coursework, research and supervision available across a wide variety of areas in the field of economics.
This program is designed for students with prior training in economics or a cognate discipline with a strong analytical/mathematical component, who wish to acquire the advanced skills needed to practice as a professional economist in the public or private sectors.
When undertaking the Doctoral Program in Economics we can offer PhD supervision for topics in a wide range of specialisations, including:
|Behavioural Economics||Development Economics|
|Econometric Theory||Economic Design|
|Economics of Education||Economics of Innovation|
|Experimental Economics||Financial Economics|
|Health Economics||Industrial Economics|
|International Economics||Labour Economics and Social Policy|
|Labour Market Research and Analysis||Longitudinal Survey Research|
|Macroeconomic Forecasting and Business Cycles Analysis||Macroeconomic Policy Research and Analysis|
|Micro-simulation Modelling||Monetary Economics|
|Social Policy Research and Analysis.|