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Department of Economics


Courses to be offered in AY2023-24
CCC8012  The Making of Hong Kong
CLA9005 Economics of Culture and Creativity
CCC8012 The Making of Hong Kong
CLA9005 Economics of Culture and Creativity
CLA9010 Social Problem Solving and Decision Making in the Modern World
CLC9005 Finance and Politics: Public Interests and Private Manipulation
CLC9016 Contemporary Socio-Economics Issues
CLD9002 Understanding Social and Economic Indicators
CLE9015 Rethinking Global Issues
CLE9017 The Value of Sport
CLE9025 Understanding Life and Happiness: An Interdisciplinary Approach
ECO2101 Introduction to Economics
ECO2102 Introduction to Banks and Financial Institutions
ECO2103 Financial Information and Management
ECO2104 Introduction to Microeconomics
ECO2105 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECO3001 The Hong Kong Housing Market
ECO3002 The Economics of the Digital Economy
ECO3003 Public Economics, Finance and Policymaking
ECO3104 Tools for Economics Analysis
ECO3105 Introduction to Statistics and Economics
ECO3201 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECO3202 Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECO3203 Labour Economics 
ECO3208 Principles of Public Policy
ECO3209 The Hong Kong Economy
ECO3213 China, Hong Kong, and the world economy: the Greater Bay and beyond
ECO3214 Globalization and Economic Integration
ECO3216 Behavioural Economics
ECO3218 Development Economics
ECO3311 Economics of the Family
ECO3313 Urban Economics
ECO4001 Economics of Markets and Regulation
ECO4217 Money and Banking
ECO4203 Applied Econometrics
ECO4305 International Trade & Trade Policy
ECO4306 International Finance
ECO4316 Industrial Economics and Competition Policy
ECO4320 Game Theory and Strategic Behaviour
ECO4323 Financial Economics
ECO4324 Environmental Economics and Policy
SSC2113 Linear Algebra
SSC2114 Calculus
SSC3319 Junior Research Project (ECON/CAPS/IEP/SPPS)
SSC4207 International Political Economy
SSC4319 Senior Thesis (ECON/CAPS/SPPS)