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Found this subject extremely difficult because I had no prior economics background, but if you keep up with the readings and engage with the literature in your first essay, the second half of the sem becomes easier to keep up with. Content is interesting, insightful, and worth putting in the extra time to learn. My favorite subject of uni so far!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
This subject introduces some really interesting and important ideas. There's no maths and very little straight economic theory.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019
thought provoking subject that taught me a lot about economics and inequality in modern societies. Can be a bit dry at times
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Thought provoking subject that taught me a lot about economics and inequality in modern societies. Can be a bit dry at times
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
This subject is interesting in showing and exploring the connections between politics and economy. However the subject's lectures and readings can be filled with economics or financial terminology that would make understanding the topics a lot harder for non-economics students. Take this subject if you are or have studied economics before. However if you are not studying economics or don't have too much background knowledge about economics, I recommend not doing this subject.