Quantitative Methods in Economics
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Very useful subject for economics in micro field. Easy if you have a strong math background. Otherwises you need a bit of preparation and practice.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
An easy course if you have a solid math background. The contents are useful for future economics courses especially ECOS2001.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
Great lecturer (Suraj Prasad), always happy to answer students' questions on the content. He even left out the matrices section of one mid-term because we needed time to 'digest' it and understand the processes, logic and methods behind it. The maths used is very useful in economics, you get introduced to a range of concepts (even beyond first year, such as consumer theory) and overall it's a nice intro to ECOS2903. I love maths, and I would definitely recommend this subject.