- Total units 24 Units
- Areas of interest Economics, Asia Pacific Studies
- Specialisation code ECAP-SPEC
- Academic career Postgraduate
- Academic Contact Prof Paul Burke
Economies in the Asia-Pacific contribute a growing share of global economic output. This specialisation provides a comprehensive understanding of economic, trade and development issues in the Asia-Pacific.
- Understand and apply modern economic theory to Asia-Pacific economies.
- Demonstrate strong understanding of current developments in leading economies of the Asia-Pacific.
- Interpret the results of empirical analysis of trade and development issues in the Asia-Pacific.
- Engage in debates about contemporary economic policies in the Asia-Pacific.
This specialisation is only available to students undertaking the Master of International and Development Economics. IDEC8011 and IDEC8033 are eligible to count towards the specialisation on approval of the course convener, provided that the research essay or project falls within the field of the specialisation.Back to the top
The specialisation requires the completion of 24 units from the following courses:
IDEC8010 Quantitative International Economics
IDEC8011 Masters Research Essay
IDEC8012 Quantitative Methods for Monetary Policy Analysis
IDEC8021 The Chinese Economy
IDEC8022 Economic Development
IDEC8033 Research Project
IDEC8035 Islamic Economies in Practice
IDEC8037 Pacific Economies and Politics
POGO8220 Issues in Japanese PolicyBack to the top