Doctoral Program in Economics
- CRICOS code: 056955G | 096133D
What will I study?
Successful candidates for the five-year doctoral program are first admitted into the coursework program Master of Commerce (Economics) (CRICOS code: 096133D). The coursework component consists of 16 subjects (200 points) over two years.
Students who complete the coursework at the required level will proceed to the PhD degree where they will complete the thesis, typically in three years.
The Doctor of Philosophy degree is awarded on the basis of a thesis of approximately 80,000–100,000 words, in which candidates report on an independent, sustained and academically supervised research project investigating a specialised topic.
When undertaking the Doctoral Program in Economics we can offer PhD supervision for topics in a wide range of specialisations, including:
|Specialisation topics we can supervise|
|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|