Economics at Oxford
Discover how individuals, businesses, and governments make decisions about the use of scarce resources in a world of unlimited wants and needs, and what implications economic issues can cause, such as tax and inflation, interest rates and wealth, inequality and emerging markets, and energy and the environment. The Economics course will provide the structure required to understand the way our world operates, from the choices we make in our everyday lives to how businesses or governments achieve their desired objectives.
Learn about fundamental economic concepts such as micro and macroeconomics, historical trends, human behavior, supply and demand, market forces, and pricing.
Apply economic theories to real-world scenarios and analyze how economic principles impact various sectors of society, such as labor markets, the environment, and international trade.
Enhance skills in interpreting statistical information and using quantitative tools to make informed decisions.
Gain a better understanding of economic growth, inflation, and GDP, as well as debate on policy conflicts and fiscal policies.
Examine the benefits of trade activity and globalization.