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Departmental Information and Course Listings (continued)

EC313 Industrial Economics EC315 International Economics EC317 Labour Economics

EC319 Economic Theory and its Applications (new title)

EC321 Monetary Economics EC325 Public Economics EC331 Quantitative Economics Project EC333 Problems of Applied Econometrics

Economic History (EH)

EH207 The Evolution of Economic Policy in Advanced Economies

EH220 Comparative Economic Development: Late Industrialisation in Russia, India and Japan

EH225 Latin America and the International Economy

EH236 The Integration of Europe’s Economy, 1815-1990

EH240 Business and Economic Performance since 1945: Britain in International Context

ID301 Leadership in Organisations: Theory and Practice

ID316 Managing Diversity in Organisations

Finance (FM)

Finance students examine the theory and practice of many aspects of the field that are key to understanding how financial institutions and markets operate around the world.

GV100 Introduction to Political Theory GV101 Introduction to Political Science GV225 Public Choice and Politics GV227 The Politics of Economic Policy GV262 Contemporary Political Theory GV263 Public Policy Analysis GV264 Politics and Institutions in Europe GV265 States, Nations and Empires

GV302 Key Themes in the History of Political Thought

GV310 Democracy and Democratisation

Economic and social history is concerned with understanding the process of change in the past. It uses the skills of the economist, the statistician and the sociologist, as well as those of the historian. Typical issues which the subject addresses are: economic globalisation in a historical perspective, the effect of business organisation on economic performance, the economic and social effects of wars, the importance of education and human capital in economic change, change in social behaviour in the past, the history of economic development in the third world, and the causes of population change and migration.

Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour (ID)

Traditionally, study of employment relations has focused on trade unions and their activities. More recently, interest in the management and government perspective has grown. Since the 1980s, in particular, the study of managerial strategies and techniques in selecting, motivating, developing and rewarding employees has flourished as part of the growth in business education.

ID100 Employment Relations

ID200 Organisational Theory and Behaviour

EH101 Internationalization of Economic Growth

ID204 Capitalism, Democracy and Work in Comparative Perspective

EH205 Towns, Society and Economy in England and Europe, 1450-1750

ID222 Managing Employment Law (H) ID290 Human Resource Management

EH206 The Making of an Economic Superpower: China since 1850

ID300 Selected Topics in Employment Relations

FM212 Principles of Finance

FM300 Corporate Finance, Investments and Financial Markets

FM320 Quantitative Finance

Government (GV)

Politics is about power and ideas, and it determines the public life of society. It encompasses a broad spectrum of activities relating to public affairs, from the competition of political parties to the operations of public bureaucracies. In earlier centuries, politics was largely carried on by a relatively small elite, but modern democracy involves the whole population. Because it is at the junction of power and morality, politics has always attracted the attention of philosophers and historians, and its study, originating in Athens in the fourth century BC, is the seed bed of all the social sciences.

GV350 Theories and Problems of Nationalism

GV351 Government, Politics and Public Policy in the European Union

Geography and Environment (GY)

The focus of geography at LSE is on the economic, social and environmental outcomes and problems which have resulted from location and spatial interaction. As we attempt to improve human welfare and environmental quality in a sustainable manner, it is vital that we have a good understanding of the social, political and economic forces that shape development and social change in our interdependent global economy. Current patterns of population growth, industrial development, urbanisation, and the use and consumption of resources are resulting in environmental changes on all scales, from the local to the global. Major

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