As already mentioned, this course is offered by School of International Studies. A student must be a graduate in Economics to apply for this course.
Preparation for this entrance is similar to the MA Economics degree offered by School of Social Studies. If i recall correctly, last year they had 8 questions out of which one had to answer 5. Keep the strategy for this same except that you need to write the answers in coherent manner. Note that the entrance for this course has subjective questions. On addition to the recommended topics for course at SSS (previous entry), go through 3rd year â€œInternational Economicsâ€ book by Paul Krugman. HO theorem, Specific factor model etc. are required to be done.
Last year, there was a question on money multiplier derivation. So, it is also suggested that you go through the basics of Money, Central bank instruments (CRR, SLR etc.) to control money supply.
Keep the answers terse and be clear with basics. For information regarding eligibility criteria, see here.
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