The School of Economics, Finance and Law is part of the Faculity of Business and Law at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge. Over the past few years we have developed an interdisciplinary and specifically pluralist economics research and teaching profile, with research interests ranging from labour economics, financial and housing economics, moral and political philosophy, welfare economics, sustainability, public and defence economics and philosophy of economics.
The students on our BSc (Hons) Economics course take a range of interdisciplinary business and pluralist economics modules, where they learn about finance, (project) management, micro- and macroeconomics, sustainability, econometrics, heterodox methodologies, behavioural economics and debates from the history of economic thought as well as contemporary discussions around economic methodology, philosophy of economics and how various schools of thought (Post-Keynesianism, Austrian, Marxism, Institutionalism, etc.) address different economic issues and policies.
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