Module code: ACFI 1303
It is generally acknowledged that economic events shape our everyday life in an unparalleled way. As a social science, economics is required to determine, address and precisely monitor the consequences of such social phenomena and when possible to contribute in their ex-ante prediction. To do so, economists tend to use the language of mathematics due to its logic and precision in argumentation; as well as, its ability to simplify extensive and complex narratives in an orderly linguistic. This module aims to familiarise students with the mathematical tools and methods which are necessary for understanding and explaining economic relationships; and, to create the foundations for understanding the complex mathematical models used in finance applications that they will be exposed later in the programme.
Indicative module content is likely to include the following:
Contact hours per student per year
Additional costs: No extra costs other than purchase of books
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