Economics

Enquire now to find out how a master’s degree in economics from Crawford School, provides you with a highly-regarded qualification from one of the world’s best universities and gives you access to an internationally-renowned network of leading economic practitioners and researchers.

Teaching staff at Crawford School are experts in their fields, whose research impacts decision-making at the highest levels of government and the private sector. Crawford graduates go on to become leaders in their professions, with past alumni including an Australian member of parliament, a prime minister of the Solomon Islands, a president of the International Organization for Standardization, a chief economist at AusAID, senior economists at the World Bank, and academic and public sector leaders across Australia and the Asia Pacific region.

You can choose from two economics master’s programs. The Master of International and Development Economics is a policy-oriented program of applied economic theory and econometrics, with a wide range of electives to suit your professional interests. The Master of Environmental and Resource Economics approaches sustainable resource management from an economics perspective.

Visit Programs and Courses for full program requirements, study options and course information.

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Graduate profile

Lauran Navarro

Stacking up the numbers

“The program allows you to think big. You know you’re in a place where what you’re learning is relevant. It kind of makes you ambitious!”

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Alexandre Dayant

A change for the better

"With the knowledge I have on public policy and economics, I have a broad picture of how the world works. I want to use this knowledge I’ve accumulated to work on projects that are helpful to the planet and the population."

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Banking on change

What does it take to land a job at one of the world’s premier institutions, The World Bank, straight after your Master degree?

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Arjuna Mohottala

Power player

"Just to demonstrate how supportive the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific and Crawford are, from my initial email to me physically being here took less than three weeks. That gave me a really good impression of ANU and Canberra."

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