London School of Economics and Political Science
London School of Economics and Political Science
LSE taster courses give Year 12 students the opportunity to learn more about some of the programmes available at LSE. Participating students will attend two taster sessions in their chosen subject led by LSE academics and meet current LSE students. at London School of Economics and Political Science

Studying Economic History - a Taster Course

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LSE taster courses give Year 12 students the opportunity to learn more about some of the programmes available at LSE. Participating students will attend two taster sessions in their chosen subject led by LSE academics and meet current LSE students.
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Economic historians study how past economies have changed and the factors that influence economic development. LSE’s Department of Economic History focuses on practical questions about real economies. For instance, why are some countries rich and others poor, what forces shape inequality and what does historical experience reveal about current global economic developments and crises?

Economic historians use concepts and theories from across the social sciences to study the historical development of economies and understand them in their social, political and cultural contexts.

LSE’s Economics History department offer undergraduate programmes in Economic History and joint programmes with Economics and Geography.

Open to Year 12 students - Come along to our taster course to experience two taster sessions with LSE academics, meet LSE students and discover the options available in the LSE Department of Economic History.


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