Thanks all for your thoughtful comments.

I know math is extremely important so of course I'm not going to neglect it. In terms of economics, I've taken the core courses in econ (intermediate micro/macro, money banking, etc.), intro to metrics (essentially it covers OLS and violations of the assumptions, very basic). Right now I'm taking applied metrics and we have been learning about panel data, discrete choice models, and lagged estimation. I find the course kinda useful and interesting too. What I'm confused about is whether to take any more metrics or concentrate on taking a variety of electives to have a feel of what I like.

That said, I guess what we all agree upon is to take game theory, then fill the rest of the classes with metrics courses like forecasting and time-series?

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