I have offers from the following master programs:
– MSc in Economics (one year) at LSE,
– Master in Economic and Social Sciences (two years) at Bocconi,
Which offer should I accept? If you think I should accept X, how much better is that compared to accepting Y? (I only have until Friday 25 July to respond, so I would appreciate any thoughts as soon as possible! )
Some background about me:
– I have done RA work for two years, so I already have two good letters.
– I have a fairly weak math background, so I hope to take a master that can signal that my math abilities are strong.
– I aim for an academic career with the next step being a PhD in economics either in the US or at a top institution in Europe. Although in case I change my mind, it would be useful to know how these programs are perceived outside of academia as well (especially in policy).
– My main research interest is microeconomic theory, especially decision theory and game theory.
(I posted a similar post at EJMR a couple of days ago. Having looked at some of the threads on the Urch forum, my impression is that answers are of a higher quality here)
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