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    Master in Economic Development after Master in Economics?

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    I'm seriously considering on taking the devlopment path, would it maker any sense to pursue a Masters in Economics Development after getting a Master in Economics? Or should I just go for a PhD on an AREc department? I was thinking on applying to Oxford's Master in Development. What do you think?

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    If you're thinking about the two year Master in Development Studies at Oxford, then you won't be allowed to take the economics part since you have previously studied economics.

    And if you're thinking about the one year Master in Economic Development at Oxford, then I fear it would be a waste of time.

    I'd recommend you broaden your perspective with a general development studies masters degree.

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