I think you should go to LSE. I would only take something like Wisconsin or Minnesota (top 15) over LSE
So I got into both programs, but I can't decide which is better. LSE gives me a shot at a better program, especially with their pathway to its MRes/PhD program. However, Notre Dame would save me a few years and offer some certainty. I'm interested in Macro and financial economics, and I want to work in the public sector after my PhD. Which do you think is better?
Ranking doesn't matter as much if you're not looking for a career in academia, but the prestige and connections due to graduating from a higher ranked school definitely can't hurt, when it comes to any career placement.
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