In case you’re wondering.

I’m educated in economics, and earned an MSc (Master of Science, I understand that in the United States it is unusual for post-graduates to earn a masters and not then progress to do a PhD, but this is common in the UK) in Economics from the University of Warwick in 2012.

I currently run a small business, while academic economics and current affairs remains a hobby interest of mine.

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2 comments
  1. The Arthurian said:

    Hey.
    I came here because you said flow5, you do realize nearly all of your posts are completely unintelligible, right? and I laughed and laughed.

  2. Andre Levy said:

    “I understand that in the United States it is unusual for post-graduates to earn a masters and not then progress to do a PhD”

    Uh, no, what’s unusual is to do a master’s AND a PhD. In the US, master’s degrees are usually either professional degrees or like a fifth year of undergrad (known in Australia, for instance, as an honour’s degree). How do I know? I have both.

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