also economics doesn't work without Maths. Which is the reason why I can be a close observer of economics (especially of the Stock Exchanges), but I can't be an economist.
I think economists don't have to be talented in mathematics, but you're right, the basis of economics is very related to mathematics.
Nice discussion guys, probably the best I've had here on MTF lol.
That's what happens when clever people gather, and not brainless blockheads who populate GM.
..and the math u study in economy is all the kinnd u can find from basic math to statistic to financial ones
good years uni ones
Yeah, you're right. Nothing particularly difficult in economics, from a mathematics standpoint.
I have a university degree in psychology (and a masters degree in law too). It is always good to have some psychology knowledge to manipulate people.
You can choose psychology for your A-levels over there? Quite interesting.
Yeah, I don't do it myself, but from what I've heard, it's not a good course to take. Perhaps as a degree at university it might be more worthwhile.