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Find Doctorate Degrees in Economic Studies in Canada

The PhD can vary depending on the institution and country in which it is awarded. Most scholars pursue a PhD because of strong motivation to contribute to the academic community as well as true curiosity about their chosen field of study. 

 

Economics and administration is a discipline that focuses on both macro and micro economics. Experts are trained to understand both how individual actions and mass trends affect the economy. Many specialize in particular subject areas such as public policy, business economics and consumer behavior.

 

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Doctor of Philosophy in Economic Studies in Canada

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PhD in Management - Finance

Telfer School of Management
Campus Full-time Request Info Canada Ottawa

Multidisciplinary, holistic and forward-looking, the Telfer Ph.D. in Management program is unique, challenging and carries high expectations for students. Students who choose to specialize in Finance will examine the theoretical and analytical basis of corporate finance, financial instruments, portfolio management, inter-temporal trade-offs, asset valuation and risk management. The field provides students from business, economics and other related disciplines with a means to pursue doctoral studies.

PhD in Management - Accounting and Control

Telfer School of Management
Campus Full-time Request Info Canada Ottawa

Multidisciplinary, holistic and forward-looking, the Telfer Ph.D. in Management program is unique, challenging and carries high expectations for students. In the Accounting and Control field of the Ph.D. in Management, students examine reporting, accountability, internal/external controls, regulations, governance requirements and practices, international performance measurement, compensation, risk management and intellectual capital measurement.