This course is relevant for anyone keen to be employed in a public or private sector setting , those who wish to do postgraduate studies and for anyone who has a passion to learn about masculinity, feminism and related issues within an economic setting.

The course is different from many other Economics Special degree courses for several reasons.

1) It brings in a verity of multidisciplinary aspect and practical issues relevant for  workplace human resource management, households, capital markets and for day to day life. 2) Students can propose additional course content to be learned in class. 3) De-stress sessions -revision, discussions before exams/assessments.    4) No class room tests for mid semester and only take-home assignments will be given.