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I studied 'A' level Cambridge Economics in high school and managed to obtain an 'A' and then went on to do Micro and Macro Economics at UCT as part of my degree.
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I majored in Economics at undergrad level broadly taking on both Micro and Macro economics. I also have taken more narrowly defined Economics courses in Game theory, Labor, Natural resources and Quantitative Economics among others.
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