Economics and Management
Economics and Management at New College
Economics and Management is a rigorous academic degree, developing high-level quantitative and qualitative skills in a vocationally–relevant subject area. Students benefit from the excellent facilities of the Saïd Business School, the location for much of the teaching and many other activities.
New College offers just three places in Economics and Management per year, so each student gets individual attention. At the same time, Economics and Management students are closely integrated with students on the College's Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) and Engineering, Economics and Management (EEM) degrees, and they participate fully in the College community.
New College has two fellows in Management, Professors Mari Sako and Richard Whittington (see 'Academic Staff'). Richard Whittington has primary responsibility for the Economics and Management degree. Economics is taught primarily by the PPE tutors, Professor Dieter Helm, Dr Ian Crawford and Dr Richard Mash, and students studying Economics and Management work alongside those reading PPE for their Economics papers attending the same lectures and tutorials.
Because of the limited number of places, New College does not consider applications for deferred entry – i.e. entry for academic years later than the one immediately following the year of application.
Number of places available at New College
3. Please note we do not accept applications for deferred entry.
The College does not have any requirements beyond those specified by the University and the Department.
Involved in undergraduate teaching
Dr Ian Crawford - Fellow and Tutor in Economics; Reader in Economics
Professor Dieter Helm – Fellow and Tutor in Economics; Professor of Energy Policy
Dr Richard Mash– Fellow and Tutor in Economics
Dr Richard Povey – Stipendiary Lecturer
Professor Richard Whittington – Tutor in Management Studies; Professor of Strategic Management
Not usually involved in undergraduate teaching
Professor Mari Sako – Professorial Fellow; Professor of Management Studies
Professor Tony Venables – Professorial Fellow; BP Professor of Economics
- Why New College
- Undergraduate Study
- Graduate Study
- Visits and Open Days
- Widening Participation