The School of Economics and Finance is part of the Victoria Business School at Victoria University of Wellington.
We administer, promote and teach papers for individuals working towards attaining degrees, diplomas and other Programmes in the fields of economics, econometrics and finance. The School strives for academic excellence in all areas.
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The Chair in the Economics of Disasters had its official launch on 1 July, and is the result of a partnership between Victoria University, the Earthquake Commission, and the Ministry for Primary Industries. Read more...
The Economics discipline at Victoria has jumped from 6th to number 1 in the recent PBRF round.
In 1994 the Professorial Fellowship in Monetary Economics programme at Victoria University of Wellington was set up as an initiative of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Find out more...
Save the dates for upcoming 2013 workshops held by the School of Economics and Finance:
Friday 15 November
The Stephen Turnovsky Visiting Fellowships is a three-week programme providing an opportunity for visiting Fellows to be involved in a collaborative research opportunity in the School of Economics at Victoria University of Wellington. Find out more...
Hautahi Kingi graduated in 2011 with a BSc in Mathematics and a BCA with first class honours in Economics, and is now doing a PhD in Economics at Cornell University in New York.
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Victoria is the first university in New Zealand to achieve AACSB accreditation in both business and accounting. Read More