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Courses Summer Term 2019

In Summer Term 2019 the Department of Economics offers the following master classes:

The course overview and detailed information can also be found on LSF Online-Portal or on the relevant website of the respective chairs. Please note that for some of the courses registration is required!

 

Optional Modules:

6 ECTS Courses

Specialization areas* are listed in parentheses beneath the course title.

Lecturer Title und specialization
Nagler Labor Markets in the Knowledge Economy
(Applied Econometrics; Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction; Research)
Illing Monetary Policy: Theory and Practice
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Lang Contract Theory
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction; Research)
Bartos Development Economics
(Macroeconomics and International Economics; Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction; Research)
Serena/Cahlikova Economics of Conflicts
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction; Research)
Escobar-Jansson Empirical Public Economics and Policy Evaluation
(Public Sector Economics; Applied Econometrics)
Schüller Innovation Policy Evaluation
(Applied Econometrics; Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Sunde Advanced Macroeconomics - Topics in Macroeconomics
(Macroeconomics and International Economics; Research)
Winter Introduction to Microeconometrics
(Applied Econometrics)

 * Please note that the Research specialization will phase out and can only be chosen by students who started the program in winter semester 2016/17 or earlier.

 

12 ECTS Courses

Please note that places in all 12 ECTS courses are limited, especially those courses requiring an oral presentation and a written term paper. In order to participate in a 12 ECTS course you have to register well in advance. More information can be found on the website of the ISC (in German)!

Specialization areas* are listed in parentheses beneath the course title.

Lecturer Title und specialization
Eckel Heterogeneity and Competition in Global Markets
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Haufler The Taxation of Multinational Firms
(Public Sector Economics)
Imai/Mayer Behavioral Economic Theory
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Iwanowsky Spatial Data in Economics
(Applied Econometrics; Research)
Lang Contract Theory
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Le Yaouanq Beliefs in Decision Theory
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Lergetporer/Mergele/Werner Advanced Education Economics
(Applied Econometrics)
Meier Social Policy
(Public Sector Economics)
Peichl Advanced Topics on Inequality
(Macroeconomics and International Economics; Public Sector Economics)
Steinmayr Causal Inference for Policy Evaluation
(Applied Econometrics)
Sunde Long-Run Growth and Comparative Development
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Waldinger Labour and Innovation Economics
(Applied Econometrics; Research)

 * Please note that the Research specialization will phase out and can only be chosen by students who started the program in winter semester 2016/17 or earlier.

 

Revision Tutorials

For courses of the compulsory modules which are  taking place annually we provide review tutorials and the opportunity to retake the exam during the lecture period in the following semester!

Microeconomics: course; repeat exam

Macroeconomics: course; repeat exam

Mathematics: course; repeat exam

Econometrics: course; repeat exam

Public Economics: course; repeat exam