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Courses Winter Term 2015/16

In Winter Term 2015/16 the Department of Economics offers the following classes:



Time table of Master classes winter term 2015/16   (pdf, 34 KB)

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 you have to register!

There is an examination schedule (PDF 21 KB) including all dates of exams and the period of registration for the compulsory modules.

Compulsory Modules:

Please note that the examination date for "Mathematics for Economists" is 02.12.2015 !!!

Mathematics for Economists - Lectures and Tutorials (blocked course)
Further information can be found in the Syllabus (pdf, 27 KB) and on LSF Online Portal

Microeconomics - Lectures and Tutorials (blocked course) - Prof. Englmaier
Further information can be found on LSF Online-Portal

Macroeconomics - Lectures and Tutorials (blocked course) - Prof. Sunde
Further information can be found on LSF Online-Portal 

Econometrics - Lectures and Tutorials - Dr. Steinmayr
Further information can be found on LSF Online-Portal

Public Economics - Lectures and Tutorials - Prof. Haufler
Further information can be found on LSF Online-Portal

Optional Modules:

6 ECTS Courses 

Prof. Felbermayr, Dr. Flach

Frontiers in International Trade
(Specialisation: Macro and International Economics)

Dr. Kauder, Dr. Drometer

Systems Competition
(Specialisation: Public Sector Economics)

Prof. Kocher

Behavioral Economics: Decision Making
(Specialisation: Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction )

Prof. Konrad

International Public Economics
 (Specialisation: Macro and International Economics)

Prof. Poutvaara

The Political Economy of Intergenerational Transfers
 (Specialisation: Public Sector Economics)

Prof. Wössmann, Prof. Piopiunik

Econometric Evaluation of Education Policy
(Specialisation:  Applied Econometrics)

Prof. Winter

Topics in Applied Econometrics
(Specialisation:  Applied Econometrics; Research)


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)!

Baumgarten Empirical International Trade (PDF 64 KB) (Specialisation: Applied Econometrics)
Cantoni Advanced Economic History (PDF 242 KB) (Specialisation: Applied Econometrics)
Englmaier Advanced Topics in Organizational Economics (PDF 313 KB) (Specialisation: Applied Econometrics)
Holzner Advanced Search Theory (PDF 22 KB) (Specialisation: Public Sector Economics)
Illing/Watzka Recent Advances in monetary economics (PDF 111 KB) (Specialisation: Macro and International Economics)
Meier Health Economics (PDF 8 KB) (Specialisation: Public Sector Economics)
Müller-Langer Advanced Contributions to Innovation and Copyright Economics Research (PDF 224 KB) (Specialisation: Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)