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Courses Winter Term 2018/19

In Winter Term 2018/19 the Department of Economics offers the following classes:

The information on this site is tentative and subject to change!

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!

Compulsory Modules:

Mathematics for Economists - Lectures and Tutorials (block course 04. - 12 October 2018 )

Macroeconomics - Lectures and Tutorials (block course 1st part of term)

Microeconomics - Lectures and Tutorials (block course 2nd part of term)

Econometrics - Lectures and Tutorials (block course / 1st part of term)

Public Economics - Lectures and Tutorials


Optional Modules:

6 ECTS Courses

(options for specialization in brackets)

Dürnecker Quantitative Macroeconomics
(Macroeconomics and International Economics; Research*)
Gumpert Firms in the Knowledge Economy
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction; Research*;
Applied Econometrics)
Poutvaara The Political Economy of Intergenerational Transfers
(Public Sector Economics)
Schmitt Computational Methods in Economics
(Public Sector Economics; Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Winter Topics in Applied Econometrics
(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

(options for specialization in brackets)

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)!

Ashraf Advanced Topics in Organizational Economics
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Baumgarten Advanced Seminar in Empirical International Trade
(Macroeconomics and International Economics;
Applied Econometrics; Research*)
Lindenthal Labor Economics
(Applied Econometrics)
Fuest The Future of Corporate Taxation
(Public Sector Economics)
Zorn Topics in Monetary Economics
(Macroeconomics and International Economics; Research*)
Gröschl, Felbermayr Trade Policy Analysis with Structural Gravity
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)

* 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.

MSc Economics Course Schedule (1st semester) Winter Term 2018/19 zum Download