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Courses Winter Term 2019/20

In Winter Term 2019/20 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 October 2019)

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)

Holzner Labor Economics
(Public Sector Economics; Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Konrad International Public Economics
(Public Sector Economics)
Lang Strategic Sophistication
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Meyerheim/Sunde Political Economy
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Miethe Empirical Methods in International Public Finance
(Applied Econometrics)
Resnjanskij Empirical Development Economics
(Applied Econometrics)
Schmitt Computational Methods in Economics
(Public Sector Economics; Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Schudy Experimental Political Economy
(Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction; Public Sector Economics)

 

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
(Applied Econometrics; Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Giesing / Laurentsyeva The Economics of Migration
(Applied Econometrics; Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Glogowsky Replication Seminar: Empirical Public Economics
(Public Sector Economics; Applied Econometrics)
Lindenthal Labor Economics
(Applied Econometrics)
Poutvaara The Political Economy of Redistribution
(Public Sector Economics; Microeconomics and Strategic Interaction)
Sachs Economics of Immigration: Theory and Evidence
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)
Veramendi Structural Microeconometrics
(Applied Econometrics)
Zorn Topics in Monetary Economics
(Macroeconomics and International Economics)

 

MSc Economics Course Schedule (1st semester) Winter Term 2019/20 zum Download