Jan Schulz M.Sc.
Jan Schulz studied in the Bachelor programme Philosophy and Economics at the University of Bayreuth during which he spent a semester abroad at the Karl-Franzens-University in Graz. He completed the B.A. with the Bachelor Thesis topic „The Impact of Nonhomothetic Preferences and the Threat of Parallel Trade: An Analysis of Trade Patterns under Monopolistic Competition“. Thereafter Jan Schulz decided to enroll in the Master programme European Economic Studies. The title of the Master Thesis is „An Empirical Investigation into the German Wealth Distribution“. Since 2018 he is a Ph.D candidate in the Bamberg Research Group on Behavioural Macroeconomics. Since 2015 he has been a founding member of the Group for Plural Economics at the University of Bamberg. He was already a student assistant to the Chair of International Economics from 2015 to 2017 and since the summer term 2018 is again employed as tutor.
Theory of Aggregation, Granularity and Wealth Dynamics
- Introduction to Philosophy
- Social Choice Theory
- Macroeconomics I
- Proseminar "Current Issues in European Economic Policy" (Bachelor, WS)