Study

General Information

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Teaching during winter term 2020/21

This winter term again the courses will be proceeded online, if not differently communicated.

All infos will be provided on the Virtual Campus (VC) of the University. Please enrol for the corresponding course(s) until November 01, 2020 latest. Afterwards the courses will be coded and the access code will be emailed to all enrolled participants.

  • - Lecture
    - all sets of slides for the lecture will be provided on the VC step by step.
    - the online-platform where the lecture will be held is ZOOM.
    - for the lecture "Macroeconometric Analysis" a different modality will be followed. Please find further infos on the VC.
  • Tutorials
    - descriptions of the tasks will be made available as pdf (scan from training manual) on the VC.
    - the tutorials will also be held online at the planned time slots.

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Teaching

The Professorship for Economics, esp. Empirical Economics, regularly offers the following courses:

Bachelor Degree Program

 

  • Lecture: Grundlagen der empirischen Wirtschaftsforschung (Winter semester)
  • Project Seminar: Empirische Makroökonomie und Konjunkturanalyse (Summer semester)

Master Degree Program

 

  • Lecture: Advanced Macroeconomics (Winter and Summer semester)
  • Lecture: Macroeconometric Analysis (Winter semester)
  • Lecture: Disequilibrium and Behavioral Macroeconomics (Winter semester)
  • Lecture: Financial Macroeconomics (Summer semester)
  • Seminar: Advanced Topics in Empirical Macroeconomics (Summer semester)

Proposed courses in the Master's Degree (Beginning in winter semester)

 

  1. Semester: Advanced Macroeconomics (Lecture), Macroeconometric Analysis (Lecture)
  2. Semester: Financial Macroeconomics (Lecture), Advanced Topics in Empirical Macroeconomics (Seminar)
  3. Semester: Disequilibrium and Behavioral Macroeconomics (Lecture)
  4. Semester: Master Thesis

Proposed courses in the Master's Degree (Beginning in summer semester)

 

  1. Semester: Advanced Macroeconomics (Lecture)
  2. Semester: Macroeconometric Analysis (Lecture), Disequilibrium and Behavioral Macroeconomics (Lecture)
  3. Semester: Financial Macroeconomics (Lecture), Advanced Topics in Empirical Macroeconomics (Seminar)
  4. Semester: Master Thesis

Students who want to write their master thesis at our Professorship, should have successfully completed the course "Macroeconometric Analysis" (besides Advanced Macroeconomics) and at least one additional lecture (Disequilibrium and Behavioral Macroeconomics or Financial Macroeconomics) before the start of the master thesis.

Further details on the courses of current term (UnivIS) you will find here!