Courses

Courses in Summer Term 2019/2020


  • International Financial Markets (Bachelor)

    The module takes place in German. Information about the lecture you will find [here]
    You can find information about the practical [here]
    and the new module description can be found [here]


  • International Economics Foundations (Bachelor)

    The module is held in cooperation with the Chair of International Economics. Information about the lecture you will find [here]
    You can find information about the practica [here]


  • Macroeconomics I

    Information about the lecture you will find [here]
    Information about the tutorial you will find [here]
    Information about the practical you will find [here]


  • The Economics of the European Monetary Union (Bachelor)

    Information about the lecture you will find [here]
    and the new module description can be found [here]

  • Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy (Master)

    You can find information about the seminar [here]


    Courses from previous semesters:


    Bachelor


  • Mikroökonomik I (Summer 2015, Winter 2016/17)

  • Mikroökonomik II (Winter 2015/16, Summer 2017)

  • International Financial Markets (Winter 2014/15 & 2017/2018 & 2018/2019, Summer 2016)

  • Seminar in International Financial Markets (Winter 2016/17 & 2017/2018, Summer 2017–2019)

  • Seminar Topics in International Finance (Winter 2015/16)

  • Seminar in Empirical Trade (Summer 2017 & 2018, Winter 2017/2018)

  • Seminar on European Integration (Summer 2018)


    Master


  • Reale Außenwirtschaft (Winter 2015/16)

  • International Trade (Summer 2015–2018, Winter 2016/17 & 2017/2018 & 2018/2019)

  • Financial Econometrics (Winter 2014/15, Summer 2016 & 2017, Summer 2019)

  • Seminar in Financial Econometrics (Winter 2015/16–2017/2018)

  • Seminar The Global Business Cycle (Summer 2015)

  • Seminar Financial Markets and the Macroeconomy (Winter 2014/15)

  • Seminar Business Cycles in Developing Countries (Summer 2016–2019)


    PhD


  • Time-series analysis by State-Space methods. Classical and Bayesian Approaches (Summer 2016 & 2017, Summer 2019)