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Courses BW37/MW86 in the summer term 2022

Here you can find information about the elective module "Economics Seminar", BW37 in the Bachelor and MW86 in the Master. To pass the module, it is necessary to attend a total of two seminars. However, this can be done in different semesters. In the courses you will be asked to prepare a written paper and present it in a colloquium.

The registration for the courses is done via the HIS-LSF. If you are taking the second seminar of the module, it is important that you register for examination for the module via the student portal during the registration period. Your grade can only be entered if you have registered for the examination performance. If you are only taking the first seminar, this is not necessary.

After completion of both seminars and upon successful registration in the student portal, your two grades will be added together and an average will be calculated. The overall grade will be communicated to the examination office by the responsible staff and not by the lecturers of the individual seminars. Please note that the grades will only be entered at the end of the semester, i.e. as soon as the grades from all seminars of the semester are available.

Note to students of the Economics Master degree: For MQV10 “Economics Seminar 2“, you can choose from all MW86 seminars. If they are in German, you can still participate by doing the examination (presentation, paper) in English.

Please contact  in case you have any questions regarding the course.

The introductory session for module BW37 will take place on 22nd April 2022 at 12:30 pm in the oeconomicum (room S2).

The introductory session for module MW86 will take place on 26th April 2022 at 12:30 pm in the oeconomicum (room S5)

As part of the modules BW37 (Bachelor) and MW86 (Master), the following courses will be offered in the summer term 2022:

Lecturer Course Topic Description
Prof. Dr. Justus Haucap / W. Benedikt Schmal / Kai Fischer BW37 (PPE Plätze) The Economics of Crime [here]
Prof. Dr.  Alexander Rasch BW37 Zweitmeinungen [here]
Dr. Marco Schwarz BW37 Social and Economic Networks [here]
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Biliana Yontcheva BW37 Estimating Consumer Choices: From Theory to Practice [here]

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Lichter

BW37 (also PPE) Gesellschaftliche Entscheidungen und deren politische und ökonomische Konsequenzen [here]
Prof. Dr. Joel Stiebale BW37 Fusionen und Übernahmen [here]
Prof. Dr.  Katharina Erhardt BW37 (also PPE) Globalisierung – Kritik, Verteidigung und Herausforderungen [here]
Prof. Dr. Jens Südekum BW37 Aktuelle Themen der Wirtschaftspolitik [here]
Prof. Dr. Hans-Theo Norman / Alisa Frey BW37 Experimentelle Evidenz zu Gesellschaftsvertragstheorien und
Prof. Dr. Hans-Theo Normann MW86 The Replication Crisis in the Social Sciences [here]
Dr. Nesma Ali MW86 Firms’ Growth and Challenges in Developing Countries [here]
Prof. Dr.  Alexander Rasch MW86 Kollusion [here]
Dr. Yihan Yan MW86 Dynamic Structural Models in Empirical Industrial Organization [here]
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Biliana Yontcheva MW86 Sustainability and Competition [here]
Dr. Tomasz Sulka MW86 Household Finance [here]
Prof. Dr. Joel Stiebale MW86 Market Structure and Innovation [here]
Dr. Marco Schwarz MW86 Financial Advice [here]
Dr. Apoorva Gupta MW86 Economics of Innovation [here]
Prof. Dr. Jens Südekum MW86 Aktuelle Themen der Wirtschaftspolitik [here]
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Neyer, Daniel Stempel MW86 Business Cycle Theory [here]
Dr. Axel Kallmayer MW86 „Missbrauchen die großen Digitalkonzerne ihre Marktmacht? – Leading cases betrachtet aus Sicht der Unternehmen und der Wettbewerbsbehörden“  [here]
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