Below you will find all information about the elective module "Economic Seminars", BW37 in the Bachelors and MW86/MQV10 in the Masters. Please read this text carefully before taking an economic seminar.
1. Prior to the seminar:
The module "Economic Seminar" is open to all students in the Bachelor Volks- and Betriebswirtschaftslehre (BW37), as well as to all students in the Master Volks- and Betriebswirtschaftslehre (MW86) and in the Master Economics (MQV10).
To successfully complete the module, it is necessary to take and pass a total of two different seminars. This can be done in one semester or in two different semesters. These two semesters can be consecutive, but do not have to be.
Registration for the individual seminars is done through the HIS-LSF and is non-binding at this point. The admission, assignment of topics and scheduling of the individual seminars is done by the lecturers themselves and therefore differs. In addition, some of these are only fixed in the course of the semester. If you have any questions regarding the planning and organization of a seminar, please contact the lecturers directly, e.g. during the introductory event.
Finally, please register in HIS-LSF for the introductory event (even if it has already taken place or you are attending your second seminar), so that we have a complete e-mail list of all participants and you do not miss any information!
2. During the seminar:
In most courses you will be asked to prepare a written paper and present it in a colloquium during the semester. The goal of the seminars is to demonstrate your ability to independently structure, explain and critically evaluate a scientific topic. In addition, you should show that you can communicate this topic well, both verbally and in writing.
More information about scientific work can be found here: www.dice.hhu.de/en/teaching/teaching/guidelines-for-academic-writing.
However, the exact procedure of the seminars is determined by the lecturers themselves and may differ from the procedure described above. It is possible, for example, that lecturers:
- Require the presence of students in the colloquium.
- Specify a language in which the term paper and presentation will be given. In consultation with the lecturers, it is also possible to take the paper and the presentation in another language (especially for students in the Master Economics).
For further information, please read the description of the seminars and ask the lecturers themselves in case of doubt.
3. After the seminar
For students in Bachelor and Master Economics and Business Administration (BW37/MW86):
For students in the Master Economics (MQV10):
As soon as you take the second seminar of the module, it is important that you register for the module's examination (BW37/MW86) in the student portal (“Studierendenportal”) during the registration period. If you take both seminars in one semester, please register in that semester. If you only take the first seminar in a semester, registration is not necessary.
Your grade can only be entered if you have registered for the examination.
You cannot register for the module in the student portal (“Studierendenportal”). Please write an e-mail with the subject: "Exam Registration" to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The email should include your name, matriculation number, and the seminars you have taken.
Upon completion of both seminars and successful registration in the student portal (or via e-mail), your two grades will be combined and an average will be calculated. The overall grade will be reported to the Examinations Office by the staff and not by the lecturers of the individual seminars. Please note that the grades are only transferred collectively to the examination office as soon as the grades from all seminars of a semester are available.
Grades will not be entered until after the end of the semester.
If you have any questions about the module process, please contact email@example.com.
An introductory session will be held on:
Wednesday, 11.10.2023 at 14:30 in Lecture Hall: 2A
As part of the modules BW37 (Bachelor), MW86 (Master) and MQV10 (Master), the following courses will be offered during the winter semester 2023/2024:
|Prof. Dr. Katharina Erhardt||BW37 (PPE Plätze)|| |
Ökonomische Aspekte von
Grenzen und Migration
|Prof. Dr. Jens Südekum||BW37||Aktuelle Themen der Wirtschaftspolitik||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Alexander Rasch, Dr. Tobias Wenzel||BW37||Seminar zu Dark Patterns||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Jannis Kück||BW37||Impact Evaluation and Causal Machine Learning||[hier]|
Prof. Dr. Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch,
Dr. Daniel Kamhöfer
|BW37||Seminar: Gender Economics||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Ulrike Neyer, Jana Magin||BW37||Der digitale Euro||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Ulrike Neyer, Philip Pascheka||BW37||Klimawandel, Finanzstabilität und Geldpolitik||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Jens Südekum||MW86/ |
|Aktuelle Themen der Wirtschaftspolitik||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Alexander Rasch, Dr. Tobias Wenzel||MW86/ |
|Seminar zu Daten und Märkten||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Biliana Yontcheva||MW86/ |
|Current topics in health economics||[hier]|
|Prof. Dr. Jürgen Coppik, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Heimeshoff||MW86/ |
|Wettbewerbsökonomisches Seminar: Kartelle in Theorie und Praxis||[hier]|