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    Chair of Econometrics

    Economathematics

    General information

    Classification

    Depending on the choice of the Compulsory Electives Business Management and Economics, the courses offered by the Chair of Econometrics can be credited to a different extent.

    If the focus Econometrics is chosen in the Compulsory Electives Business Management and Economics, then Econometrics 1 and Econometrics 2 are compulsory courses. Further courses offered by the Chair of Econometrics count as Compulsory Core Electives in this case.

    If the focus Research Methods is chosen in the Compulsory Electives Business Management and Economics, there is the possibility to credit Econometrics 1 in Compulsory Core Electives I and to credit Econometrics 2, Econometrics 3, Microeconometrics or Analysis of Financial Market Data in Compulsory Core Electives II.

    If a different focus is chosen in the Compulsory Electives Business Management and Economics, it is possible to include different courses as Compulsory Core Electives.

    Furthermore, there is the possibility to choose the Advanced Seminar: Econometrics at the Chair of Econometrics in the Interdisciplinary Seminars and Workshops.

    In general it is recommended to take the basic courses Econometrics 1 and Econometrics 2 at first. Building on this, the courses Econometrics 3, Microeconometrics and Analysis of Financial Market Data follow, which can be attended independently. It is recommended to attend the seminar after having completed the above mentioned courses.

    The different possibilities of crediting are listed in the overview below:

    • Human Resource Management and Organization
    • Econometrics 1 (CCE)
    • Econometrics 2 (CCE)
    • Microeconometrics (CCE)
    • National and International Monetary Economics: Econometrics 1 (CCE)
    • Econometrics
    • Econometrics 1 (C)
    • Econometrics 2 (C)
    • Econometrics 3 (CCE)
    • Analysis of Financial Market Data (CCE)
    • Microeconometrics (CCE)
    • International Economics: Econometrics 1 (CCE)
    • Research Methods
    • Econometrics 1 (CCE I)
    • Econometrics 2 (CCE II)
    • Econometrics 3 (CCE II)
    • Analysis of Financial Market Data (CCE II)
    • Microeconometrics (CCE II)
    • Managerial Accounting
    • Econometrics 1 (CCE)
    • Econometrics 2 (CCE)

    • Advanced Seminar: Econometrics

    C = Compulsory     CCE = Compulsory Core Electives    CCE I = Compulsory Core Electives I     CCE II = Compulsory Core Electives II

     

    (Examination regulations versions: 2016 MHB1-en)

     

    Compulsory Electives Business Management and Economics: Econometrics

    The different modules when choosing the focus Econometrics are composed as follows:

    1. Econometrics 1 und Econometrics 2 as Compulsory course
    2. Choosing 2 Compulsory Core Electives as specialisation from the following courses:
    • conometrics 3 (Prof. Kukuk)
    • Analysis of Financial Market Data (Prof. Kukuk)
    • Microeconometrics (Prof. Kukuk)
    • Empirical HR Research with Stata (Prof. Zwick)
    • Empirical Regional- and International Economic Research (Prof. Dauth)
    • Computational Economics – Advanced Level (Prof. Fehr)
    • Empirical Industrial Organization (Prof. Doganoglu)
    1. Seminar: Econometrics (optionally) within Interdisciplinary Seminars and Workshops

    It is recommended to attend the seminar after having completed the above mentioned courses.

     

    Please note that the course Microeconometrics will be offered neither in the summer term 2020 nor in the winter term 2020/21!