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    Chair of Econometrics

    International Economic Policy

    General information

    There are several possibilities to integrate the courses offered by the Chair of Econometrics into the course of studies.

    First Econometrics 1 can be taken within the Compulsory Core Electives 1: Core. The further courses offered by the Chair of Econometrics can be credited either in the Compulsory Core Electives 2: Core Electives or in the Compulsory Core Electives 4: Electives.

    If Econometrics 1 is not part of the Compulsory Core Electives 1: Core, Econometrics 1 can be included as well as the other courses in the Compulsory Core Electives 2: Core Electives or in the Compulsory Core Electives 4: Electives.

    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. The course European Economic Statistics can be chosen separately from the other courses.

    Furthermore, there is the possibility to choose the Advanced Seminar at the Chair of Econometrics in the Compulsory Core Electives 3: Seminars. It is recommended to attend the seminar after having completed the above mentioned courses.

    The different possibilities of crediting within the individual elective courses are listed in the overview below:

    • Econometrics 1 (C)

    • Econometrics 1 (CE)
    • Econometrics 2 (CE)
    • Econometrics 3 (CE)
    • Analysis of Financial Market Data (CE)
    • Microeconometrics (CE)
    • European Economic Statistics (CE)

    • Advanced Seminar: Econometrics (S)

    • Econometrics 1 (E)
    • Econometrics 2 (E)
    • Econometrics 3 (E)
    • Analysis of Financial Market Data (E)
    • Microeconometrics (E)
    • Advanced Seminar: Econometrics (E)
    • European Economic Statistics (E)

    CE = Core Electives     C = Core     E = Electives     S = Seminar

     

    (Examination regulations versions: 2018 MHB1-en)

     

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