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Faculty of Economics and Business Studies

Course Title: 0201 Industrial Organization

Course Description

Course contents include, for example:

  • strategic interaction in oligopoly
  • price discrimination
  • horizontal and vertical product differentiation
  • research and development
  • informative vs. persuasive advertising
  • cartels and mergers

More detailed information is available from the coordinator.

 

Faculty

Economics and Business Studies

Institute

Chair of VWL 1

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Georg Götz

Study Period (dd/mm/yy)

17/10/2022-10/02/2023

Mode and Time

Synchronous, Time (CET): to be announced

Asynchronous, (Youtube recordings)

Online Tool for Teaching

Big Blue Button and Youtube recordings

Language of Instruction

English

Target Group

Master

Prerequisites

A prerequisite for the course is knowledge in "intermediate microeconomics" and "introductory econometrics"These topics are covered in the following literature:
McAfee, P., Lewis, Tracy R.: “Introduction to Economic Analysis.” https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/introduction-to-economic-analysis
Pindyck, R., Rubinfeld, D. (2001). “Microeconomics.” 5th Edition. Prentice Hall International: New Jersey
Maddala, G. (2001). „Introduction to Econometrics.“ 3rd Edition. Wiley: Chichester
Winker, P. (2010). “Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung und Ökonometrie.” 3rd Edition. Springer: Heidelberg

ECTS

6

Course Title: 0205 International Economics

Course Description

See module description

 

Faculty

Economics and Business Studies

Institute

 

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Meckl (lecture), Marius Braun (tutorials)

Study Period (dd/mm/yy)

17/10/2022-10/02/2023

Mode and Time

Synchronous, Time: to be announced

Online Tool for Teaching

ILIAS; MS Teams (if available, otherwise Webex)

Language of Instruction

English 

Target Group

Master

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge in microeconomics, macroeconomics and mathematics (optimization methods) elementary knowledge in statistics and econometrics

ECTS

6

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