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Teaching

Research Seminar by Prof. Steinhardt and Prof. Danzer

The application deadline is October 30, 2020.

PhD students: To register for the seminar, please send an email with an extended abstract of your current/planned research project (< 450 words) to economics@jfki.fu-berlin.de.

MA-students: This course is open to advanced students with an interest in empirical research. Please include your current transcript of records and a short letter of motivation (<100 words) for your registration and send it to economics@jfki.fu-berlin.de.

The course requirements will be announced in the first session.

Course Catalog Winter Semester 2020/21

Bachelor (North American Studies)

  • Economic Reasoning - Orientierungsseminar (Max Steinhardt)

  • Booms, Busts, and Business Cycles: Economic Growth and Financial Development in Canada, Mexico, and the United States - Vertiefungsseminar A (Daniel Dieckelmann)

  • Topics in Macroeconomics - Vertiefungsseminar A (Phoebe Ishak)

  • B.A. Colloquium Econ., Hist., Pol., Soc. (David Bosold)

Master (North American Studies)

  • Development of the American Economy - Case Studies - Seminar A (Max Steinhardt)

  • Development of the American Economy - Hauptseminar A (Max Steinhardt)

  • MA-Colloquium Economics (Max Steinhardt)

Participation and Grade Requirements

Graduate School (North American Studies)

Master (Economics & Public Economics)

Some courses offered by the Economics Department of the JFKI are also open to MA Economics and Public Economics students. Please check your course catalogue for those classes.


This information may serve as a guide for planning your studies. Binding information about the current curriculum of the department of economics can be found in the current course listings. The enrolling passwords for the respective courses on Blackboard can be obtained upon request.

Contact:

economics@jfki.fu-berlin.de

Theses Supervision

If you are looking for a suitable supervisor for your thesis, please inform yourself on the instructors' profiles about their research area and requirements and contact them accordingly.