Bachelor-Courses (Winter Term 22/23)
- Economic Reasoning (Christopher Prömel). Wed., 2pm - 4pm
- Topics on the History of Money and Banking in the US (Dr. Wolfgang Strehl). Wed., 12pm - 2pm
- Introduction to US Economic Inequality I (Prof. Dr. Julia Püschel). Thu., 8am - 10am
- Introduction to US Economic Inequality II (Prof. Dr. Julia Püschel). Thu., 12pm - 2pm
Master-Courses (Winter Term 22/23)
- International Trade, Migration and Health (Prof. Dr. Luca Stella). Wed., 2pm - 4pm
- International Trade, Migration and Health - Case Studies (Prof. Dr. Luca Stella). Thu., 2pm - 4pm
Some of the seminars offered can also be taken in the Master's program in Economics and Public Economics. These will then be listed accordingly in the course catalog for VWL and Public Economics.
This information is only intended as a guide for planning your course of study. Binding information on the current courses of the Department of Economics can be found in the current course catalog. The passwords required for registration in Blackboard for the individual courses are available on request from the secretary's office of the Department of Economics.
Bachelor-, Master-Thesis and PhD
For thesis supervision, please refer to the lecturers' profiles for information on their main topics and requirements, and contact them accordingly. Please include a current transcript of records with your e-mail.
Prof. Steinhardt does not accept theses supervisions at the moment as he will be on a research leave next winter term.