Economic Behaviour and Governance (M.Sc.)
Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsbezug
Profil des Studiengangs
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Besonderheiten des StudiengangsThe program is designed to be completed in 3 semesters (90 ECTS) of intensive course work. Students accomplish the modules “Advanced Research Methods”, “Behavioural Economics”, “Governance” and “Advanced Topics in Corporate Governance, Consumer Behaviour and Management”. In addition, they participate in two obligatory research seminars and broaden their horizon by visiting one course from outside the economic faculty and write and defend a Master thesis. It is possible to graduate entirely with courses held in English, however German-speaking students can aquire 2/3 of the credits in German.
Fachliche SchwerpunkteResearch Methods (Econometrics, Selected Methods); Economic Behaviour (Models, Applications); Seminar in Economic Behaviour; Governance (Institutions and the Public Sector, Policy and Market Dynamics); Seminar in Governance; Advanced Topics in Corporate Governance, Consumer Behaviour and Management (Corporate Governance and Management, Consumer Behaviour and Management); Additive skills.
SchlagwörterVWL, Volkswirtschaftslehre, Economics, Methods, BWL, Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Econometrics, Quantitative Methoden, Ökonometrie, Governance, Economic Behaviour, Experimental Economics
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