2019 / 20
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Special features regarding teachingCommunication of sound knowledge of subject-specific academic methods and instruments, selective preparation for making economic decisions, modular structured and inter-disciplinary courses with the possibility of sector-specific training, very good library stock, modern lab equipment, Career Service, e-learning service supports learning irrespective of time and place, transfer of the learned theory into practice through excursions, lectures by practitioners, seminars with owners of start-ups.
Special features regarding the international orientationExtensive ERASMUS programme, binational degrees (Trento, Strasbourg), English-taught courses in Bachelor's and Master's programmes.
Common partner universities for exchangeUniversité de Liége, Belgium; Università Ca'Foskari, Venice, Italy; Università degli studi di Pavia, Italy; University of Economics, Bratislava, Slovakia; Universidad Auronoma de Madrid, Spain; Universidad Publica de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain; Charles-University in Prague, Czech Republic; SWUFE, China
Special features regarding the equipmentHigh-performance PC pools; access to essential research and literature databases; range of e-learning courses.
Research topics reflected in teachingEnvironment and Resource Economics; Political economy, corruption; Evolutionary economics and complexity theory; Behavioural Economics; Economics of migration, economics of education; Quantitative methods in quality management; International trade in goods and international trade policy; Analysis of the role of individual companies in the international economy; Environmental Economics; Economics of European Integration; Applied equilibrium modelling; Financial Crisis and International Monetary Economics.
Website with further information on research activitiestu-dresden.de/gsw/wirtschaft/forschung
Support for foundersThe entrepreneurship initiative Dresden Exists is based at the department. Dresden Exists has been working for over 15 years to provide impetus for Dresden's entrepreneurial culture. The aim is to show students and scientists entrepreneurship and self-employment as attractive options. Dresden Exists wants to encourage scientists to translate their research findings to commercial reality in order to enable them to create new professional opportunities for themselves.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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