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Unsere Lehrveranstaltungen im aktuellen Semester

  • Wintersemester 2022/2023

    Bachelor Wirtschaftswissenschaft

    Kompetenzbereich Volkswirtschaftslehre, Volkswirtschaftslehre III

    • Tutorium zu Makroökonomische Theorie (270034)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Mo. 11:00 - 12:30 | II-013 (Gruppe 1)Tutor
      Mo. 12:45 - 14:15 | VII-004 (Gruppe 2)Tutor
      Mo. 16:15 - 17:45 | II-003 (Gruppe 3)Tutor
      Di. 16:15 - 17:45 | II-013 (Gruppe 4)Tutor
      Mi. 11:00 - 12:30 | VII-004 (Gruppe 5)Tutor
      Mi. 12:45 - 14:15 | VII-004 (Gruppe 6)Tutor
      Do. 09:15 - 10:45 | VII-005 (Gruppe 7)Tutor
      Do. 11:00 - 12:30 | I-342 (Gruppe 8)Tutor
      Do. 16:15 - 17:45 | II-013 (Gruppe 9)Tutor
      Fr. 07:30 - 09:00 | I-332 (Gruppe 10)Tutor
      Fr. 09:15 - 10:45 | I-332 (Gruppe 11)Tutor
      Fr. 12:45 - 14:15 | II-013 (Gruppe 12)Tutor
      Inhalt:

      Übungsaufgaben zur Makroökonomischen Theorie.

      Bemerkungen:

      Beginn der Gruppenanmeldung in Stud.IP: Fr. 28.10.2022 - 09:00 Uhr.

    • Makroökonomische Theorie (270186)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Mo. 12:45 - 14:15 | VII-201 und Di. 12:45 - 14:15 | VII-201 (Gruppe 1)Gassebner
      Mo. 14:30 - 16:00 | VII-002 und Di. 14:30 - 16:00 | VII-002 (Gruppe 2)Gassebner
      Inhalt:

      Gütermarkt, Geld- und Finanzmärkte, IS-LM-Modell, Arbeitsmarkt, Phillipskurve, Inflation, IS-LM-PC-Modell, Solow-Modell, makroökonomische Politikgestaltung und -evaluierung.

      Literatur:

      Blanchard, O. und G. Illing (2021) Makroökonomie, 8. aktualisierte Auflage München usw.

    Kompetenzbereich Volkswirtschaftslehre

    • Seminar: Aktuelle Fragen der Makroökonomik (272020)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      BlockveranstaltungGassebner
      Inhalt:

      Behandelt werden aktuelle Themen aus dem Bereich der Makroökomik, Politische Ökonomie und Internationale Ökonomie. Details zur Anmeldung finden Sie unter "Aktuelles auf der Webseite des Instituts für Makroökonomik (www.mak.uni-hannover.de).

      Literatur:

      Wird vor Seminarbeginn bekannt gegeben.

    Master Wirtschaftswissenschaft

    Kompetenzbereich (Area) Empirical Economics and Econometrics

    • Seminar Empirical Research (373017)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      BlockveranstaltungGassebner
      Inhalt:

      The seminar will allow students to gain experience in drafting an empirical research paper and presenting its findings.

    • Applied Economic History (373026)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Mi. 14:30 - 16:00 | I-063Korn
      Inhalt:

      This course covers the recent scientific findings on how our current economic system developed. Special emphasis will be given on the econometric tools used by the researchers to plausibly identify causal historical economic linkages. The goal of the course is to give students a better understanding of the econometric methods and data sources used to investigate the (long run) effects of significant historical events. The course will cover both Cliometrics (the analysis of past economic relationships with the modern econometric toolkit) as well as persistent studies (identifying the effect past events have on today's differences in economic activity).

      Literatur:

      - Koyama, Mark & Jared, Rubin (2022): "How the World became Rich: The Historical Origins of Economic Growth", Wiley Publishers.

      - Henrich, Joseph (2020): "The WEIRDest People in the World: How the West Became Psychologically Peculiar and Particularly Prosperous", Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

      Bemerkungen:

      Students are expected to use the statistical program R during the course. The complementary tutorials are meant to teach the basics of applying R to answer empirical historical questions. Prior knowledge in econometrics and using R is not mandatory but recommended.

      The final grade will mainly be determined by a final exam. Students have the possibility to collect bonus points via a replication exercise of recently published research papers.

    Mehrere Kompetenzbereiche (Areas)

    • Advanced Macroeconomics (379006)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Di. 11:00 - 12:30 (14-tägig) | I-442 und Di. 16:15 - 17:45 (14-tägig) | I-063Gnutzmann-Mkrtchyan
      Inhalt:

      The goal of the course include is to analyse and understand the drivers of macroeconomic outcomes: GDP, per capita income, investment and consumption, employment. This course is largely concerned with:

      • Explaining economic growth and differences in growth across time and countries.
      • Understanding the role of macroeconomic policy in economic growth.
      • Analyse the fluctuations in macroeconomic activity (business cycles).
      • Role of monetary policy in stabilizing macroeconomic fluctuations.

      Standard problems of macroeconomics are examined using advanced methods:

      Empirical applications and testing of the Solow model, Ramsey Model, Overlapping Generations Model, sources of endogenous growth, role of R&D and innovation in economic growth.

      Literatur:

      Core textbook: David Romer, 2012, Advanced Macroeconomics, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill.

      Further reading will be provided during the lectures. We will read and discuss journal articles that test empirically the models that form our current understanding of sources of economic growth.

    • Exercise Advanced Macroeconomics (379011)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Mo. 11:00 - 12:30 | I-063Oliveira
    • Advanced Macroeconomics II (379014)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Di. 11:00 - 12:30 (14-tägig) | I-442 und Di. 16:15 - 17:45 (14-tägig) | I-063Gnutzmann-Mkrtchyan
      Inhalt:

      Standard problems of macroeconomics are examined using advanced methods:

      • The Role of Research and Development for Economic Growth
      • Real Business Cycle Theory
      • New Keynesian Macroeconomics
      • Empirical applications
      Literatur:

      Core textbook: David Romer, 2012, Advanced Macroeconomics, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill. Chapters 3, 5-6. Further reading will be provided during the lectures.

    • Empirical Development Economics (379043)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Do. 07:30 - 09:00 | Synchrone Online-LehreHaux
      Inhalt:

      We begin by introducing quantitative approaches to development economics, namely quasi-experiments. By using state of the art papers, we will teach you these approaches. A further focus will lie on introducing you to relevant literature and teaching you to assess these papers critically. Hence, you will be asked to submit a referee report by the end of December, which will make up 20% of your final mark.

      To conclude, this lecture aims at giving you the tools to reproduce and understand up-to-date quantitative approaches, present to you relevant literature in this area, and finally, spur critical thinking in you. Therefore, we will provide room for interactive participation and expect you to partake in discussions. For a more personal and inviting environment, we strongly support a switch-on-your-camera-please policy.

      Literatur:
      • Söderbom et al. (2015): “Empirical Development Economics”. Routledge.
      • Other recent papers related to the topics (tba)
      Bemerkungen:

      There will be an accompanying exercise class.

    • International Econometrics (379052)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Mi. 09:15 - 10:45 | I-063Hock
      Inhalt:

      The course “International Econometrics” shall enable students to understand why nations trade, what they trade and the consequences of trade policies. Students will be provided with the necessary theoretical background in international trade and a toolbox to conduct economic analyses. Important trade theories such as the Ricardian trade model or the Melitz model will be discussed, and specifically for empirical analysis purposes inter alia the gravity model of international trade will be introduced. Biweekly tutorials will guide students through assignments in R (RStudio) with the goal of reaching a solid software knowledge by the end of this course. Within RStudio descriptive and empirical analyses will be conducted and interpreted using real world data. Throughout the entire course, students are strongly encouraged to solve problem sets by coding themselves, discussing problems in the Forum on Stud.IP and/or contacting the lecturer (email/appointment).

      Bemerkungen:

      No previous coding knowledge is required. Econometric and microeconomic knowledge is required.

    • Exercise International Econometrics (379053)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Di. 09:15 - 10:45 (14-tägig) | II-214Oliveira
    • Exercise Advanced Macroeconomics II (379058)

      Termine:Lehrpersonen:
      Mo. 11:00 - 12:30 | I-063Oliveira
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