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Grunddaten
Veranstaltungsart Vorlesung mit Übung Kurztext
Veranstaltungsnummer 801338 SWS 4.00
Semester WiSe 2021/22 Studienjahr
Erwartete Teilnehmer/-innen 20 Hyperlink
Turnus jedes 2. Semester
Credits 6
Sprache englisch
Termine :
  Tag Zeit Turnus Termin Raum Lehrperson Status Bemerkung fällt aus am Max. Teilnehmer/-innen Module
Einzeltermine anzeigen Di. 14:15 bis 15:45 wöch. 26.10.2021  bis
08.02.2022
Verfügungsgebäude - PIZ 5361 - VG 4.101
Lageplan
      42
Einzeltermine anzeigen Do. 10:15 bis 11:45 wöch. 28.10.2021  bis
10.02.2022
ZHG - ZHG005
Lageplan
      30
Prüfungstermine :
  Tag Zeit Turnus Termin Raum Lehrperson Status Bemerkung fällt aus am Max. Teilnehmer/-innen Module
Einzeltermine anzeigen Do. 10:00 bis 12:00 Klausur 24.02.2022          30


Zugeordnete Person
Zugeordnete Person Zuständigkeit
Müller, Stephan, Dr. rer. pol. verantwortlich
Prüfungen / Module
Modul Studiengänge
M.WIWI-VWL.0001.Mp: Advanced Microeconomics
Modulbeschreibung
Master → Development Economics →CLE-CLE - Elective Area (6C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Development Economics →CLE-GOE - Elective Area (18C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Development Economics →Elective Area (18C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Development Economics →FLO-GOE - Optional Compulsory Modules - Quantitative Economics (6C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → International Economics →GRO-GOE - Compulsory Modules (24C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Mathematik →Master - Nebenfach Volkswirtschaftslehre (Profil F) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Steuerlehre →Methodenbereich (12 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Finanzen, Rechnungswesen und Steuern →Methodenbereich (6 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Development Economics →Optional Compulsory Modules (30C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → History of global markets →Profilbereich →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → History of global markets →Profilbereich (24C aus Profil + 6C Wahl) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Development Economics →STE-GOE - Compulsory Modules (for GOE students) (24C ab WS 19/20) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Development Economics →STE-STE - Elective Area (30C) (for STE students) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → International Economics →Volkswirtschaftliche Vertiefung - Pflichtmodule (24 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Steuerlehre →Wahlbereich (12 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Global Business →Wahlbereich (18-24C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Unternehmensführung →Wahlbereich (18C ab PO 12.04.2019) (24C bis PO 21.08.2018) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Finanzen, Rechnungswesen und Steuern →Wahlbereich (24 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Marketing und E-Business →Wahlbereich (30 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics
Master → Wirtschaftsinformatik →Wahlbereich (42 C) →M.WIWI-VWL.0001: Advanced Microeconomics

Weitere Informationen zu den Prüfungsordnungen und Modulverzeichnissen finden Sie hier: Studienfächer von A-Z
Zuordnung zu Einrichtungen
Mikroökonomik
Development Economics
Inhalt
Organisatorisches

Learning outcome, core skills:

This course covers advanced microeconomic models. In this regard students are provided with the skills required to understand these models including advanced methods of calculus and basic proof techniques. Students learn how to formalize and analyze individual decision making and strategic interactions. They will get acquainted with models of individual choice under certainty and uncertainty. Students will be able to analyze decision problems of firms. They can distinguish between partial analysis of isolated markets and a general analysis considering mutual dependencies of markets. Finally, students will be able to formalize strategic interactions and to predict their theoretical outcomes based on a variety of solution concepts.

Workload:

Attendance time: 56 h

Self-study time: 124 h

 

Voraussetzungen

Pre-requisites

Microeconomics, Mathematical Economics, Calculus

Admission requirements:

none

 

Recommended previous knowledge:

BA level microeconomics and mathematics

 

Language: English

Person responsible for module:

Prof. Dr. Claudia Keser

Prof. Marcela Ibanez Diaz

 

Course frequency:

each semester

 

Duration:

1 semester[s]

 

Number of repeat examinations permitted:

twice

 

Recommended semester:

1 - 2

 

Maximum number of students:

not limited

 

Bemerkung

1. Advanced Microeconomics (Lecture) 2 WLH

Contents:

This course presents a formal treatment of microeconomic theory.

1. Rational choice under certainty

2. Consumer theory

3. Rational choice under uncertainty

4. Partial equilibrium

5. General equilibrium

6. Game theory

2. Advanced Microeconomics (Tutorial) 2 WLH

Contents:

The exercise deepens the understanding of concepts presented in the lecture. Students

will receive problem sets, which they are requested to prepare at home. The solutions of

these problem sets will be discussed in class.

 

Zielgruppe

MA in International Economics.

MA Development Economics

PhD in Economics,

MA Sustainable International Agriculture

MA Agrarwissenschaften

Leistungsnachweis

Examination: Exam (90 minutes each)

Examination requirements:

• Demonstrate the capability to understand advanced economic models

• Demonstrate the understanding of the main concepts of individual choice theory

• Apply techniques developed in the lecture and in the exercise such as the method

of Lagrange multipliers or the Edgeworth Box

• Demonstrate the basic knowledge of the theory of partial and general equilibrium

• Prove the ability to solve analytical exercises

• Find the game theoretical solutions to strategic interactions

• Conduct advanced calculations

Number of repeat examinations permitted:

Two


Strukturbaum

Die Veranstaltung wurde 2 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis WiSe 2021/22 gefunden: