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B-SEM/INST a — Seminar on Institutional Economics a
(dt. Seminar Institutionenökonomie a)

Level, degree of commitment Specialization module, compulsory elective module
Forms of teaching and learning,
Lehr- and Lernform: - term paper of a project (seminararbeit) - presentation of interim and final results - private study - discussion of theoretical and practical content in small groups, teams, and free class discussions,
180 hours (attendance: 28 hours preparation and follow-up: 120 hours Begleitende Lektüre: 32 hours)
Credit points,
formal requirements
6 CP
Course requirement(s): Translation is missing, sorry. German original:
Hausarbeit (3 LP) + Referat oder Klausur (30 Minuten, 3 LP) (mit Notenausgleich)
Examination type: Translation is missing, sorry. German original:
Keine Studienleistungen, jedoch Anwesenheitspflicht
The grading is done with 0 to 15 points according to the examination regulations for the degree program B.Sc. Economics.
One semester,
each semester
Person in charge of the module's outline N.N.


The content of this seminar can be related to institutional economic theories themselves, but especially to all macroeconomic and microeconomic problem areas in which institutional economic approaches can be used.

Qualification Goals

The goal of the seminar is for students to work independently in institutional economics as part of their term paper and to discuss their results with others. In addition to the competence of independent institutional economic analysis, students should also acquire basic skills for scientific work.




Module imported from B.Sc. Economics.

When studying M.Sc. Mathematics, this module can be attended in the study area Minor subject Economics.

Recommended Reading

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