This course deals with fundamental statistical methods and their applicability in business administration and economics. Students will be enabled to analyze economic theories and issues statistically and to interpret the results with regard to their content. After completion the students should have a methodological base for further studies.
Data Collection and Data Presentation
Schira, J. (2012): Statistische Methoden der VWL und BWL. Pearson Studium.
BA: Seminar - Applied Econometrics
28.06, 9:30 - 16:30 Uhr
Prof. M. Caliendo
Preliminary meeting: 11.04 at 16.00, Room 3.06.S21.
Allocation of topics: 16.04 at 16.00, Room 3.06.S21.
Deadline: 18.06 at 24.00.
Colloquium: 28.06, 9.30 - 16.30.
Seminar paper (approx. 15 pages)
Participation in colloquium
Commenting on another presentation
Economics: BA-S-600, B.VM.VWL.710, B.VM.VWL.410
This seminar builds on the knowledge and the abilities provided by the courses "BA: Statistics" and "BA: Empirical Economics / Econometrics". We will use case studies from different economic fields (e.g. Labor, Public Policy or Entrepreneurship) to discuss different empirical questions.
Selected areas from theory and practice:
Start-Up Subsidies and Entrepreneurship Dynamics
Personality Traits, Preferences and Economic Outcomes