Summer Term 2020
|LE (2 SWS)||20.04.2020 - 24.07.2020||Monday 14.00 - 16.00||3.06.H04||Dr. Sylvi Rzepka|
|PR (2 SWS)||20.04.2020 - 24.07.2020||Tuesday 12.00 - 14.00||3.06.H08||Markus Müller|
|PR (2 SWS)||20.04.2020 - 24.07.2020||Tuesday 16.00 - 18.00||3.06.H08||Dr. Sylvi Rzepka|
|PR (2 SWS)||20.04.2020 - 24.07.2020||Wednesday 14.00 - 16.00||3.06.H08||Daniel Rodríguez|
|PR (2 SWS)||20.04.2020 - 24.07.2020||Wednesday 16.00 - 18.00||3.06.H08||Paula Körner|
|PR (2 SWS)||20.04.2020 - 24.07.2020||Thursday 14.00 - 16.00||3.06.H08||Paula Körner|
The lecture "Introduction to Statistics“ will take place (initially) online. The teaching is planned to be mainly asynchronous. At the beginning of the semester (April 20th, 2020) you will find all information and learning materials on Moodle under "Statistics_2020" (Lecturer: Dr. Sylvi Rzepka). In the first week of lectures, access to the Moodle course will not require a password. After that, please register by email: rzepkauempwifo.uni-potsdampde
Replacement dates for holidays
- Lecture: 30.04., 16.00 - 18.00, H04.
- Written exam (90 min.)
- B.BM.VWL.410, B.VM.VWL.510, BA-600, BA-P-601, B51
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.
- Descriptive Statistics
- Data Collection and Data Presentation
- Probability Calculus
- Inferential Statistics
- Schira, J. (2016): Statistische Methoden der VWL und BWL. Pearson Studium.
- Schlittgen, R. (2012): Einführung in die Statistik. Oldenbourg Verlag.
|SE||20.04.2020 - 24.06.2020||See announcement||Prof. M. Caliendo, Cosima Obst|
- Seminar announcement (German)
- Formal requirements (German)
- Template: Declaration of academic honesty (German)
- Template: Declaration of consent (German)
Coronavirus update: The Kick-off meeting will take place on April 20, at 4 p.m. online on Zoom. You will receive an invitation via email after registering for the kick-off meeting. We will stay in direct contact with the participants to arrange the remaining dates.
- 19.04.20: Pre-registration via email
- 20.04.20: Kick-off Meeting: 4pm, room 3.06.S12
- 26.04.20: Registration via per email with topic preferences.
- 27.04.20: Allocation of the topics.
- 27.04.20: Introductory meeting: 4pm (probably until 7pm), room 03.06.S12
- 08.05 to 19.06.20: Periodic meetings , every Friday, 10am-12pm, room 3.01.1.65a
- till 10.05.20: Registration on PULS for seminar and portfolio presentation
- 20.05 and 27.05: Intermediate presentation: both dates 4pm, room S12.
- 17.06.20: Submission deadline: 12pm, 2x printed; electronic version via email.
- 24.06.20: Final presentations and discussions: 9am, room S14/S18/S21
- Participation in all meetings
- Compliance with all dates and deadlines
- Seminar paper (max. 15 pages)
- Final presentation
- Economics: BA-S-600, B.VM.VWL.710, B.VM.VWL.410, B.VM.VWL.510, B.VM.VWL.113
- BA: Statistics
- BA: Empirical Economics / Econometrics
|C||20.04.2020 - 20.07.2020||Monday 16.00-18.00||3.06.S12||Prof. M. Caliendo|
Students enroll in this colloquium during their Bachelor thesis.
- Economics: B.FK.VWL.110, B.KO.PUW.110
BA: Introduction to Computer-Based Data Analysis (Key Skill)
More information can be found on the homepage of the Chair of Methods of Empirical Social Research of Prof. Dr. U. Kohler.
MA: Public Policy Evaluation
|LE (2 SWS)|
20.04.2020 - 05.06.2020
Monday 10.00 - 12.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 12.00
Friday 10.00 - 14.00
Monday / Friday
|Prof. M. Caliendo|
|A-PR (2 SWS)|
12.05.2020 - 16.06.2019
|Tuesday 10.00 - 12.00||3.07.0.39|
|A-PR (STATA/Q&A)||irregular schedule|
see time schedule
The course is held in English.
- Written exam (90 min)
- Active participation and presentation in practical sessions
- Term paper
- MA-S-600, MA-061
- MA: Advanced Microeconometrics strongly recommended
The aim of this course is to provide participants with a deeper understanding of microeconometric estimation techniques. We will use the topic “Policy Evaluation” to illustrate and discuss several methods under various types of assumptions.
- Causality and the Potential Outcome Framework
- Instrumental Variables
- Regression Discontinuity
The lecture will be complemented by a practical computer session where the estimators will be implemented using STATA.
- Caliendo, M. and Hujer, R. (2006): The Microeconometric Estimation of Treatment Effects - An Overview, Journal of the German Statistical Society / Allgemeines Statistisches Archiv, 90(1), 197-212.
- Imbens, G., and J.M. Wooldridge (2009): Recent Developments in the Econometrics of Program Evaluation, Journal of Economic Literature, 47(1), 5-86.
- A detailed reading list with relevant papers will be distributed in due time.
MA: Research Colloquium
|C||20.04.2020 - 20.07.2020||Monday 18.00 - 20.00||3.06.S12||Prof. M. Caliendo|
Students enroll in this colloquium during their Master thesis.
The event is held in English.
- Economics: MA-F-100, MA-FK-600