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Course directory - SS 2021
Lectures and Courses in English (International Studies) (SS 2021) 31 Veranstaltungen
No. Title Zeit/Ort Lecturers
Accounting & Taxation Course details

Lecture and exercises in English language

Tuesday: 15:30 - 17:00, weekly (from 13/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kraft,
Sven Hentschel, M.Sc., LL.M. oec.
Advanced Management Accounting Course details

The Participation in this course is obligatory. We keep a presence list. If you are unable to attend an appointment, please contact us.

Within management accounting the field of behavioral management accounting has emerged as a specific methodological approach. Taking a behavioral perspective on issues of management accounting, it analyzes how de-facto decision making deviates from the standard economic assumptions.
Behavioral deviations from standard assumptions may refer to cognitive restrictions, asymmetric risk-taking, or the relevance of social preferences.
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to important questions, methodologies, and research results of behavioral management accounting. Based on classic readings as well as topical research papers, we will discuss various approaches and findings, and explore their implications for a modern understanding of management accounting.

Monday: 13:00 - 14:30, weekly (from 12/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Philipp Schreck
C2- Deutsch für internationale Studierende und Mitarbeiter*innen Course details

Monday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 19/04/21) n.a
Thursday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 22/04/21) n.a
Frank Schulze
Cost Accounting Course details

learning objectives:
The course introduces students to management accounting and its supporting role for decision making in a business environment. The course comprises both an introduction to and application of a multitude of budgeting schemes as is outlined in the content section.

Content:
1. An Introduction to Management Accounting, Cost Terms and Purposes
2. Job Costing
3. Activity-Based Costing
4. Process Costing
5. Allocation of Support-Department Costs
6. Inventory Costing
7. Determining How Costs Behave
8. Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
9. Decision Making and Relevant Information

Monday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 12/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Philipp Schreck,
Tobias Hübotter
Cost Accounting Tutorial Course details The course times are not decided yet. Tobias Hübotter
Economy, State and Society (SO2) Course details Thursday: 13:00 - 14:30, weekly (from 15/04/21) n.a
Dr. Walter Bartl
Economy, State and Society (SO2) (Vorlesung) Course details Wednesday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 14/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Reinhold Sackmann
Evidence-based Policy Advice Course details The course times are not decided yet. PD Dr. Mirko Titze,
Matthias Brachert,
Dr. Eva Dettmann,
Sarah Fritz
Exercise Introductory Econometrics Course details Thursday: 13:00 - 14:30, weekly (from 22/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder,
Dr. Tugba Zeydanli
Exercise Statistics I Course details Friday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 23/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder,
Sachintha Sarasi Fernando
Financial Economics I Course details The course times are not decided yet. Prof. Dr. Jörg Laitenberger,
Julia Lang
Financial Economics I (Ü) Course details The course times are not decided yet. Julia Lang
Growth and Development II Course details The course times are not decided yet. Prof. Dr. Wolf-Heimo Grieben
Intermediate Microeconomics Course details

Microeconomics is a scientific method that helps to explain social phenomena. Its main question is: How does a change of data change the rates? Examples: How does a society’s rate of unemployment react when the employers withdraw from financing of social security payments? How does its crime rate react to cutbacks in the social welfare system? How does the inflation rate change when the amount of money rises? How does the birth rate react to the rising of prices for childcare? How does the social saving rate react to higher interest rates?

To analyze those reactions, the lectures proceed in three steps: In a first step the participants of a market are analyzed separately (households and companies, respectively). In a second step, the interaction of the participants in a market is analyzed. Finally, the analysis of the market is deepened further by an exploration of the institutional framework into which the markets are embedded (state, insurance market, credit market).

The course times are not decided yet. Prof. Dr. Ingo Pies,
Sebastian Everding,
Felix Carl Schultz
Intermediate Microeconomics (Übung) Course details

Microeconomics is a scientific method that helps to explain social phenomena. Its main question is: How does a change of data change the rates? Examples: How does a society’s rate of unemployment react when the employers withdraw from financing of social security payments? How does its crime rate react to cutbacks in the social welfare system? How does the inflation rate change when the amount of money rises? How does the birth rate react to the rising of prices for childcare? How does the social saving rate react to higher interest rates?

To analyze those reactions, the lectures proceed in three steps: In a first step the participants of a market are analyzed separately (households and companies, respectively). In a second step, the interaction of the participants in a market is analyzed. Finally, the analysis of the market is deepened further by an exploration of the institutional framework into which the markets are embedded (state, insurance market, credit market).

Monday: 13:00 - 14:30, weekly (from 12/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Ingo Pies,
Sebastian Everding,
Felix Carl Schultz
International Economics Course details Thursday: 13:00 - 15:30, weekly (from 22/04/21) n.a
Prof.Dr. Lars Börner
International Finance Course details Thursday: 15:30 - 17:00, weekly (from 15/04/21) n.a
Jun.-Prof. Xiang Li
International Finance Course details Tuesday: 15:30 - 17:00, weekly (from 13/04/21) n.a
Jun.-Prof. Xiang Li
Introduction to nonprofit sector studies Course details

Nonprofit organizations are gaining increasing recognition from policy-makers, practitioners, and academics. Located in the contested arena between the market and the state, they combine private initiative with the pursuit of public interest. This lecture will introduce the basic economic theories of the nonprofit sector, outline new theoretical debates in the field of nonprofit economics, and provide background on selected types of nonprofit organizations and activities. The objective of the lecture is to make students more aware of the growing societal role of nonprofit organizations as well as more knowledgeable about tensions and challenges these organizations face. The focus of the lecture is on conceptual and theoretical issues.

Friday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 16/04/21) n.a
PD Dr. Vladislav Valentinov
Introductory Econometrics Course details Tuesday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 13/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder,
Dr. Tugba Zeydanli
Macroeconomics II Course details The course times are not decided yet. Prof. Dr. Wolf-Heimo Grieben,
Adeel Ahmad Dar,
Matias Alejandro Cabello Soro
Macroeconomics II (Lecture) Course details The course times are not decided yet. Prof. Dr. Wolf-Heimo Grieben
Marketing Strategy Course details

According to the decision of the Examination Committee and the Faculty Council, this lecture is limited in terms of the number of participants. The allocation of space takes place in the Lottery procedure.

Tuesday: 08:00 - 09:30, weekly (from 13/04/21) n.a
Tuesday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 13/04/21) n.a
Hicham Al Sabbagh
Mathematics II (Exercise) Course details The course times are not decided yet. M. Sc Martin Behnke
Mathematics II (Lecture) Course details The course times are not decided yet. M. Sc Martin Behnke
PC-Tutorial Introductory Econometrics (1) Course details Wednesday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 05/05/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder
PC-Tutorial Introductory Econometrics (2) Course details Wednesday: 13:00 - 14:30, weekly (from 05/05/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder
Schätzen und Testen (Statistical Tests and Estimators) Course details The course times are not decided yet. Prof. Dr. Claudia Becker,
Susanne Kirschstein-Barczewski, Dipl.-VW,
Christoph Herrmann, M. Sc.,
Sebastian Rhein, M. Sc,
David Lukas, M. Sc
Statistics I Course details Thursday: 10:30 - 12:00, weekly (from 15/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunder
Übung Schätzen und Testen (Statistical Tests and Estimators) Course details Monday: 15:30 - 17:00, weekly (from 19/04/21) n.a
Prof. Dr. Claudia Becker,
Susanne Kirschstein-Barczewski, Dipl.-VW,
Christoph Herrmann, M. Sc.,
Sebastian Rhein, M. Sc,
David Lukas, M. Sc
GEO.05989 GEO.05989: Numerical groundwater modelling, flow modelling: 6.-10.9.21 Course details Dates on Monday. 06.09.21 - Friday. 10.09.21 09:00 - 16:00 Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gossel,
M.Sc. Hesam Soltan Mohammadi