Seminar for Macroeconomics
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Professor Gerhard Illing is teaching the following courses on a regular basis:

Macroeconomics (Makroökonomie I)

The course is based on the German adaption of Olivier Blanchard, Macroeconomics, Pearson. Note: This course is taught in German as our first year BA course. For more information – all in German – please visit our German Homepage.

Monetary Theory & Practics

This course covers Theory and Practise of Modern Central banking at an advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate level. Currently, the course is taught in German. For more information – all in German – please visit our German Homepage.

Monetary Economics (Währungstheorie)

This course covers International Monetary Economics at an advanced undergraduate level. The course is taught in German. For more information – all in German – please visit our German Homepage.

Advanced Seminar (Schwerpunktseminar)

In addition to the courses taught, each year, seminars are offered with student presentations covering specific topics at an advanced undergraduate level. These seminars are usually held once a year, they are all in German.

 

TermFirst year BA coursesAdvanced level
Winter Term 2017/2018 

Macroeconomics I Monetary Theory
Advanced Seminar
Summer Term 2017 Macroeconomics II
Foundations of Economics II
Monetary Economics
Advanced Seminar