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2 2 Contents 1) Overview of the Master Program Economic Behaviour and Governance (EB&Go) Page 2 2) Contact details and office hours 6 3) Further information on the University of Kassel and on living in Kassel 7 4) ABCs and abbrevations 12 5) Courses for the Master Program Economic Behaviour and Governance in winter term 2013/2014 and outlook on summer term ) Overview of the Master Program Economic Behaviour and Governance (EB&Go) The Master in EB&Go focuses on the major fields of research of the faculty at the Institute of Economics. The Master is consecutive and highly research orientated. In our courses, we introduce students to the modern concepts in behavioral economics and to the empirical research methods in this field. Students will be able to apply these methods and tools in order to analyze important economic policy issues. The Master in EB&Go qualifies for positions in academia, government agencies and public administration, supranational organizations, and NGOs as well as large firms. The program is designed to be completed in three semesters on intensive course work and consists of eleven modules and the Master thesis and colloquium. Students can enter the Master program every semester. Given the large number of courses in English language and the opportunity to write the Master thesis in English, it is possible to graduate entirely with courses held in English. No knowledge of German is required for participation in the program. However, German- speaking students can acquire up to two third of the credits in German. For the completion of this Master Program a total of 90 credits will be awarded. Out of these, 24 credits will be awarded for the final module consisting of the Master thesis and Master colloquium only. The following time table offers an overview of the modules and represents one possibility to structure the Master Program. You can choose between different courses within every module. Further, you are free to structure the order of modules. We advise students to complete module 2A or 2B,module 3A or 3B and module 1A or 1B before completing module 5 or module 6. Do not "overload" your time table, every course needs time to prepare and to fulfil the requirements.

3 3 Semester III 30 Credits II 30 Credits I 30 Credits Module 6: Seminar in Governance 6 Credits Modules 3 A+B: Governance (Bischoff, Bünstorf, Michaelis, Ziegler, von Wangenheim, N.N.) 6+6 Credits Module 5: Seminar in Economic Behaviour 6 Credits 3+3 Credits Modules 2 A+B: Economic Behaviour (Beckenbach, Frank, Bischoff, Voßkamp, Ohly) 6+6 Credits Master thesis and colloqium Module 7: Additive skills 24 Credits Modules 4 A+B: Advanced Topics in Corporate Governance, Consumer Behaviour and Management (N.N., different lecturers) 6+6 Credits Modules 1 A+B: Research Methods (Ziegler, Kosfeld, Frank, N.N.) 6+6 Credits Module 1 A+B Research Methods: The modules are designed to introduce students to advanced empirical research methods in economics and train them to apply these methods to test theories and analyse economic policy problems and governance issues. Module 1A (Econometrics) focuses on econometric methods. In module 1B (Selected Methods), students can choose between courses on different methods (e.g. qualitative methods, experimental economics, simulation techniques). Module 2 A+B Economic Behaviour: The focus of these two modules is to obtain knowledge in advanced modelling techniques of agent s behaviour in different economic situations. Students are introduced to a number of different theories in the field of behavioural economics; they learn to apply empirical research methods (especially experimental methods) and to explore more deeply the factors that drive human behaviour. Module 2A (Models) focusses the theoretical models in Behavioural Economics while module 2B (Applications) introduces students to the application these models to analyse human behavior in specific economic contexts (e.g., entrepreneurship, public economics). Module 3 A+B Governance: The modules concentrate on the field of economic policy and governance issues. Students learn to apply empirical research methods and theoretical concepts to address questions of economic policy and governance. A special emphasis rests on the application of approaches from behavioural economics and on public choice concepts. Module 3A (Institutions and the Public Sector) focuses on modern concepts of governance and institutions in the public sector. In module 3B (Policy and Market

4 4 Dynamics) students are introduced to governance issues in specific fields of economic policy with a special role on market dynamics. Module 4 A+B Advanced Topics in Corporate Governance, Consumer Behaviour and Management: Advanced concepts and methods in the field of business administration are the main focus of these modules. Students obtain analytical skills in the field of corporate management, consumer behaviour and consumer research. Module 4A (Corporate Governance and Management) concentrates on advanced topics in the field of corporate governance and management (e.g. human resources or supply chain management). Module 4B (Consumer Behaviour and Management) introduces students to advanced issues in the field of consumer behavior and the subsequent management tools (e.g., dialog marketing). Module 5 Seminar in Economic Behaviour: In this module, students have to apply their obtained knowledge on a specific research question in the field of economic behaviour. Module 6 Seminar in Governance: In this module, students have to apply their obtained knowledge to a specific problem in the field of governance. The seminars focus on contemporary challenges in the field of economic policies and governance. Module 7 Additive skills: The module provides students with the opportunity to train their key skills. Students can acquire the knowledge and skills to execute and control interpersonal and intercultural communication and interaction. In addition, they can gain insights to theories, concepts and methods of other disciplines. This module is introduced to inspire students to look beyond the scope of economics, develop their personality and broaden their labour market opportunities. Courses offered In modules 1A- 4B, we offer at least 2 courses with a total of 12 ECTS points within each academic year;at least one will be offered in English. In the seminar modules 5 and 6, we offer at least 1 course with 6 ECTS points held in English every semester. In module 7, students can choose from a large variety of courses every semester. Module examinations In general, each of the modules 1A- 6 requires students to pass one academic assessment (e.g. exam, term paper + presentation). You will pass a module examination if this assessment is graded sufficient at least. You can repeat failed assessments twice. Written assignments (term papers) can be completed during the semester break.

5 5 Master thesis and Master colloquium The topic for the Master thesis will not be issued until the 2 nd semester of the studies. In order to apply for the Master thesis it is necessary to prove that a total of 54 credits have already been accomplished successfully. Find either a professor or a lecturer with a PhD to advise you and present that person a short outline of your research question and research design. The total processing time of the Master thesis is 4 months. The processing time begins on the date of notification of the topic. The Master thesis is to be submitted to the Examination Board in two bound copies as well as one electronic copy. You can write the thesis in German as well as in English. Afterwards, you need to present the Master thesis in the Master colloquium. This colloquium will be attended by the first evaluator and an assessor. It will take place no longer than 10 weeks after the Master thesis has been submitted to the Examination Board. Further requirement to participate in the colloquium is that the minimum grade sufficient has been achieved with the Master thesis. In the colloquium you first have to present your Master thesis and then a discussion follows in which you have to answer specific queries on your thesis. The duration of the colloquium is at least 30, but no more than 60 minutes. In order to pass the final module, the Master thesis as well as the Master colloquium must have been rated sufficient at least. In cases where the colloquium has not been rated sufficient it may be repeated once. Final Grade The overall final grade of the Master program is calculated from the average of: - the final grade for modules 1A- 6 (weighted with 70%) and - the grade of the Master thesis module (thesis and colloquium) (weighted with 30%) The overall grade for the master program is determined by the following averages: < 1.5 very good (sehr gut) 1,5 good (gut) 2,5 satisfactory (befriedigend) 3,5 sufficient (ausreichend) 4,0 insufficient (nicht ausreichend) If all three grades (modules 1A- 6, Master thesis, Master colloquium) are very good, the over all grade will be excellent (mit Auszeichnung bestanden). When calculating the overall final grade, the grades for module 7 (Additives Skills) are disregarded becaue students are encouraged to choose courses in these two modules solely based on their subjective interests and preferences. When do you need to contact the Board of Examiners? - For all kind of previous work you would like to get credits for - Credits from stays abroad during or from other universities during the master program - Complaints about instructors in case the matters could not be solved with the instructor

6 6 Write to: Prüfungsausschuss Economic Behaviour and Governance, Prof. Dr. Jochen Michaelis, Room 3208a, NP 4, kassel.de Student Representation There is one student representative on the Examination Board. The period of appointment for students is one year and can be prolonged. All students of the faculty of Economics and Management elect every year their representatives in departmental (Fachschaft) and university- wide (AstA/Studierendenparlament) affairs. These representatives welcome any student who wants to be active in student affairs. The Fachschaft meets every two weeks, Nora- Platiel- Straße 04, Room For more information please visit kassel.de/fb07/fachschaft. Registration for Courses Within the first two weeks of each semester you have to register officially for those courses that should count for your degree. This is important because in case you fail a course, you are allowed to repeat that course only twice. Registration for the courses is conducted through the following website: https://portal.uni- kassel.de/qisserver/. Requirements for Courses Work Load The course- specific examinations vary from course to course. The instructor will announce the requirements at the beginning of the respective course. In this master program, we offer courses that count from 3 to 6 credits. The workload (class room participation, reading, writing) for a 6- credits course is 180 hours. Plagiarism: You are expected to write your own papers. Do not engage in copy and paste operations with downloaded (internet) materials. If you attempt to influence the result of your examination through deception or by using non- permissible aids, the examination is marked fail. In serious cases the board of examiners can bar you from future examinations. Thus, learn to cite correctly. Grades Grades are numbers, the best grade is a 1, next is 1,3; 1,7; 2; 2,3 until 4. The grade 4,3 is failed. 2) Contact details and office hours Responsible for the Study Program Prof. Dr. Ivo Bischoff Chair of Public Economics Nora- Platiel- Str Kassel

7 7 Phone: E- Mail: kassel.de Office Hours: Thursday, or upon appointment Contact Person Sabrina Müller Nora- Platiel- Straße Kassel Room 1211 Phone: E- Mail: kassel.de Office Hours: Thursday, and ) Further information on the University of Kassel and on living in Kassel Contact persons and services at the University of Kassel Student Services Student Services, or Studienservice, is in charge of all the formalities at the University such as application, acceptance, matriculation, address or major change etc. as well as student advising. If you are an international student studying at the University of Kassel full- time (i.e. more than just a semester or two), Student Services should be your first contact point. Student Services is located at: Mönchebergstrasse 19. Phone: Fax: kassel.de kassel.de/uni/studium/beratung/erstinformation.html Student Services is open to the public Monday- Thursday, 10 am- 3pm and Friday 10 am 12 pm. The International Office is in charge of maintaining cooperations with the sister universities, arranging studies abroad for students at the University of Kassel, and taking care of the exchange students here in Kassel. If you are an exchange or program student (SOKRATES/ERASMUS, DAAD, etc.), the International Office, or Akademisches Auslandsamt, should be your first contact point. The International Office is located at: Mönchebergstrasse 19 The International Office is open to the public Monday- Thursday 1pm- 3pm. Phone: Fax:

8 8 international- kassel.de kassel.de/uni/internationales/international- office/startseite.html The University Language Center The Language Center offers a variety of programs and language courses throughout the semester. There are classes from beginning to certificate level, as well as supplementary courses, language tandem programs and other foreign language activities. If you need to brush up on your German or want to learn a new language while you are in Kassel, then the Language Center is the place to go. For a full program and contact information, check out the website at: kassel.de/unicms/index.php?id=sz University Sports All students at the University of Kassel who have paid their semester sport fees are allowed to participate in the sport programs available through the university. Many different activities are available - from Aerobics and Afro Dance to Volleyball and Zen Mediation. For the current program and to sign up see: kassel.de/hochschulsport Advice and Counselling The psychosocial advice center (PSB) at the University of Kassel has experienced and well- qualified counsellors and therapists who are here to help you with any problem- no matter how big or small. If you feel that you cannot handle a situation alone and need help call or write an to kassel.de. Our social advice center, run by Mr. Mike Böse, offers a wide- range of advice for German and international students. He can give you information regarding financing your studies, scholarships, university resources, and self- help groups. He also can help you in financial or personal crisis- situations. International students who come to Kassel with their children are not eligible for government aid but Mr. Böse can give you a number of tips on studying with children, where to find a daycare, etc. call or write an to kassel.de. The Studentenwerk also offers legal advising for students at the University of Kassel, free of charge. Legal advising is available on Wednesdays all year long, both during the semester and semester breaks. Please ask for Mr. Schramm. For more information see here kassel.de/rechtsberatung.html. Our Social Services staff provides advising and counselling on an appointment or "walk- in" basis. We speak both English and German, and we are bounded to keep ones confidentiality. The Studentenwerk is designed to help students cope with the non- academic parts of student life. We provide food in our student dining halls and cafeterias, assist students in finding housing in dormitories or on the private market, support students with children,

9 9 provide financial aid, and offer legal and social advice as well as counselling. We are here to support and enhance your studies at the University of Kassel, whether you are with us for one semester or your entire university career. If you have further questions, we are always here for you! Visit us during our office hours (Mondays and Thursdays 10 a.m.- 12 p.m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.) or call or send us an . Studentenwerk Kassel Wolfhager Straße Kassel Phone: kassel.de Dining No matter where you are on the university campus, there is a Studentenwerk cafeteria or dining hall nearby. In all of the dining halls, you can choose from different entrees and a number of different side dishes. Because your dietary preferences are always taken into consideration, we offer vegetarian, non- dairy, organic, as well as religious- friendly options. If you don t see something that fits your dietary needs, just ask. The cafeterias sell sandwiches, snacks and drinks that you can grab when you are in a hurry. If you are looking for something to eat at night, the Bistro K10, Henschelstrasse 2, is open until 8.30 pm during the semester. Library Card The main library of the University of Kassel is located on Diagonale, right in the middle of the campus Holländischer Platz (HoPla). In order to borrow books from the library, you need a library card. You can apply for one at the main library, but it will take a couple of days until you receive it. Bring your passport and a copy of the certificate you received at the Resident Registration Office. For more information see kassel.de/bib. Internet If you bring your own computer from home, are renting one from the Studentenwerk, or just want to use the internet on campus, you need to contact the Hochschulrechenzentrum, or University Computer Center. After you fill out an application and pay a small fee, you will receive a user name and password. You can then log- on to the internet in the student housing or sign- on to a computer at the available Computer Pools on campus. The Computer Center is located at: Mönchebergstraße 11 (next to the TorCafé) Fill out your application and pay in room 2400 (2 nd floor) Open: Monday- Thursday, 9am- 12pm and 1pm- 3:30pm; Friday 9am- 12pm Computer pools are located on the main level in Rooms 180, 190, 220, 240, 250 Open: Monday- Friday, 8am- 10pm; Saturday, 9am- 3:45pm

10 10 Should you have problems with your internet stop by room 230 at the HRZ or contact the computer tutors at the Studentenwerk. More information at: kassel.de/unicms/index.php?id=its Schedule of Courses (Vorlesungsverzeichnis) You can check out the Vorlesungsverzeichnis (Schedule of Courses) at the website of University of Kassel (Home). An advice on how to read the room numbers: Classroom numbers are usually four digits. The first digit refers to the floor in which the room is located. The last three numbers refer to the actual room number. If the classroom number is only three digits long, then it is located on the ground floor. Example: A class in room 3234 is located on the third floor in room 234. Don t be afraid to talk to your lecturers and professors and let them know you are an international student. Many of them are more than willing to help you if you are having problems in their class. Registration As legally required you must go to the Residence Registration Office (Einwohnermeldeamt) in the Town Hall (Rathaus) and let them know your address in Kassel. This must be done within one week after your arrival in Kassel. You simply go in, receive a number from the information desk, and, when your number is called, you fill out the form with the helpf of a person who works there. Keep in mind that you have to pay a small fee of 1,50 for the form. You will be given a copy of this form. Keep it in a safe place. You will need this form to get your residency permit, open a bank account, get a library card, etc. If you move to another apartment in Kassel during your studies, you need to tell the Residence Registration Office your new address. Residence Registration Office Rathaus Obere Königsstr Kassel Monday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Tuesday 8:00 am - 12:30 pm, Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Thursday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Friday 7:00 am - 12:30 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Residence Permit The Foreigners Affairs Office is where you will need to apply for a residency permit. Usually, you will need to bring the following documents with you: Passport Passport photo Visa (if necessary) Registration form from the Resident Registration Office Proof of health insurance Proof of enrollment at the university

11 11 Students also have to prove that they can support themselves financially Typically a fee is also attached to receiving your residency permit. The Foreign Affairs Office Kassel (or Ausländerbehörde der Stadt Kassel) is located at: Kurt- Schumacher- Straße Kassel Phone: Costs The University of Kassel does not charge any tuition fees but so- called social fees (241,63 per semester). In addition, you have to pay for rent, insurance, food, clothes, books, entertainment, and travel. With about 750 a month, you can live pretty comfortable in Kassel and still have money to go to the bar or the movies. There are a number of tips for saving costs when living in Kassel. These include: Borrowing your books for class from the library and/or copy them at a Copy Shop Shop at Aldi, Lidl, Plus, or other cheap grocery stores Go to Ikea for sheets, blankets, kitchen supplies, etc. They have nice and cheap pieces of furniture. To find out how to get there, use the Kassel route- planner and type Kassel Industriepark Waldau/Ikea for your destination. Go to the movies on Kino- Tag (usually, Monday or Tuesday) Rent a computer or TV from the Studentenwerk instead of buying one If you live with others, see if they want to buy big items- microwave, printer, TV, etc- together Show your student ID and you may receive student discounts in museums or recreational facilities Funding and Scholarships In general, German universities do not offer scholarships. There are, however, a number of foundations and organizations that offer scholarships and grants to those wishing to study in Germany. Two great websites to look for scholarships are: (see Support and Scholarship Database ) or available in both German and English. If you need help finding funding you can also contact our social advisor Mr. Mike Böse, at or write an to kassel.de. For more information regarding getting to and studying in Kassel, first steps in Kassel and travelling throughout Germany please visit kassel.de/.

12 12 4) ABCs and abbrevations Universities seem to have a language all of their own. Here are a few words that you will hear often during your studies at the University of Kassel and should know. AAA: Akademisches Auslandsamt or International Office Abt.: Abteilung or division Akademisches Viertel: the academic quarter. This means that class begins 15 minutes later than it is listed in the Schedule of Courses. For example, a class that says it begins at 11, actually begins at 11:15. Most courses follow this rule. AStA: Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss represents the students on campus ca.: circa d.h.: das heißt, or that means DSH: Language test international students are required to pass before studying in Germany ESG: Evangelische Studierendengemeinde. The Protestant Student Group on campus EU- Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom EWR- Countries: Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway Exmatrikulation: Ending your studies at the University of Kassel Fachbereich or FB: the different departments of the University of Kassel. For example, Architecture, Sociology, etc. Grundstudium: The first level of any course of study (usually the first 4 semesters) Hauptstudium: The second level of any course of study, following the Grundstudium. HNA: Hessische Allgemeine Zeitung- the daily newspaper in Kassel HoPla: Abbreviation for Holländischer Platz as place of location HRZ: Hochschulrechenzentrum. The Computer Center ISV: Internationale Studierendenvertretung. Represents the interests of international students at the University of Kassel and tries to help with any problems you may encounter. kassel.de; Phone: KHG: Katholische Hochschulgemeinde. Catholic Student Group on campus Klausur: Written test KSS: Kurt- Schumacher- Straße n.n.: short for nomen nominandum, which means not yet known. NPS or NP: Nora- Platiel- Straße n.v or u.n.v.: (und) nach Vereinbarung, or per appointment R: Room Rückmelden: For each semester you are studying at the University of Kassel, you need to let the University know. You should get a letter in the mail from the university reminding you to pay your semester fees. By paying these fees, you have re- matriculated for the semester. Schein: A Schein is a grade report. It is a small slip of paper you receive after you completed a course. The Schein will have your grade for the course on it. Keep it in a safe place.

13 13 Seminar: A Seminar is a course for a limited number of people in which a specific topic is presented and discussed. Seminars usually require that you do a presentation and write a research paper in order to pass the course. SS or SoSe: Summer semester/term StuPa: Student Parliament Tutorium: Some Seminars and Vorlesungen are so large that it is difficult for the professor to answer students questions. Hence, some courses are divided up into smaller groups where a Tutor goes through each lesson and makes sure everyone understood it. Übung: The word itself means practice and that is exactly what is done. A Übung is a small class in which students learn about a specific technique and then practice using them. usw.: und so weiter, or et cetera Vorlesung: A Vorlesung is a lecture. The professor lectures on a particular topic and you listen and take notes WS: Winter Semester/term z. B.: zum Beispiel, or for example 5) Courses for the Master Program Economic Behaviour and Governance in winter term 2013/14 and summer term 2014 Module 1 A+B Research Methods Courses winter term 2013/2014 Computersimulation mit Akteuren (1B) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Andreas Ernst Tag: Dienstag, c.t. Start: Raum: WA- altes Gebäude (WA 73) - Raum 0426 Schon einfache verhaltenswissenschaftliche Ideen und Theorien sind oft so komplex, dass eine rein experimentell- statistische, analytisch- mathematische oder gar nur verbale Behandlung zur Prüfung der beschriebenen Phänomene nicht mehr ausreicht. Hier setzt Computersimulation ein. Mit ihr können Theorien 'lauffähig' gemacht, Vorhersagen sichtbar gemacht und so detailliert geprüft und Interventionen und Instrumente getestet werden. Verbindendes Element aller vorgestellten Arbeiten ist, dass die Modelle die Entscheider (in der sozialwissenschaftlichen Sprache die 'Akteure', in der Sprache der Informatik die 'Agenten') explizit modellieren. Oft ist dies verbunden mit der Idee, dass beobachtbare gesellschaftliche Phänomene aus vielfachem individuellen Verhalten entstehen (Emergenz). In der Vorlesung und dem Seminar werden einerseits eine Einführung in die wichtigsten Konzepte und Verfahren der Simulation verhaltenswissenschaftlicher Phänomene gegeben und andererseits typische Simulationen vorgestellt und diskutiert. Ziel der Veranstaltung ist es, anhand praktischer Beispiele verschiedene Arten von Simulationen und ihre Bedeutung für die Verhaltenswissenschaften kennen zu lernen. Es soll aber auch zur Diskussion über die Frage anregen, inwieweit wir mit dem Computer menschliches Verhalten nachbilden können. Die Veranstaltung ist eine 4- stündige Verbundveranstaltung, bestehend aus wöchentlich je einem Vorlesungsteil (2- stündig) und einem ebenfalls zweistündigen thematisch passenden Seminar unter

14 14 Beteiligung der Studierenden mit Referaten. Die Vorbereitung der Referate wird vom Dozenten mit Literatur sowie Vor- und Nachbesprechungen unterstützt. Weitere Informationen können über die Homepage des Fachgebietes sowie über Moodle abgerufen werden. Experimental Economics (1B) (this course can also be counted towards module 2) Lecture: Prof. Dr. Björn Frank Day: Mittwoch, Uhr s.t. Start: Room: Arnold- Bode 8, Raum 0113/0114 This seminar is held two hours per week, nevertheless 6 credits can be earned, which is possible because a little more the usual is asked of you. These are the course requirements: You perform an experiment (with the other participants as subjects), analyze the data thereby obtained and present the results, comparing them to those of earlier experiments reported in the literature. All that is group work. Then everyone on his (or her) own writes a seminar paper. One final requirement depends on number and composition of participants and will be discussed in the first weeks. How to register? The electronic registration (HIS) does not what it should, I tend to ignore it. Instead, you must show up at the first session on October 23. I will also be there on October 16 to answer any questions you might have, but the course cannot officially start then and registration will not be open. Topic allocation will also be done on October 23. A list of possible topics (for your experiments and seminar papers) will be available in the first week of the semester. The focus will probably be on negotiation experiments and on real effort experiments. In case you only need 3 credits, requirements can be negotiated. You will present in English, but the paper can be written either in English or in German. Further information will be available on my homepage, but if you already have a question, please write me an kassel.de. Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung (1B) (this course can also be counted towards module 2) Dozent: M.A. Özcan Ihtiyar Tag: Donnerstag Uhr s.t. Start: Raum: Nora- Platiel- Straße 6, Raum 0210 Früh haben von Neumann und Morgenstern aufgezeigt, dass das Verhalten der Menschen anhand einer Nutzenfunktion dargestellt und analysiert werden kann. Klassische Ansätze behaupten, dass der Mensch ein Eigennutzen- Maximierer (Homo Oeconomicus) ist und dieser nur durch materielle Elemente wie Geld determiniert wird. Neuere Ansätze wiederlegen diese Theorie und zeigen, dass das Verhalten der Menschen nicht alleine durch materielle Anreize angetrieben wird. Ziel der Lehrveranstaltung Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung ist es, menschliches Verhalten anhand von eigenen Experimenten zu untersuchen. Die Lehrveranstaltung ist auf 50 Teilnehmer/Innen ausgelegt. Eine verbindliche Platz- und Themenvergabe erfolgt in der ersten Sitzung. Um einen Leistungsnachweis zu erhalten, müssen folgende Teilprüfungen abgelegt werden: - Regelmäßige Teilnahme - Planung und Durchführung eines eigenen Experiments (3- er Gruppe) - Auswertung und Präsentation des Experiments (3- er Gruppe) - Anfertigung einer Hausarbeit bis zum (keine Gruppenarbeit möglich) - Klausur Materialien und sonstige Informationen zur Veranstaltung erhalten Sie im moodle- System.

15 15 Mikroökonometrie (1A+1B) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Andreas Ziegler Tag: Mittwoch, Uhr Start: Raum: Nora- Platiel 4, Raum 1215/1208 Die Veranstaltung soll Studierenden einen Überblick über die wichtigsten Schätzmethoden und statistischen Testverfahren in ausgewählten mikroökonometrischen Modellen geben. Ein besonderer Schwerpunkt liegt dabei in der praktischen Anwendung der entsprechenden Konzepte auf der Grundlage von realen Datensätzen mit Hilfe des wichtigsten mikroökonometrischen Programmpaketes STATA. Der Kurs besteht deshalb aus zwei Teilen, d.h. einem Vorlesungsteil sowie einer integrierten PC- Übung, bei der die Vorlesungsinhalte anhand von Beispielen nachvollzogen werden. Die Mikroökonometrie als Teilgebiet der Ökonometrie untersucht vor allem den Umgang mit Mikrodaten (z.b. auf Individual-, Haushalts- oder Unternehmensebene), die zu einem spezifischen Zeitpunkt an einer Untersuchungseinheit erhoben werden. Da hierbei sehr häufig qualitative abhängige Variablen von Bedeutung sind, werden in der Veranstaltung insbesondere entsprechende ökonometrische Modelle, also z.b. geordnete und ungeordnete diskrete Entscheidungsmodelle (vor allem Logit- und Probitmodelle) oder Zähldatenmodelle (z.b. Poisson- oder negative Binomialmodelle) vorgestellt und diskutiert. Voraussetzung für den Besuch der Veranstaltung sind Kenntnisse der induktiven Statistik sowie der Regressionsanalyse, also des Schätzens und Testens in linearen Regressionsmodellen. Weitere Informationen können über die Homepage des Fachgebietes sowie über Moodle abgerufen werden. Module 2 A+B Economic Behaviour Verhaltensökonomik (2A+2B) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Frank Beckenbach, Prof. Dr. Björn Frank Tag: Donnerstag, Uhr c.t. Start: Raum: Arnold- Bode 8, Raum 0113/0114 Ziele der Lehrveranstaltung: - Kennenlernen der wichtigsten Konzepte im Bereich der Verhaltensökonomik - Vermittlung der Grundkenntnisse zu den verhaltenswissenschaftlichen Methoden (Experimente, Befragungen, Simulationen) - Befähigung zur Durchführung eigener verhaltenswissenschaftlicher Analysen. Inhalte: - Überblick zu den verhaltenswissenschaftlichen Richtungen der Ökonomik (Anomalienforschung, experimentelle Ökonomik, Behavioural Finance, Dilemmaforschung) - Konzeptualisierungen der beschränkten Rationalität in der Ökonomik - Grundlagen der Kognitionspsychologie - Informationsverarbeitung, Wissensgnerierung und Handlungsweisen in unterschiedlichen ökonomischen Kontexten (Unternehmen, Haushalte, Märkte, Umweltnutzung). Weitere Informationen können über das Veranstaltungsverzeichnis HIS LSF abgerufen werden. Experimental Economics (2B) Lecture: Prof. Dr. Björn Frank Day: Mittwoch, Uhr s.t. Start: Room: Arnold- Bode 8, Raum 0113/0114 This seminar is held two hours per week, nevertheless 6 credits can be earned, which is possible

16 16 because a little more the usual is asked of you. These are the course requirements: You perform an experiment (with the other participants as subjects), analyze the data thereby obtained and present the results, comparing them to those of earlier experiments reported in the literature. All that is group work. Then everyone on his (or her) own writes a seminar paper. One final requirement depends on number and composition of participants and will be discussed in the first weeks. How to register? The electronic registration (HIS) does not what it should, I tend to ignore it. Instead, you must show up at the first session on October 23. I will also be there on October 16 to answer any questions you might have, but the course cannot officially start then and registration will not be open. Topic allocation will also be done on October 23. A list of possible topics (for your experiments and seminar papers) will be available in the first week of the semester. The focus will probably be on negotiation experiments and on real effort experiments. In case you only need 3 credits, requirements can be negotiated. You will present in English, but the paper can be written either in English or in German. Further information will be available on my homepage, but if you already have a question, please write me an kassel.de. Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung (2B) Dozent: M.A. Özcan Ihtiyar Tag: Donnerstag Uhr s.t. Start: Raum: Nora- Platiel- Straße 6, Raum 0210 Früh haben von Neumann und Morgenstern aufgezeigt, dass das Verhalten der Menschen anhand einer Nutzenfunktion dargestellt und analysiert werden kann. Klassische Ansätze behaupten, dass der Mensch ein Eigennutzen- Maximierer (Homo Oeconomicus) ist und dieser nur durch materielle Elemente wie Geld determiniert wird. Neuere Ansätze wiederlegen diese Theorie und zeigen, dass das Verhalten der Menschen nicht alleine durch materielle Anreize angetrieben wird. Ziel der Lehrveranstaltung Experimentelle Wirtschaftsforschung ist es, menschliches Verhalten anhand von eigenen Experimenten zu untersuchen. Die Lehrveranstaltung ist auf 50 Teilnehmer/Innen ausgelegt. Eine verbindliche Platz- und Themenvergabe erfolgt in der ersten Sitzung. Um einen Leistungsnachweis zu erhalten, müssen folgende Teilprüfungen abgelegt werden: - Regelmäßige Teilnahme - Planung und Durchführung eines eigenen Experiments (3- er Gruppe) - Auswertung und Präsentation des Experiments (3- er Gruppe) - Anfertigung einer Hausarbeit bis zum (keine Gruppenarbeit möglich) - Klausur Materialien und sonstige Informationen zur Veranstaltung erhalten Sie im moodle- System. Ökonomie und Glück (2A+2B) (this course can also be counted towards module 5) Dozent: Martin Binder Blockseminar Start: , Raum: Arnold- Bode 2, Raum 0408/0409 Was ist Glück, wie können wir es messen, und welche Rolle spielt es in der VWL? Diesen Fragen wollen in dem Seminar Ökonomie und Glück nachgehen und dabei durchleuchten wir die Erkenntnisse der (ökonomischen) Glücksforschung. Dieses junge Forschungsfeld hat Auftrieb gewonnen in den letzten Jahren, und es gibt Ökonomen die behaupten, Glück könne das Nutzenkonzept der VWL materiell mit psychologisch fundiertem Inhalt füllen. Ob Glück ein geeignetes Maß für individuelles Wohlergehen und sozialen Fortschritt ist, wie zuverlässig es

17 17 messbar ist und was den Menschen eigentlich glücklich macht sind Fragen die wir uns in diesem Seminar stellen werden. Ausgehend von der Einstiegsliteratur und der einführenden Vorlesung am ersten Seminartermin sollen die Teilnehmer in ihren Seminararbeiten einen Aspekt der Glücksforschung darstellen und, unter Hinzuziehung weiterer relevanter wissenschaftlicher Texte, kritisch diskutieren. Das Seminar richtet sich an Studierende im Masterstudium. Es gelten die üblichen Teilnahmebedingungen für Seminare nach der Studienordnung der Universität Kassel. Darüber hinaus gilt das hier genannte Kleingedruckte. Es werden die theoretischen und methodischen Kenntnisse aus dem Bachelorstudium vorausgesetzt. Themenvergabe erfolgt gemäß Teilnehmerzahl. Literatur wird hauptsächlich Englisch sein, die Seminararbeit darf auf Deutsch oder Englisch verfasst werden. Weitere Informationen im HIS LSF. Module 3 A+B Governance Advanced Economics of the Environment (3A+3B) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Frank Beckenbach Tag: Dienstag Uhr Start: Raum: Arnold- Bode 8, Raum 0113/0114 Inhalt: - Analyse der umweltrelevanten ökonomischen Akteure - Unsicherheit als Handlungsmerkmal für die Akteure - Innovationen und Routinen als umweltrelevante Handlungsweisen - Explorations- und Substitutionsdynamik bei den er- schöpfbaren Ressourcen - Komplexität und Stabilität bei den erneuerbaren Ressourcen - Ökonomischer Wettbewerb und ökologische Nutzungs- pfade - Soziale Lernprozesse in ökologisch- ökonomischen SystemenQualifikationsziel, Kompetenzen: - Verbindung einer ökonomischen Akteursanalyse mit einer ökologischen Systemanalyse. - Kennenlernen der wichtigsten Theorien zur ökono- mischen bzw. ökologischen Entwicklung - Vermittlung der Fähigkeit zur Analyse und Formulierung von formalen dynamischen Modellen. Weitere Informationen können über das Veranstaltungsverzeichnis HIS LSF abgerufen werden. Intenationales und europäisches Umweltrecht I (3A) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Silke Ruth Laskowski Tag: Donnerstag, Uhr Start: Raum: Arnold- Bode 2, Raum 0401 Lerninhalte: - Globale Umweltprobleme und ihre rechtliche Regulierung - Überblick über das internationale und europäische Umweltrecht - Zusammenspiel über der verschiedenen Rechtsebenen - Bedeutung des Völkerrechts und EU- Rechts für das deutsche Reich - Bedeutung der Rechtssprechung für den Umweltschutz Weitere Informationen können über das Veranstaltungsverzeichnis HIS LSF abgerufen werden. Intenationales und europäisches Umweltrecht II (3A) (this course can also be counted towards module 6) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Silke Ruth Laskowski Tag: Donnerstag, Uhr Start: Raum: Arnold- Bode 2, Raum

18 Lerninhalte: - Analyse globaler Umweltprobleme und ihre rechtliche Regulierung - Auseinandersetzung mit dem ZUsammenspielvon verschiedenen Rechtsebenen anhand von ausgewählten Beispielen - Rechtssprechungsanalyse Weitere Informationen können über das Veranstaltungsverzeichnis HIS LSF abgerufen werden. Social Policy (3A+3B) (this course can also be counted towards module 6) Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Holger Bonin Day: Wednesday Start: Room: Möncheberg 7, R 0608 Further information in HIS and Moodle Bildungsökonomik (3B) Dozent: Prof. Dr. Rainer Voßkamp Tag: Mittwoch, Uhr Start: Raum: N P 5, R 1108 Die Veranstaltung ist in zwei Teile geteilt. Im ersten Teil der Veranstaltung sollen die Grundlagen der Bildungsökonomik besprochen werden. Nach einer Einführung sollen u. a. folgende Themengebiete behandelt werden: a. Private und soziale Erträge von Bildung, b. Entstehung und Finanzierung von Bildung, c. Individuelle Bildungsentscheidungen d. Bildungsmärkte, e. Bildungspolitik. Zudem sollen wichtige Methoden der empirischen Bildungsforschung (u. a. Regressionsverfahren, Matching- Verfahren, Item- Response- Verfahren, Strukturgleichungsmodelle) behandelt werden. Im zweiten Teil der Veranstaltung sollen aktuelle bildungsökonomische Fragen behandelt werden, die insbesondere den sekundären und den tertiären Bildungsbereich (Schule bzw. Hochschule) betreffen. Dieser Teil soll auf der Basis von Referaten, die von den Teilnehmer/innen gehalten werden sollen, erarbeitet werden. Wichtiger Hinweis: Details zu der Veranstaltung und insbesondere zu den Themen und zur Referatsvergabe werden spätestens zu Beginn des Wintersemesters bekanntgegeben. Weitere Informationen können über die Homepage des Dozenten abgerufen werden sowie über HIS LSF Industrial Dynamics (3B) Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Guido Bünstorf Day: Monday, Start: Room: Nora- Platiel 6, R 0207 Further information is available on the homepage of the section and via moodle. Module 4 A+B Advanced Topics in Corporate Governance, Consumer Behaviour and Management Supply Chain Management (4A+4B) Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Seuring Day: Monday, 8-10 Start: Room: Nora- Platiel 6, R 0212 The unit consists of lectures covering the following topics: - Introduction to terminology - Supply chain and operations strategy

19 19 - Theoretical foundations of supply chain management - Supply chain processes - Supplier selection and evaluation - Logistics and distribution management - Supply chain performance and management control - Supply chain risk management - Sustainable supply chain management Thereby, the lectures extend knowledge on purchasing, operations and logistics management. The lectures will be based on current research publication on supply chain management. So readings will be assigned each week. As a further mode of student involvement, each student will have to present at least one paper summary in class. Further information is available on the homepage of the section and via moodle. Supply Chain Strategy (4A+4B) Lecturer: M.Sc. Anna Land Day: Tuesday, Start: Room: Nora- Platiel 6, R 0210 Course Description and Objective: The course focuses on identifying and understanding the sources of superior firm performance. This course introduces theoretical concepts and frameworks useful for analyzing the external and internal environment of the firm and guiding the formulation and execution of different types of strategies. A particular focus is on resources and capabilities with regards to recent publications and discussions in the scientific community. Strategic issues are examined from different perspectives within organizations through a series of company visits and interviews. This empirical research will be carried out by students and shall be presented both orally and with a written report following the conclusion of the course. Students attending this course should simultaneously attend (if not already attended in previous semesters) the Supply Chain Management lecture by Prof. Dr. Stefan Seuring (Mondays, 8:00-12:00) Further information is available on the homepage of the section and via moodle. Organizational Learning (4A+4B) Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Peter Eberl Day: Monday, Start: Room: Nora- Platiel 5, R 1108 Learning outcome: 1. Understanding the positioning within the field of learning in the context of organizations 2. Understanding the concept of organizational learning on a sound theoretical and empirical basis 3. Ways of utilizing organizational learning within the context or organizations and reflecting on them in the real- world company context Contents: 1. Organizational learning vs. individual learning 2. Theories of learning in the context of HR development and interdisciplinary research tradition 3. Competencies, abilities and organizational capabilities 4. Ways of implementing organizational learning in the context of companies Implications of organizational learning on Human Resource Management Further information is available on the homepage of the section and via moodle.

20 20 Industrial Dynamics (4A) Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Guido Bünstorf Day: Monday, Start: Room: Nora- Platiel 6, R 0207 Further information is available on the homepage of the section and via moodle. International Management Today (4A+4B) Lecturer: Dr. Joanna Ozga Day: Thursday, Start: Room: Nora- Platiel 6, R 0211 This is a unique and challenging course which will provide you with practical business/marketing experience and allow you to apply your previous business knowledge. In a business world, success in any business function combines functional knowledge along with managerial and technical skills. You will be asked to apply your managerial knowledge, financial knowledge as well as your marketing knowledge. The centerpiece of the course is a simulated consulting engagement where cross cultural teams will be expected to provide value added contribution to a real, functioning business. You will participate in a simulation game and experience the challenges of working in self- directed teams, across geographies, political entities, time zones and cultures. This course simulates, to the extent possible in an academic environment, the contemporary business world. Today, businesses, whether large or small, face a landscape of rapid technological change, globalization and intense competition. Success depends upon the ability to manage this environment 24/7. To do so requires management and employees with the skills, competencies and capabilities to perform effectively and successfully in a dynamic, technological and rapidly changing world. This course will help you understand the challenges of the contemporary business environment and develop the skills necessary to compete successfully through a technologically based course utilizing moodle, and other technologically based resources including video conferencing. Further information is available on the homepage of the section, via HIS LSF and online: online.com/. Module 5 Seminar on Economic Behaviour Ökonomie und Glück Dozent: Martin Binder Blockseminar Start: , Raum: Arnold- Bode 2, Raum 0408/0409 Was ist Glück, wie können wir es messen, und welche Rolle spielt es in der VWL? Diesen Fragen wollen in dem Seminar Ökonomie und Glück nachgehen und dabei durchleuchten wir die Erkenntnisse der (ökonomischen) Glücksforschung. Dieses junge Forschungsfeld hat Auftrieb gewonnen in den letzten Jahren, und es gibt Ökonomen die behaupten, Glück könne das Nutzenkonzept der VWL materiell mit psychologisch fundiertem Inhalt füllen. Ob Glück ein geeignetes Maß für individuelles Wohlergehen und sozialen Fortschritt ist, wie zuverlässig es messbar ist und was den Menschen eigentlich glücklich macht sind Fragen die wir uns in diesem Seminar stellen werden. Ausgehend von der Einstiegsliteratur und der einführenden Vorlesung am ersten Seminartermin sollen die Teilnehmer in ihren Seminararbeiten einen Aspekt der Glücksforschung darstellen und, unter Hinzuziehung weiterer relevanter wissenschaftlicher Texte, kritisch diskutieren. Das Seminar richtet sich an Studierende im Masterstudium. Es gelten die üblichen Teilnahmebedingungen für Seminare nach der Studienordnung der Universität Kassel. Darüber

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