Syllabi Spring term 2021

Bachelorkolloquium (Southern Europe)

Lecture number
22W233e
Semester
Spring semester 2021
Type
Seminar
Maximum number of participants
20

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Thu. 12:00 to 18:00 Single 05/13/2021 to 05/13/2021 -
Thu. 12:00 to 14:00 Weekly 03/25/2021 to 04/29/2021 -
Thu. 12:00 to 18:00 Single 05/06/2021 to 05/06/2021 -

Lecturers

Description

Es wird empfohlen, das Auslandsemester abgeschlossen zu haben.

Die Teilnahme an dieser Veranstaltung ist zwingend erforderlich, um eine Bachelor Thesis durch Prof. Dr. Glassmann betreuen zu lassen.

Regional Economics II (Southern Europe)

Lecture number
22W232e
Semester
Spring semester 2021
Type
Seminar
Maximum number of participants
25

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Thu. 10:00 to 12:00 Weekly 03/25/2021 to 06/24/2021 -

Lecturers

Europe in the Global Economy

Lecture number
2232S209e
Semester
Spring semester 2021
Type
Seminar
Maximum number of participants
20

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Tue. 14:00 to 16:00 Weekly 03/23/2021 to 06/22/2021 -

Lecturers

Description

In the course “Europe in the Global Economy” students will study contemporary problems of European economies and societies which are linked to political and economic integration as well as the overall process of internationalization. The focus is on social risks and welfare in open economies. In the first sessions students will become acquainted to the institutional set-up of the European welfare states, learn about the different ways in which citizens are protected from social risks in European countries and will assess recent changes in economy and society. The following sessions deal with the process of European integration, in particular the development of peripheries and the promotion of local production systems. In the remaining sessions students will analyse how European integration contributed to the erosion of the social compromise. Contemporary problems such as youth unemployment will be looked into. The course is designed to teach students on the institutional diversity in which firms and markets are embedded and enable them to analyse problems related to dysfunctional arrangements.

Literature

Exam und literature:

Students will write a research paper (10-12 pages) on one of the topics and give a presentation in class (10-15 minutes). The literature will be made available online / via moodle.

Transformation of European Economies

Lecture number
2232081e
Semester
Spring semester 2021
Type
Seminar
Maximum number of participants
43

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Tue. 14:00 to 16:00 Weekly 03/23/2021 to 06/22/2021 -

Lecturers

Information on previous courses can be found in the archives.