PhD Economics - course overview

Compulsory Courses

Elective courses

  • Game Theory (syllabus)
  • Financial Economics
  • Statistics

Field courses

  • Labor Economics (JKU)
  • Advanced Microeconometrics (JKU)
  • Statistik: R-Programmierung
  • Experimental Economics
  • Behavioral Economics
  • Umweltökonomie

Generic skills

  • Experiments with z-Tree

PhD seminars

  • Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, 24.-25.9.2018, (program tba)
  • Markus Walzl und Michael Pfaffermayr, 5.2.2018 (program)
  • Rudolf Winter-Ebmer, 4.-5.10.2017 (program)
  • Markus Walzl und Michael Pfaffermayr, 6.2.2017 (program)
  • Gerald Pruckner, 26.-27.9.2016 (program)
  • Markus Walzl, 1.-2.2.2016 (program)
  • Johann Brunner, 28.9.2015 (program)

Previously held courses

Summer term 2018

  • Labor Economics, David Jaeger (CUNY)
  • Advanced Microeconometrics, Martin Halla
  • Statistik: R-Programmierung, Achim Zeileis
  • Experimental Economics, Loukas Balafoutas, Rudolf Kerschbamer
  • Behavioral Economics, Rudolf Kerschbamer
  • Environmental Economics, Markus Ohndorf

Winter term 2017/18

  • Topics in Applied Econometrics: The Econometric Analysis of Panel Data and the Evaluation of Economic Evaluation of Socio-Economic Programs: Michael Pfaffermayr, Giovanni Cerulli (UIBK)

Summer term 2017

  • Experimental Economics: Loukas Balafoutas (UIBK)

  • Identification in Applied Microeconometrics: Martin Halla (UIBK) 

  • Behavioral Economics: Rudolf Kerschbamer (UIBK)

Other courses in early terms

  • Advanced Economic Theory: Mechanism and Market Design: Markus Walzl (UIBK)
  • Advanced Monetary Economics: Jochen Güntner (JKU)
  • Advanced Econometrics: Survival analysis and treatment evaluation based on instrumental variables: Stephen Jenkins, Martin Huber (JKU)
  • Political Economy Modeling: Joseph Francois  (JKU)
  • Macroeconometrics - Applied Time Series Analysis: Octavio Fernandez-Amador (JKU)
  • Advanced Economics:  Applied theory of international trade: Joseph Francois (JKU)