Registration for lectures takes place in Portal2. Please follow the links below or navigate to My Portal² > My Degree Planner and register for the lectures you would like to attend. The registration period for lectures in spring 2021 begins on 15 February and ends on 14 March. During this time you can register and deregister from any lecture on your own accord. A manual for course registrations can be found in Portal2 > User Manuals > For Students. Please note that elective modules offered by other departments may require a different registration procedure. For more information please check the Courses and Course Regulation section. Courses in the core module do not require registration.
The intoductory sessions for seminars will be offered online from 15 February to 19 (schedule). The registration and allocation of seminars takes place in Portal2. The registration module „Seminar Registration MSc Economics“ can be accessed via „Search for courses“ or „Degree Planer“. The registration period for seminars in spring 2021 begins on 19 February and ends on 25 February. Subsequently, every student will be allocated to one seminar according to her /
Information for exchange students, MMM students and Business Mathematics students:
Please note that you can choose to study any of the elective modules available at the department as long as you fulfill the prerequisites. Please contact the teacher of the module you are interested in directly for more information on the prerequisites and to discuss your eligibility. Courses in the core module are not open to exchange students or students from other programs.
Electives from other departments:
Information on the course offer from other departments can be found here.
(no registration required; only available in the fall semester; schedule)
E601 Advanced Microeconomics (lecture digitally live, exercise classes on-campus)
E602 Advanced Macroeconomics (lecture digitally live, exercise classes on-campus)
E603 Advanced Econometrics (lecture digitally live, exercise classes on-campus)
If you click on a link in this section, a new window will open. Please select the appropriate semester from the drop-down menu in the top, left-hand corner to view the relevant description. Please note that the list is subject to changes.
Compulsory Modules for the Competition and Regulation Economics Track
E505 Industrial Organization – Markets and Strategies (digitally live)
E5046 Empirical Industrial Organization (digitally live)
E5051 Mannheim Competition Policy Forum (digitally live)
Competition Law (digitally live)
Elective Modules for the Economics, and Competition and Regulation Economics Tracks (Schedule)
E505 Industrial Organization – Markets and Strategies (elective module for the Economics track) (digitally live)
E528 Financial Economics (digitally live)
E557 Public Economics (digitally live & recorded)
E563 Game Theory (digitally live & recorded)
E581 International Trade (digitally live)
E588 International Macroeconomics (digitally live)
E5031 Applied Labour Economics (digitally live)
E5035 Environmental Economics (digitally live & recorded)
E5038 Empirical Macroeconomics: Shocks and Propagation (digitally live)
E5046 Empirical Industry Organization (elective module for the Economics track) (digitally live)
E5069 Power Analysis (digitally live)
E5076 Topics in Time Series Analysis (digitally live)
E5095 Nonparametric Econometrics (digitally live)
E5102 Crisis after Crisis: Germany in the Interwar Period (digitally live)
E506 Seminar on Human Capital Formation (digitally live)
E530 Topics in Industrial Organization (digitally live)
E576 Economic Modeling – Historical and Methodological Perspectives (digitally live)
E5028 Topics on Monetary Union (digitally live)
E5054 Topics in Environmental and Energy Economics (digitally live)
E5063 IO and Development (digitally live)
E5083 Current Topics in Social Policy and Labor Economics (digitally live)
E5096 Economics of Corruption (digitally live)
E5097 International Economics (digitally live)
E5099 Topics in Health Economics(live and on-campus & digitally live)
E5103 Family Economics (digitally live)
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