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The main focus on the master's level is on equipping students with the tools to design their own (experimental) research projects and critically reflect on the limitations and merits of science.

The lecture Behavioral Economics and Sustainability conveys important theories and the accompanying exercise is built around the task to draft a research proposal. You might also want to visit the blog accompanying the course on https://behavioraldevelopmentblog.wordpress.com/

In Experimental Economics, students learn about the details of good experimental designs and will be asked to write their own design.

In Sustainable Development varying challenging topics of Sustainability are discussed and students learn the method of Impact Evaluation in the exercise sessions.

Course Schedule 

summer
term 22
winter
term
22/23
summer
term 23
winter
term 23/24
Lectures        
Behavioral Economics and Sustainability (lecture & tutorial)
Sustainable Development Economics (lecture & tutorial)
Experimental Economics
(lecture & tutorial)
Seminars
Behavioral Change: From incremental to transformational
Varying Topics

Please note: Detailed course descriptions for the respective semester are provided in MARVIN.