Courses

Please check with the BSE Handbook which mandatory courses you have to choose in your PhD track. Not all courses listed here can be approved as Core Courses for all BSE PhD tracks.

Thursday (All day) at DIW, Gustav SCHMOLLER room (1.2.026)
Friday (All day) at DIW, Gustav SCHMOLLER room (1.2.026)
Description:

This workshop of Prof. Eizenberg will be completed in two sessions, during the 28. and 29. May 2015.
The exact time is yet to be announced.

Credits:
2.00
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Wednesday,
02:30pm to 05:30pm
at DIW Berlin, Mohrenstr.58, Friedensburg Raum 22008
Description:

This course takes place on each Wednesday at DIW from May 13 to July 15, 14:30-17:30 o'clock. It discusses advantages and limitations of structural econometric models to give students an understanding of why and when adding structure is important. It also provides insights into strategy in important papers in structural Labor, Public and IO literature and establishes basic estimation techniques and numerical methods such as Simulation, Numerical integration and Discretisation. Besides of that, the course provides introduction to the matrix programming language MatLab.

Please note, that as of May 18th there is a new version of the syllabus uploaded.

Credits:
6.00
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Thursday,
02:30pm to 05:30pm
at Ferdinand Friedensburg Room 22008, DIW Berlin. On June 12 in R12026
Description:

This course discusses advantages and limitations of structural econometric models to give students an understanding of why and when adding structure is important. It also provides insights into strategy in important papers in structural Labor, Public and IO literature and establishes basic estimation techniques and numerical methods such as Simulation, Numerical integration and Discretisation. Besides of that, the course provides introduction to the matrix programming language MatLab.

Credits:
9.00
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