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Seminar Applied Economics (372002)

Seminar Applied Economics (372002)

  • Wintersemester

    SEMINAR-STECKBRIEF WINTERSEMESTER

    General Details
    Seminar title Applied Economics
    Course code(s) 372002
    Academic session WiSe 21/22
    Course availability regularly
    Course content

    Effect of remote work on innovation

    Target group / area (Zuordnung)

    MSc WiWi PO 2018: Area Economic Policy and Theory 

    Number of participants 20
    Course language

    Seminar: English
    Seminar paper (written assignment): English

    Location Internal Seminar
    Industry partner No
    Timetable Block course
    Completion of term paper During lecture period
    Requirements and Academic Support
    Objectives Students are able to identify and analyze challenges in innovation economics, to derive policy interventions, and to design empirical studies to evaluate the effectiveness of these interventions.
    Prerequisites -
    Introductory course to academic research Recommended, see https://www.sk.uni-hannover.de/schreiben.html
    Formal guidelines None
    General literature -
    Basic literature to introduce each topic Yes
    Methodology Experimental economics, empirical analysis, literature research
    Specialised software None
    Recommended word processing software No particular recommendation
    Length of term paper 10 pages
    Meeting(s) to discuss outline As needed
    Performance requirements / evaluation  [indicate weighting]
    • 60 % Seminar Paper (Group Grade)
    • 25 % Presentation (Single Grade)
    • 15 % Participation on Discussions (Single Grade)
    Examiner(s) Prof. Dr. Marina Schröder
    Contact person Rika Stoczek
    Group Assignments and Topics
    Group assignment Group work in teams of two is recommended, but is optional due to the current situation. The length of the term paper will be adjusted accordingly for individual work.
    Group size 1 -2
    Group formation Preference-based and / or by random draw
    Topics The list can be founde here.
    Assignment of topics Preference-based and / or by random draw
    Initial registration Pre-registration is requested by 12.10.2021 via online tool. (The link will be here). The pre-registration via the online tool will be available from September 28th.  If the number of applicants exceeds the number of places, places will be allocated through a random draw.
    Process Schedule
    Initial registration / application Pre-registration is requested by 12.10.2021 via online tool. (The link will be here). The pre-registration via the online tool will be available from September 28th.  If the number of applicants exceeds the number of places, places will be allocated through a random draw.
    Initial discussion / topic discussion / kick-off meeting Kick-off: 20.10.21 from 9am to 12pm in I-112
    Topic assignment 20.10.21 from 9am to 12pm in I-112  (on kick-off date)
    Formal (binding) registration With the pre-registration, you are bindingly registered for the seminar as long as the number of applicants does not exceed the number of places.
    Commencement of seminar paper 20.10.21 
    Submission of seminar paper

    Approx. 1 week before the end of the semester

    Submission of presentation The day before until 11:59pm. Participation in the presentation events is mandatory. According to the current status the events will take place in presence.
    Presentation

    • 08.12.21 from 9am to 6pm in I-112
    • 09.12.21 from 11am to 6pm in I-A003