To familiarize you with the issues, results, and methods of applying behavioral-economics modelsof individual decisionmaking to industrial organization. The course will be exclusively abouteconomics questions, not business strategies such as marketing.
Instructor: Botond Kőszegi
Credits: 2.0
The course covers a range of topics in the field of economic growth. The focus is on macro facts and macro models of growth and development, including models of exogenous and endogenous growth, structural change, uncertainty, convergence, path dependence, and multiple equilibria.
Instructor: István Kónya
Credits: 2.0
This course gives an introduction to the field of Health Economics, which is a growing field within Microeconomics. Our focus during the course is on theoretical considerations, with linkages to health policy issues. We build on basic microeconomic models and theories, and see how those can be applied to address...
Instructor: Anikó Bíró
Credits: 2.0
This course is accessible to anyone with an under-graduate background in social sciences or economics; this course presents review of the history of economic thinking and economic analysis; course covers the following topics: Introduction, Great Religions and the Origins of Economic Thought; Greek and Medieval Thought...
Instructor: Julius Horvath
Credits: 2.0
International Macroeconomics and Finance asks questions like ‘Are business cycles in different economies all alike?’, ‘How macroeconomic fluctuations are linked together across countries?’, ‘Why are international relative price persistent?’, ‘Are there border effects in price differentials’, ‘Is capital flowing from...
Instructor: Attila Rátfai
Credits: 2.0
The course is designed to those students, who either have a business idea, or think, that during their carrier, they might start their own business.This course is highly interactive, and provides the students with the basic principles of entrepreneurial management. The key objective is, to equip the students with the...
Instructor: Gábor Baranyai
Credits: 2.0
The course is an introduction to labor economics, emphasizing applied microeconomic theory and empiricalanalysis. We are especially interested in the link between research and public policy. Topics to be covered include:labor supply and demand, taxes and transfers, minimum wages, immigration, human capital, education...
Credits: 3.0
for PhD in Economics and MA in Economics 1st Year students
Instructor: Max Gillman
Credits: 2.0
In the course we discuss numerical techniques for solving dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models on the computer, with a special focus on heterogeneous agent models.The main programming tool will be a toolkit written by myself in the new programming language Julia, which is not difficult to handle for students...
Instructor: Michael Reiter
Credits: 2.0