Empirical Labour and Population Economics

Prof. Dr. Miriam Beblo, Prof. Dr. Jan Marcus

Course

Description

The course Empirical Labour Economics consists of two
parts, a seminar part and a one-day workshop.

  1. Seminar part: Participants are expected to regularly attend the research
    seminar Labour Economics, which is jointly organized by the departments of
    Socioeconomics and Economics as well as external research institutions and
    where external speakers are invited to present and discuss their current work
    on labour, family and migration issues. The seminar is held biweekly on Mondays
    from 4.30 to 6 pm (for the programme see http://www.wiso.uni-hamburg.de/fachbereich-sozoek/professuren/beblo/04-forschung/forschungsseminar.html). Participants should hand in a written comment on one of the seminar
    talks (focusing on research design and implementation).

  2. Workshop part: Toward the end of the semester the course concludes with
    a day-long meeting, where all participants will present their own research
    ideas and implementation problems, in consideration of the labour seminar
    papers discussed.

 

General Data

  • Abbreviation
    20-100.03
  • Semester
    winter semester 16/17
  • Target Groups
    WiSo doctoral study program
  • Course Type
    seminar
  • Course Language
    English
  • Departments
    Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

Place and Time

Date
  • Place
    Von Melle Park 5 Raum 1083
  • Time
    from 24/10/2016 2-weekly Mondays to 30/01/2017 from 16:30 to 18:00
    except Montag 31.10.2016
    except Montag 14.11.2016
    except Montag 28.11.2016
    except Montag 12.12.2016
    except Montag 26.12.2016
    except Montag 09.01.2017
    except Montag 23.01.2017

Recognition Modalities

  • Number of Semester Hours
    2
  • Amount of Credit Points
    4
  • Creditable as
    • WiSo doctoral program: WiSo methods for Economics

Registration Modalities

  • Type of Place Allocation
    Manual Place Allocation (after the registration deadline)
  • Information about Registration
  • Max. Number of Participants
    20