Course programme - Economic History


winter term 2020/2021

Dear students,

Due to the Corona crisis, the university expects that the winter semester 2020/21 will also still offers certain courses only digital.

At the Chair of Economic History, the following courses can only be offered digitally:

  • Course E360, Statat: Regression Analysis with Historical Data                                                                                                                                              Please apply via homepage. After registration, you will receive all important information sent to your email address.
  • Course E361, Economics History of the World: New Research - Single View
    Please register under ILIAS until November 5, 2020 by using the password kliometrie13

  • Course E365, Topics in International Economic History - Topics in Historical Development Economic
    No kick-off-meeting. Please apply via homepage. After registration, you will receive all important information sent to your email address by means of a PowerPoint presentation

  • Course E460, Empirical Studies on Migration, Trade and Growth in the Long Run
    Completely digital. Ilias password humancapital
    Please hear the presentations on Wednesdays, 12:00-13:30 weekly until late November
    plus (a) one block seminar on January 9th and 10th, 11:00-18:00
    plus (b) one optional block seminar in practical research on Saturday of week 8 in the New Year, 11:00-16:00 (please email a week before if you plan to attend)

For the other courses and further information, please visit the individual course sites.

Best wishes

The economic history team


summer term 2021

Bachelor level

Stata Course: Regression Analysis with Historical Data (E360)

Bachelor Thesis Seminar - Economic History (E362)

International Development Economics and Economic History (E363)

Seminar Applied Research in Economic History (E364)

Topics in International Economic History - Topics in Historical Development Economics (E365)

Master level

Topics in International Economic History I - Integration and Growth in the World Economy (E560B)

Topics in International Economic History II - Development Economics and Economic History (E561B)

Master Thesis Seminar International Economic History

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Why it is a good idea to study Economic History?

How is the living standard of Europeans influenced by the globalization? This is one of the research question addressed by the chair. More about the chair and the research topics.


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