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

Due to infection protection measures, the course: Topics in International Economic History - Topics in Historical Development Economics (E365) is held as  online event.

Content

The seminar provides an overview of different topics in Economic History with focus on

  • human capital formation
  • demographics
  • interesting topics within various world regions.

Key facts about the course

ECTS-Credits

6

 

Level

B.Sc.

Degree

Workload

30/150

class/self

Cycle

WS, SS

generally

Course language

ENG

 

Duration of the module

1

term

Exam written

Term paper

 

Maximum Student number

28


Objectives

By writing a term paper, students will be able to gather, analyze and apply information, to formulate convincing arguments, communicate academic ideas, produce conclusions and acquire skills in academic writing. On  the basis of defending their term paper in the seminar, they will also gain advanced presentation and communication skills.

 


Registration

Necessary!

Registration period: 15.03.2021 - 18.04.2021

Type of registration: online form
(here available during the registration period)
Please note: Confirmation e-mails are not sent before the end of the registration period!

Course work

Presentation (required - not graded)

Course type

Seminar (2 SWS)

Literature

Baten, Joerg (ed.), A History of the Global Economy: 1500 to the Present, Cambridge University Press.

Essays and working papers on the Department's homepage at: uni-tuebingen.de/de/18732

Exam

Submission deadline: 27.07.2021

Withdrawal possible until: 09.06.2021


About the seminar


Course can be taken as part of the following programs/modules:

International Economics

  • Focus Module Applied Economics
  • Focus Module International Economics
  • Focus Module Elective Studies

 

International Business Administration

  • Focus Module Elective Studies

Economics and Business Administration - Type Economics

  • Focus Module Applied Economics
  • Focus Module International Economics
  • Focus Module Elective Studies

Economics and Business Administration - Type Business Administration

  • Focus Module Elective Studies

 

Economics (Minor)

  • Elective studies