Financial market evidence provides exciting insights about issues that are relevant today, such as bubbles, economic crises, and behavioral aspects of stock markets. For example, in Germany existed during the ‘First Era of Globalization’ (1870-1913) not less than 5500 joint-stock companies, and investment behavior can be explored in this seminar using empirical methods. The Tuebingen Database on Historical Financial Markets can be used to study those phenomena. During the course you have to revise the materials and prepare assignments. These are mandatory for the assessment.
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Registration period: 01 October 2020 to 10 November 2020
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Seminar (2 SWS)
Baten, Joerg (ed.), A History of the Global Economy: 1500 to the Present, Cambridge University Press)
See, for example, the study by Korolenko and Baten on our internet pages.
You review phenomena such as bubbles, economic crises, and behavioral aspects of stock markets yourself, using real historical data and rate them with the current context.