Teaching Winter 2019/20

Master Programs

Welcome Event for all new Students of the M.Sc. in International Economics, Economics und European Economics

Your course coordinators Prof. Dr. Kohler, Prof. Dr. Wamser, and Prof. Dr. Baten will be welcoming you to the University of Tübingen and they will be introducing you to the course to get you off to a good start.

Monday, October 14, 2019, 2 - 3 pm, in VG Wilhelmstraße 19, seminar room 001 0.01





Advanced Microeconomics (E424)

Peter Eppinger, Wilhelm Kohler

Tuesdays, 12 - 14 h in room HS06, Neue Aula, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz
Thursdays, 10 - 12 h in room HS04, Neue Aula, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz
Tutorials: There will be two tutorial groups, each taking place on Wednesdays
14 - 16 h  and
16 - 18 h, both in room Übungsraum 10, Alte Physik, Gmelinstraße 6

This course is not eligible or suitable for Bachelor students, whether domestic or exchange students.

Students attending this course are strongly advised to also take the online preparatory math class "Mathematical Methods in Advanced Microeconomics".

Lecture and Class






Economic Geography (E427A)

Oliver Krebs
Thursdays, 14 - 18 h in room 0.04 Seminarraum 1, Nauklerstr. 35
This course is not eligible or suitable for Bachelor students.

Lecture and Class 4h 9 ECTS

Bachelor Programs


Macroeconomics II (E230)

Wilhelm Kohler, Alexander Dietrich


Wednesdays, 16 - 18 h in room HS 24, Kupferbau, Hölderlinstr. 5


Tuesdays, 12 - 14 h in room HS 23, Kupferbau, Hölderlinstr. 5

Lecture and Class 2h+2h 6 ECTS

Economics in Action - The Euro Crisis (E320A)

Dr. Nico Zorell (European Central Bank)

Prerequisites: Knowledge of intermediate level macroeconomics, preferably open economy macroeconomics as taught in our course E330 "International Money & Finance". Having completed this course, however, is not a strict requirement, but successful completion of E130 is.

Registration via ILIAS will be possible as of October 14, 2019, 12:00 h. Attendance is limited to 30 students. The places will be allocated on a first-come first-serve basis. This is a block course. Course dates and rooms are published on Campus.

Lecture and Class

(block course)

3h 6 ECTS

Internationale Wirtschaftsorganisationen (E324)

Bernhard Duijm
anticipated on December 20 and 21, 2019
(block seminar, two full days).

Colloquium 1h 6 ECTS

The Bachelor Thesis Seminar (E322) will take place in the summer term 2020.


All announcements are subject to changes for unforeseen reasons.