Econometrics, Statistics and Empirical Economics

S322 Bachelor Thesis on Empirical Economics

This seminar is jointly offered by the chairs of Prof. Dr. Martin Biewen (Statistics, Econometrics and Quantitative Methods) and Prof. Dr. Joachim Grammig (Econometrics, Statistics and Empirical Economics).


Prof. Dr. Martin Biewen

Prof. Dr. Joachim Grammig

Dr. Thomas Dimpfl

M.Sc. Eva-Maria Schaub

M.Sc. Matthias Seckler

M.Sc. Jantje Sönksen

M.Sc. Madalina Tapalaga

ProfilesB.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration B.Sc. in Interantional Economics B.Sc. in Interantional Business Administration
Level3. year Bachelor
Time and PlaceSee timeline below

At least one of the following courses has been successfully completed:

Applied Econometrics

Applied Microeconometrics

Multivariate Methods in Finance and Marketing

LanguageEnglish or German
Credit Points7.5/12 depending on old/new Pruefungsordnung

1. Presentation of draft (20min)

2. Bachelor thesis (15 pages)

3. Final presentation (20min)

Preliminary meetingTuesday, 12.4.2016, 6:00pm, room: E04


12.04.2016Preliminary meeting, registration6:00pm, E04
until 21.04.2016Discussion of the chosen topic with supervisor
22.04.2016Start of bachelor thesis
13.05.2016Presentation of first draft and feedback8:30 am - 4pm, Gebhard-Müller-Saal (Nauklerstr. 47)
3.6.2016Deadline for submitting bachelor thesis (for pre-2012 examination regulation)12:00

Deadline for submitting bachelor thesis (for 2012 examination regulation)

15.07.2016Presentation of final thesis

8:30 am - 4 pm, Gebhard-Müller-Saal (Nauklerstr. 47)

Preliminary meeting

Time and place for the preliminary meeting will be announced on this page. Participants are asked to have a rough idea regarding a possible topic of their bachelor thesis when attending the preliminary meeting.

General information

Formal guidelines