Statistics, Econometrics and Quantitative Methods

S510/520 Master Seminar on Econometrics



Prof. Dr. Martin Biewen
Prof. Dr. Joachim Grammig
PD Dr. Thomas Dimpfl
Dr. Jantje Sönksen

Dalia Elshiaty

Johannes Bleher

Miriam Morlock

Profiles:   MSc Accounting and Finance
MSc Economics and Finance
MSc European Economics
MSc European Management
MSc General Management
MSc International Business
MSc International Economics
MSc Management and Economics
MSc Economics
Prerequisites:   At least one successfully completed master course offered by the chairs of Prof. Biewen and Prof. Grammig.
Language:   English
Deadline for application:   At the Preliminary Meeting
Preliminary Meeting:  

16.10.2018,  17:00 

Room 236, Neue Aula

Deadline for Submission of Term Paper   11.01.2019, 12:00,
Presentation of Term Paper   18.01.2019,
Exam:   1) Term paper
2) Paper presentation
3) Discussion of another paper
Credits:   9 ECTS


16.10.2018, 17:00 Preliminary meeting, registration Room 236, Neue Aula
until 02.11.2018 Discussion of the topic chosen with supervisor  
02.11.2018 Start of master seminar paper  
11.01.2019, 12:00 Deadline for submission of seminar paper  
18.01.2019, 8:30 Presentation of seminar paper Room 236, Neue Aula

Seminar outline

The seminar will be held jointly by the chair of Prof. Biewen and Prof. Grammig. Topics of the seminar will be chosen from the following fields: 1) Time Series Analysis, 2) Financial Econometrics, 3) Microeconometrics, 4) Panel Data Analysis. We expect and encourage participants to come up with ideas for their own topics (of course, we will provide assistance in finding a suitable topic). We expect all participants to prepare a professional presentation and a term paper on their topic, which may include a small empirical application using data such as the German Socio-Economic Panel Study or a data set from the field of finance. If you are interested in carrying out your own empirical project we recommend you to read chapter 19 "Carrying out an Empirical Project" of Wooldridge's book "Introductory Econometrics".