Teaching



In the winter term 2017, I will be teaching "Economics 101" (Grundzüge der Volkswirtschaftslehre, link to basis) for bachelor students at the University of Bonn. If you are a student of that course, lecture slides and other material can be accessed via ecampus.



previous teaching activities
  • 03/04  seminar: Fair Division and Collective Welfare
  • 04  seminar: Experimental Social Choice Theory
  • 04/05  teaching assistant: Undergraduate Microeconomics
  • 05  seminar: Principal-Agent models: Theory and Experiments
  • 05/06  seminar: Empirical relevance of selected Social Choice problems
  • 05/06  teaching assistant: Undergraduate Microeconomics
  • 06  seminar: Suggested Retail Price
  • 06/07  seminar: Reciprocity
  • 09  seminar: Behavioral Public Choice
  • 09  lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 09  PhD topics course: Experimental Economics
  • 09/10  lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 09/10  seminar: Experimental Economics
  • 09/10  PhD topics course: Empirical Economics
  • 10  seminar: Happiness and Economics
  • 10  lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 10  PhD topics course: Management and Applied Microeconomics
  • 10/11 lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 10/11 seminar: Management and Applied Microeconomics
  • 10/11 PhD topics course: Management and Applied Microeconomics
  • 11  lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 11  seminar: Human Resource Management
  • 11/12 lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 11/12 project seminar for master students on "Cooperation"
  • 12  lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 12  PhD topics course: Endogenous Formation of Institution
  • 12/13 lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 12/13 project seminar for master students on "Experimetrics of Preferences"
  • 13  lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 13 project seminar for master students on "Consumer Financial Decision Making"
  • 13/14 lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 14 lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 14/15 sabbatical leave
  • 15 lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 15/16 lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 16 lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 16/17 lecture: Introductory Microeconomics
  • 16/17 lecture: Economics 101
  • 16/17 project seminar for master students on "Experimental Economics"
  • 17 lecture: Experimental Economics
  • 17 lecture: Economics 101