[ 572GVWLEVWK20 ] KS Introduction to Economics

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Workload Education level Study areas Responsible person Hours per week Coordinating university
3 ECTS B1 - Bachelor's programme 1. year Economics Martin Halla 2 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
Detailed information
Pre-requisites (*)keine
Original study plan Bachelor's programme Economics and Business 2021W
Objectives Objectives: This course provides an introduction to current economic issues, as well as basic principles and methods of economics. Modern economics is characterized by its theory-led empirical research, which is used to answer a large number of questions. The aim of this course is to introduce students to this method of argumentation and to arouse their interest in this subject.
Subject Principles, demand, supply, market equilibrium, aggregation, unemployment, inflation.
Criteria for evaluation Final exam
Methods Lecture, online discussion board, tutorials.
Language German
Study material Textbook, study slides, presentation slides, further online resources.
Changing subject? No
Further information
On-site course
Maximum number of participants 200
Assignment procedure Assignment according to priority
This course is additionally offered in the following versions:
MuSSS O.C.    
MuSSS O.C. 2021SS
Number obligatory dates     0    
MuSSS assistance     N N    
Number participants (min/max)     25 / 700    
Course fee        
Online materials and media     Basisliteratur für den Kurs ist das Lehrbuch "Economics: European Edition, 9/E" von Parkin/Powell/Matthews (Verlag Pearson, 2014)    
Thu11.03.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMVorbesprechung
Thu18.03.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMGrundlagen
Thu25.03.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMGrundlagen
Thu15.04.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMNachfrage
Thu22.04.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMAngebot
Thu29.04.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMGleichgewicht
Thu06.05.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMAggregation
Thu27.05.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMWachstum
Thu10.06.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMArbeitslosigkeit
Thu17.06.202112:00 - 13:30ZOOMInflation & Geld
Thu24.06.202112:00 - 13:30Endklausur
Sat17.07.202109:30 - 11:00Nachklausur