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Lehrveranstaltungsübersicht Wintersemester 2012/2013


Bachelor

Betriebswirtschaftslehre VI

Tutorium zu Development and Environment (70083)

Do. 14:30 - 16:00 in VII-002Tutor

Nachträgliche
Änderung vom 27.09.2012:

Die Veranstaltung wurde nachträglich hinzugefügt.

Development and Environment (70178 / 76469)

Di. 11:00 - 12:30 in VII-201Waibel

Inhalt:

Overview of major issues of economic development and poverty reduction, implications of economic growth theories for development the economics of poverty, the role of agriculture in economic development - Overview the theoretical concepts of environmental economics: public goods and market failure, public sector solutions (Pigou) and private solutions (Coase) to externatilitis.

Bemerkungen:

Erwartete Vorkenntnisse: Modules of the first 4 terms, fair command of English language: The course can be taken by students of economics and related fields (e.g. horticulture , engineering sociology, political science). It requires a basic understanding of microeconomic theory. The exam students are free to choose the language - English or German.

Entwicklungs- und Umweltökonomik

Planning and Evaluation of Development Projects (172803)

Mi. 12:45 - 14:15 in I-401Gödecke, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

4 (Vorlesung mit 2 SWS), Mündliche Prüfung, Prüfer: Prof. Dr. Waibel

Inhalt:

Principles and Examples of Cost Benefit Analyses of Development Projects; Examples from Agriculture, Environment and Health.

Literatur:

  • Brent, R. (1998) Cost Benefit analysis for Development Countries, Cheletenahm.
  • Curry S. and J. Weiss (1993) Project Analysis in Developing Countries, Macmillia.
  • Gittinger, J. P. (1982) Economic analysis of Agricultural projects.
  • Little, A. and J. A. Mireless (1980) Project Appraisal and Planning for Developing Countries.
  • Fleischer, G. and H. Waibel (1994) Ansätze zur Erweiterung der Kosten Nutzen Analyse am Beispiel der Bewässerungslandwirtschaft, Köln.
  • Project Evaluation Reports of the World Bank, Asian Development Bank und der Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ).

Bemerkungen:

Prüfungsleistung: Mündliche Prüfung.

Seminar Entwicklungsökonomie (172807 / 76407)

BlockveranstaltungU. Grote, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

4 (Seminar mit 2 SWS), Seminarleistung, Prüfer: Prof. Dr. Grote, Prof. Dr. Waibel

Inhalt:

Das Seminar ist eine Gemeinschaftsveranstaltung für Studierende des Faches Entwicklungsökonomik und der beiden ökonomischen Prüfungsfächer im Studium Gartenbauwissenschaften. Die Studierenden sollen zu einem Thema einen 20 minütigen Vortrag halten, der anschließend diskutiert wird. Für die erfolgreiche Teilnahme (Hausarbeit, Vortrag, regelmäßige Teilnahme an der Diskussion) wird ein Schein erteilt.

Literatur:

Wird themenabhängig bekannt gegeben.

Bemerkungen:

Der Termin der Vorbesprechung wird durch Aushang und auf der Website bekannt gegeben.

Master

Major: European Asian Economic Relations

Data Collection (173800)

Di. 14:30 - 16:00 in III-115Faße, U. Grote, Hohfeld, Jena, Liebenehm, Lippe, Parvathi, Röttgers, Vu, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

4 (Vorlesung mit 2 SWS), Klausur, Prüfer: Prof. Dr. Grote, Prof. Dr. Waibel

Inhalt:

The course will provide in-depth knowledge on the design and the organization of surveys for collecting representative household data in emerging market economies; main topics include: sampling design, interview techniques, use of secondary data.

Micro, Macro and Trade Models (173810)

Mi. 12:45 - 14:15 in III-115Amare, Jena, Liebenehm, Röttgers

Kreditpunkte:

4 (Vorlesung mit 2 SWS), Klausur, Prüfer: Prof. Dr. Grote, Prof. Dr. Waibel

Inhalt:

The course enables students to apply different models of relevance in development economics:

  • Micro-level: risk and loss aversion, time preference
  • Macro-level: classical and modern growth models
  • Trade models: gravity models and basics for CGE modeling.

Asian Economies (173820)

Mo. 14:30 - 16:00 in III-115U. Grote, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

4 (Vorlesung mit 2 SWS), Hausarbeit, Prüfer: Prof. Dr. Grote, Prof. Dr. Waibel

Inhalt:

In a written assignment, students will be given a topic of current economic issues relating to European Asian economic relations. They will prepare an essay of some 10 pages following the format of a seminar paper. The topics will be given at the beginning of the course and students will present their papers during the second half of the course. The aim of the assignments is to generate a more in-depth understanding of

  • the analysis of development strategies taken by selected Asian countries;
  • economic structure and institutional settings that have facilitated the economic success of these countries
  • economic relationships to European countries and how these relationships have influenced the growth of their economies.

International Business Relations (173850 / 173591)

Mo. 16:15 - 17:45 in III-115U. Grote, Waibel

Inhalt:

The basic idea of the course »International Business Relations« is to link current topics and issues from development economics to the major International Organizations and Agencies in Development Assistance. Development Organisations generally follow different development strategies and theoretical concepts which are not made apparent in conventional textbooks of development economics. However, it becomes increasingly important to understand such connections. Exploring them will make the agenda and interests of development agencies more transparent and allows those engaged in development activities to better understand the arguments and actions forwarded by these agencies. More in detail, the course will be structured into major current development topics like the effectiveness of development assistance; underdevelopment, poverty, and vulnerability; sustainability, food safety and food security; world food crisis and price fluctuations; globalization and trade, and climate change. These topics have been developed, adjusted and shaped by major socio-economic, institutional and political and environmental trends over time. They were taken up by different international organisations and agencies like the United Nations System, the World Bank, the Regional Development Banks, the World Trade Organisation, the German Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation, private sector organisations including the German Technical Agency (GIZ), or non-governmental organizations. As major objectives of the course, the students will (i) get familiarized with the major players in development assistance, (ii) learn about the development strategies and conceptual theories, and (iii) discover the connection between development strategies of international organisations and their underlying economic and development theories.

Major: International Management

Colloquium for Graduate and Master Students (173583 / 76463)

Di. 16:15 - 17:45 (14-tägig) in III-115U. Grote, Waibel

Inhalt:

Presentation and critical discussion of proposals and studies from Master Students.

Bemerkungen:

Interested participants are requested to register at the secretariat of the Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade.

International Business Relations (173850 / 173591)

Mo. 16:15 - 17:45 in III-115U. Grote, Waibel

Inhalt:

The basic idea of the course »International Business Relations« is to link current topics and issues from development economics to the major International Organizations and Agencies in Development Assistance. Development Organisations generally follow different development strategies and theoretical concepts which are not made apparent in conventional textbooks of development economics. However, it becomes increasingly important to understand such connections. Exploring them will make the agenda and interests of development agencies more transparent and allows those engaged in development activities to better understand the arguments and actions forwarded by these agencies. More in detail, the course will be structured into major current development topics like the effectiveness of development assistance; underdevelopment, poverty, and vulnerability; sustainability, food safety and food security; world food crisis and price fluctuations; globalization and trade, and climate change. These topics have been developed, adjusted and shaped by major socio-economic, institutional and political and environmental trends over time. They were taken up by different international organisations and agencies like the United Nations System, the World Bank, the Regional Development Banks, the World Trade Organisation, the German Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation, private sector organisations including the German Technical Agency (GIZ), or non-governmental organizations. As major objectives of the course, the students will (i) get familiarized with the major players in development assistance, (ii) learn about the development strategies and conceptual theories, and (iii) discover the connection between development strategies of international organisations and their underlying economic and development theories.

Promotionsstudium

Doktorandenkolloquium

Seminar International Doctoral Studies (72824 / 76464)

U. Grote, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

0 (Seminar mit 1 SWS), Keine Prüfung

Inhalt:

Studies and progress reports presented by doctoral students will be critically assessed and discussed.

Bemerkungen:

Interested participants are requested to register at the secretariat of the Institute for Environmental Economics and World.

Forschungsveranstaltungen

Development Economics Colloquium (77781)

Mi. 16:15 - 17:45 in III-115U. Grote, Menkhoff, Puhani, Wagener, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

0 (Kolloquium mit 2 SWS), Keine Prüfung

Inhalt:

Researchers present their recent work on the empirical dimensions and theoretical aspects of development economics.

Nebenfachstudium

Seminar Entwicklungsökonomie (76407 / 172807)

BlockveranstaltungU. Grote, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

4 (Seminar mit 2 SWS), Seminarleistung, Prüfer: Prof. Dr. Grote, Prof. Dr. Waibel

Inhalt:

Das Seminar ist eine Gemeinschaftsveranstaltung für Studierende des Faches Entwicklungsökonomik und der beiden ökonomischen Prüfungsfächer im Studium Gartenbauwissenschaften. Die Studierenden sollen zu einem Thema einen 20 minütigen Vortrag halten, der anschließend diskutiert wird. Für die erfolgreiche Teilnahme (Hausarbeit, Vortrag, regelmäßige Teilnahme an der Diskussion) wird ein Schein erteilt.

Literatur:

Wird themenabhängig bekannt gegeben.

Bemerkungen:

Der Termin der Vorbesprechung wird durch Aushang und auf der Website bekannt gegeben.

Ökonomie für Biosysteme, Teil 1: Investition und Planung in der Bioproduktion (76419)

Mo. 09:15 - 10:45 in III-115Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

k.A. (Vorlesung mit 2 SWS), Keine Prüfung für WiWi-Studenten!

Inhalt:

  • Grundlagen der Investitionsrechnung
  • Vor- und Nachteile verschiedener Investitionskalküle
  • Partielle und gesamtbetriebliche Planungsansätze
  • Partial budgeting
  • Deckungsbeitragsrechnung
  • einfache Risikoansätze.

Literatur:

  • Cramer, G. und C. W. Jensen (1988) Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, John Wiley&sons.
  • Wöhe, G. (1990) Einführung in die allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Abschnitt 5: Investition, 17. Auflage München.
  • Steinhauser, H., Langbehn, C. und U. Peters (1992) Einführung in die landw. Betriwebslehre, Bd 1 Allgemeiner Teil, Stuttgart.
  • Brandes, W. und M. Odening (1992) Investititon, Finanzierung u. Wachstum in der Landwirtschaft, Stuttgart.
  • Kruschwitz, L. (1995) Investitionsrechnung, 6.Auflage de Gruyter.

Colloquium for Graduate and Master Students (76463 / 173583)

Di. 16:15 - 17:45 (14-tägig) in III-115U. Grote, Waibel

Inhalt:

Presentation and critical discussion of proposals and studies from Master Students.

Bemerkungen:

Interested participants are requested to register at the secretariat of the Institute for Environmental Economics and World Trade.

Seminar International Doctoral Studies (76464 / 72824)

U. Grote, Waibel

Kreditpunkte:

0 (Seminar mit 1 SWS), Keine Prüfung

Inhalt:

Studies and progress reports presented by doctoral students will be critically assessed and discussed.

Bemerkungen:

Interested participants are requested to register at the secretariat of the Institute for Environmental Economics and World.

Development and Environment (76469 / 70178)

Di. 11:00 - 12:30 in VII-201Waibel

Inhalt:

Overview of major issues of economic development and poverty reduction, implications of economic growth theories for development the economics of poverty, the role of agriculture in economic development - Overview the theoretical concepts of environmental economics: public goods and market failure, public sector solutions (Pigou) and private solutions (Coase) to externatilitis.

Bemerkungen:

Erwartete Vorkenntnisse: Modules of the first 4 terms, fair command of English language: The course can be taken by students of economics and related fields (e.g. horticulture , engineering sociology, political science). It requires a basic understanding of microeconomic theory. The exam students are free to choose the language - English or German.