Master VWL Winter 2015/16  

29. Leipziger Weltwirtschaftsseminar

Veranstalter: Zentrum für Internationale Wirtschaftsbeziehungen, Prof. Dr. Gunther Schnabl
Organisation: Prof. Dr. Ansgar Belke (Universität Duisburg-Essen), Prof. Dr. Gunther Schnabl, Dr. Andreas Hoffmann, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Volz (Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik) 
Tutor: Björn Urbansky
Termin: 18./19. Januar 2016
Ort: Universität Leipzig, Felix-Klein-Hörsaal, 04109 Leipzig
Unterrichtssprache: Deutsch
Leistungsnachweise: Hausarbeit (Hinweise)
Modul: International Economics 07-202-1102
Dieses Seminar ist eine von drei Möglichkeiten für das Seminar des Moduls International Economics.
Das Seminar zu The Asian Economy wird im Rahmen dieser Veranstaltung stattfinden.

Anmeldung: bei Kathrin Mazny

Seminarthemen

ThemenBetreuer
1.TTIP – a growth and employment engine for Europe?Gerstenberger
2.The economic impact of TTIP on emerging markets - China as a case studyGerstenberger
3.Changing global value chains – the German automobile industry as a caseGerstenberger
4.The political economy of capital controlsUrbansky
5.Growth perspectives of emerging markets in times of taperingUrbansky
6.Low interest rates caused by secular stagnation or monetary policy intervention?Gerstenberger
7.The financial system between expansionary monetary policy and growing regulationUrbansky
8.Financial market regulation – a Hayekian knowledge problem perspective Urbansky
9.Secular stagnation according to Keynes and SummersGerstenberger
10.The sustainability of the European Monetary Union from an economic perspectiveGerstenberger
11.The political aspects of growth - degrowth or growth as social molifierUrbansky
12.Germany’s current account surplus – a sustainable growth strategy?Urbansky
13.Currency wars in a historical perspectiveUrbansky
14.Eurobonds – a solution to the European sovereign debt crisis?Latsos
15.Redistribution effects of unconventional monetary easingLatsos
16.Lessons from public debt restructuring of the former Central and Eastern European planning economiesLatsos
17.Redistribution effects of rising and falling commodity pricesLatsos
18.Welfare effects of migration on host countriesFischer
19.Welfare effects of migration on origin countriesFischer

Seminarhinweise


letzte Änderung: 18.05.2016