Institution: Helmut-Schmidt-University Hamburg (HSU)
Lecturer: Klaus Beckmann, Chair of Public Economics, Helmut Schmidt University
Dates & places:
- 18. September 2017: Introduction, Seminarraum 0110, H1, HSU
- 20. September 2017: Intermediate Topics, Seminarraum 0110 H1, HSU
- 21. September 2017: Advanced Topics and Extensions, Seminarraum 0109, H1, HSU
Starting time-finishing time on each day: 09:00-16:30
Language of instruction: English or German, depending on the course composition (to be decided upon at the beginning of the course).
To register for the course, please click here. Non-members of the Helmut-Schmidt-Universität may firstly click here to create an HSU-Ilias-account, and secondly use the first link to join the course.
See http://hermes.hsu-hh.de/~ac/kursplan-spieltheorie-seminar.pdf for the course contents.
Feel free to attend individual days or course offerings according to your prior knowledge or liking.
Institution: Universität Hamburg, Fakultät für Betriebswirtschaft
Course instructor: Prof. Dr. Markus Nöth (Universität Hamburg)
Date: block course:
April 7 th, 2017: 8:15am-5:00pm (10*45min)
May 5th, 2017: 8:15am-1:00pm (6*45min)
June 2nd, 2017: 8:15am-5:00pm (10*45min)
June 21st, 2017: 6:00pm-7:30pm (2*45min)
Room: tbd (Moorweidenstraße 18, Von-Melle-Park 5 (ExpLab))
Course Value: 2 SWS or 4 LP
Teaching language: English
Registration: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org until March 17th, 2017; please indicate if you prefer some specific topics to be covered.
The main goal of this course is to give an introduction to the design and implementation of both laboratory and field experiments in various fields of Economics and Business Administration. PhD students who have some experience with or who consider to set up an experiment are welcome to participate in this course. First, we will identify different research questions for a laboratory or a field experiment. Second, based on a literature review (for some research fields that are proposed by the participants) an experimental design is developed and a pilot experiment will be set up and run in class. As part of this exercise, students will learn the basic requirements of a human subjects committee.
- Identify a suitable research question for an experiment
- Ethical and scientific standards: historical and scientific reasons, consent requirements, human subjects committee, special requirements (children, elderly people, inmates, …), data collection and evaluation
- Individual and group experiments in the laboratory
- Surveys and internet experiments
- Field experiments in cooperation with a company
- Kagel, John H., and Alvin E. Roth, 1995, The Handbook of Experimental Economics, Princeton University Press, Princeton/Oxford
- Gerber, Alan S., and Donald P. Green, 2012, Field Experiments, W.W. Norton & Company, London/New York.
- Kagel, John H., and Alvin E. Roth, 2015, The Handbook of Experimental Economics Volume 2, Princeton University Press, Princeton/Oxford
- Paper presentation (May 5th)
- experiment design presentation (extended summary on economic question, relevant literature, hypotheses, design: presentation with max. 10 slides or max. five pages extended abstract)
- running a pilot experiment is optional
Institution: Hamburg Center for Health Economics (HCHE)
Course instructor: Professor Mike Drummond, Professor of Health Economics and former Director of the Centre for Health Economics at the University of York
Date: 24-25 April 2017
- 24 April: arrival of Prof. Mike Drummond, individual meetings (please ask for an appointment: email@example.com)
- 24 April, 4:30 pm: HCHE Research Seminar Title: Where politics and economics collide: the case of orphan drugs
- 25 April, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm: PhD Course Title: Methodological and Policy Issues in Economic Evaluation
Place: HCHE, Esplanade 36
- HCHE Research Seminar: Rooms 4011/13
- PhD Course: Rooms 4030/31
Credit Points: 1 SWS/2 LP (Universität Hamburg)
Teaching language: English
Registration for the PhD Course: firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 14 April 2017