Total Academic Hours: 90

Lectures: 16 h

Seminars: 16 h

Independent Study: 58 h

Credits: 3

Examination form: Credit


Total Academic Hours: 90

Lectures: 16 h

Seminars: 24 h

Independent Study: 50 h

Credits: 3

Examination form: Exam


This course covers microeconomic theory at an advanced level. Topics include consumer and producer theory, partial equilibrium analysis, general equilibrium analysis and game theory. The emphasis of the course is on developing a formal model-based treatment of these subjects. This course prepares students for policy-oriented microeconomics-based economics courses at the Masters level.

Total Academic Hours: 108

Lectures: 18 h

Seminars: 36 h

Independent Study: 54 h

Credits: 3

Examination form: Exam


What is innovation management? How do firms bring in new business models and get new products and services to the market? Go on a nine-week journey through innovation management concepts, theories of idea generation, selection, strategy formulation and implementation in this course in Innovative Development of the Organization. In it, you will also learn the tools for implementing innovation projects yourself.
You will develop an innovative mindset and expertise in how firms successfully create new ideas for marketing new products. The syllabus also includes sessions about innovation strategy, idea management and social networks. During this course, you will learn how to: 
  • use the main innovation management terminology and concepts 
  • explain the adoption life cycle and innovation adoption at the individual level 
  • define creativity and explain how creativity can be stimulated 
  • recognise and describe three types of idea management systems 
  • explain what an innovation strategy is and why it is important 
  • describe what a product portfolio is
  • explain how innovation projects should be selected and managed 
  • explain the importance of teams, team structures and networks for innovation.
Total Academic Hours: 108
Credits: 3
Lectures: 18 h / Seminars: 18 h
Independent Study: 72 h
Examination form: Credit




This course is an introduction to Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Behavioral Economics has emerged as a discipline studying situations in which the behavior of people does not correspond to the predictions of standard economic theory.

Total Academic Hours: 120

Lectures: 36 h

Seminars: 36 h

Independent Study: 48 h

Credits: 3

Examination form: Exam