Renate Schubert: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2016

NameFrau Prof. Dr. Renate Schubert
LehrgebietNationalökonomie
Adresse
Professur für Nationalökonomie
ETH Zürich, CLD C 12.1
Clausiusstrasse 37
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
Telefon+41 44 632 47 17
E-Mailschubert@econ.gess.ethz.ch
DepartementGeistes-, Sozial- und Staatswissenschaften
BeziehungOrdentliche Professorin

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
701-0757-AALPrinciples of Economics Information
Belegung ist NUR erlaubt für MSc Studierende, die diese Lerneinheit als Auflagenfach verfügt haben.

Alle anderen Studierenden (u.a. auch Mobilitätsstudierende, Doktorierende) können diese Lerneinheit NICHT belegen.
3 KP6RR. Schubert
KurzbeschreibungStudents understand basic microeconomics and macroeconomics problems and theories. They are able to argue along economic principles and to judge policy measures.
LernzielStudents should be enabled to understand basic microeconomics and macroeconomics problems and theories. They should be able to argue along economic principles and to judge policy measures.
InhaltSupply and demand behaviour of firm and households; market equilibrium and taxation; national income and indicators; inflation ; unemployment; growth; macroeconomics policies
LiteraturMankiw, N.G.: "Principles of Economics", forth edition, South-Western College/West, Mason 2006.
851-0252-04LBehavioral Studies Colloquium Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Number of participants limited to 50
2 KP2KC. Hölscher, H.‑D. Daniel, A. Diekmann, D. Helbing, V. Schinazi, R. Schubert, C. Stadtfeld, E. Stern
KurzbeschreibungThis colloquium offers an opportunity for students to discuss their ongoing research and scientific ideas in the behavioral sciences, both at the micro- and macro-levels of cognitive, behavioral and social science. It also offers an opportunity for students from other disciplines to discuss their research ideas in relation to behavioral science. The colloquium also features invited research talks.
LernzielStudents know and can apply autonomously up-to-date investigation methods and techniques in the behavioral sciences. They achieve the ability to develop their own ideas in the field and to communicate their ideas in oral presentations and in written papers. The credits will be obtained by a written report of approximately 10 pages.
InhaltThis colloquium offers an opportunity for students to discuss their ongoing research and scientific ideas in the behavioral sciences, both at the micro- and macro-levels of cognitive, behavioral and social science. It also offers an opportunity for students from other disciplines to discuss their ideas in so far as they have some relation to behavioral science. The possible research areas are wide and may include theoretical as well as empirical approaches in Social Psychology and Research on Higher Education, Sociology, Modeling and Simulation in Sociology, Decision Theory and Behavioral Game Theory, Economics, Research on Learning and Instruction, Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science. Ideally the students (from Bachelor, Master, Ph.D. and Post-Doc programs) have started to start work on their thesis or on any other term paper.
Course credit can be obtained either based on a talk in the colloquium plus a written essay, or by writing an essay about a topic related to one of the other talks in the course. Students interested in giving a talk should contact the course organizers (Schinazi, Hoelscher) before the first session of the semester. Priority will be given to advanced / doctoral students for oral presentations. The course credits will be obtained by a written report of approximately 10 pages. The colloquium also serves as a venue for invited talks by researchers from other universities and institutions related to behavioral and social sciences.
851-0609-02LPhD Colloquium on Climate Change - Science, Economics, and Policy Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Findet dieses Semester nicht statt.
1 KP1KR. Schubert
KurzbeschreibungThis PhD Colloquium gives PhD students the opportunity to present and discuss their research with other PhD students and researchers working on climate change related topics in several disciplines. Contributions from natural sciences, economics, law, and social sciences are welcome. Changes in perspective and the breadth of the presentations and discussions create a chance of gaining new insights.
LernzielThe objective of this Colloquium is to provide PhD students an opportunity to discuss their climate change related research with researchers from different disciplines. PhD students should widen the horizon of their own research, learn how their research is embedded in the broader climate change debate and gain new insights and stimuli for interdisciplinary research. Eventually they can extend their network across several institutes of ETH and UZH.
InhaltParticipants are expected to
- submit a short abstract (ca. half a page) introducing their own research and research progress

- prepare previously circulated course material.
SkriptMore information, including dates, venues, papers & presentations will be available at
http://www.vwl.ethz.ch/phd_c_cc/index.html
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesRegistration via email is necessary until February 1, 2015 with both christian.huggel@geo.uzh.ch and markus.ohndorf@econ.gess.ethz.ch, indicating your university affiliation and field of research. The course is limited to 10 PhD students of ETH and 10 PhD students of UZH.
851-0609-04LThe Energy Challenge - The Role of Technology, Business and Society Information
Voraussetzung: Kenntnisse in Ökonomie und Umweltfragen sind nachzuweisen.
2 KP2VR. Schubert, T. Schmidt, J. Schmitz
KurzbeschreibungIn recent years, energy security, risks, access and availability are important issues. Strongly redirecting and accelerating technological change on a sustainable low-carbon path is essential. The transformation of current energy systems into sustainable ones is not only a question of technology but also of the goals and influences of important actors like business, politics and society.
LernzielIn this course different options of sustainable energy systems like fossile energies, nuclear energy or all sorts of renewable energies are explained and discussed. The students should be able to understand and identify advantages and disadvantages of the different technological options and discuss their relevance in the business as well as in the societal context.
SkriptMaterials will be made available on the electronic learning platform: www.vwl.ethz.ch
LiteraturMaterials will be made available on the electronic learning platform: www.vwl.ethz.ch
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesVarious lectures from different disciplines.