Advanced Digital Economics (Master)

Instructor: Dr. Stefanie Brilon | Tutorial and coordination of the course: Dr. Stefanie Brilon

This course consists of a two-hour lecture and a two-hour tutorial. It regularly takes place in the winter term and is taught entirely in English. To earn credit, students need to pass a pen-and-paper exam.

The course analyzes the economic implications of digitization from a microeconomic perspective using
insights from industrial organization, information economics, behavioral economics, and data science.

Summer semester 2024: First meeting Monday, April 22, 12:15 RW 5