Zusammenfassung

This course offers an introduction to the economic analysis of regulation, which is broadly interpreted as government intervention in market processes. The course illustrates the purposes of regulatory intervention from a welfare economics perspective, and it discusses the tension between public and private interest in regulatory choices.

In addition, students learn about the approach of New Institutional Economics (NIE), important quantitative instruments and game theory and their application.

Students conclude the classes with a quiz to get feedback on what they have learnt.

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MLEA: 1 - Game Theory (Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt)
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March 12, 2019

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Englisch

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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt

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MLEA: 1 - Game Theory (Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt)
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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt
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Englisch
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MLEA: 2 - Comparative Institutional Analysis, Laboratory experiments and Econometrics (Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt)
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March 12, 2019

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Englisch

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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt

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MLEA: 2 - Comparative Institutional Analysis, Laboratory experiments and Econometrics (Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt)
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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt
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Englisch
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MLEA: 3 - Relationship of NIE to related programs (Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt)
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March 12, 2019

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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt

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MLEA: 3 - Relationship of NIE to related programs (Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt)
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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt
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March 18, 2019

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Englisch

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Prof. Dr. Stefan Voigt

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