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Ausführliche Darstellung


Bachelor

Betriebswirtschaftslehre V

Übung zu Investition und Finanzierung (70026)

Di. 12:45 - 14:15 in I-301 (Gruppe 1)Claußen
Mo. 14:30 - 16:00 in I-401 (Gruppe 2)Germer
Do. 12:45 - 14:15 in VII-002 (Gruppe 3)Sejdiu

Bemerkungen:

Es handelt sich um eine ergänzende Übung zur Vorlesung 'Investition und Finanzierung.

Link:

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Investition und Finanzierung (70172)

Di. 09:15 - 10:45 in VII-201 (Gruppe 1)Dierkes
Di. 09:15 - 10:45 in VII-002 (Gruppe 2)Videoübertragung BANK

Inhalt:

Die Veranstaltung vermittelt die Grundlagen von Investitionsrechnung und Finanzierungsentscheidungen.

Einzelne Themenbereiche sind:

  • Arbitrage und Finanzierungsentscheidungen
  • Konzept des Nettokapitalwerts
  • Grundlagen der Zinsrechnung und der Finanzmathematik
  • Finanzielle Entscheidungsregeln
  • Grundlagen der Finanzplanung
  • Kapitalmärkte und Bewertung unter Risiko
  • Portfolioselektion
  • Capital-Asset-Pricing-Model (CAPM)

Literatur:

  • Berk, J. und DeMarzo, P. (2013) Corporate Finance, Pearson
  • Brealey, R.A., Myers, S.C. undAllen, F. (2007) Principles of Corporate Finance, 9th ed., McGraw-Hill
  • Copeland, T.E., Weston, J.F. undShastri, Kuldeep (2007) Financial theory and Corporate Policy, 4th ed., Pearson
  • Kruschwitz, L. (2012): Finanzierung und Investition, 7. Auflage, Oldenbourg Verlag.
  • Ross , S.A., Westerfield, R.W., Jaffe, J.F., Jordan, B.D. (2007) Modern Financial Management, 8th ed., McGraw-Hill

Bemerkungen:

Videoübertragung in Raum VII-002.

Link:

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Bank- und Finanzwirtschaft / Finanzmärkte

Seminar Kapitalmarktforschung (170507)

BlockveranstaltungDierkes, Germer

Inhalt:

In diesem empirisch ausgerichteten Seminar werden kapitalmarkbezogene Fragestellungen mit Hilfe von numerischer Software (R, Matlab, PythonXY) von den Studierenden eigenständig bearbeitet. Anschließend werden die erarbeiteten Ergebnisse ökonomisch bewertet und wissenschaftlich dargestellt.

Bemerkungen:

Den Termin zur Vorbesprechung und Themenvergabe entnehmen Sie bitte der Homepage des Instituts.

Link:

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Financial Intermediation (170513)

Di. 16:15 - 17:45 in I-301Dierkes

Inhalt:

We discuss important concepts of Financial Intermediation. Topics include:

  • Information Asymmetries and Principal Agent Theory
  • Financial Intermediaries
  • Reasons for the Existence of Banks
  • Bank run problematic
  • Credit Rationing
  • Deposits and Deposit Insurance
  • Bank Regulation
  • Relationship Banking
  • (Risk) Management for Banks

Literatur:

  • Degryse, H., Kim, M., Ongena, S. (2009): Microeonomics of Banking – Methods, Applications, and Results, Oxford University Press.
  • Freixas, X., Rochet, J.-C. (2008): Microeonomics of Banking, 2nd Ed., MIT Press.
  • Greenbaum, S.I., Thakor, A.V. (2007): Contemporary Financial Intermediation, 2nd Ed., Academic Press.
  • Hartmann-Wendels, T., Pfingsten, A., Weber, M.(2010): Bankbetriebslehre, 4th Ed., Springer.

Link:

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Applied Financial Econometrics (170514)

Fr. 09:15 - 10:45 in I-301Krimm

Inhalt:

In this lecture students will learn how to apply fundamental statistical methods in empirical analyses in finance. The lecture and the tutorial focus on the application of methods of regression analysis in STATA. As these methods are essential tools in empirical financial research, the lecture prepares students for seminars and graduation theses in finance.

The lecture focuses on the statistical methods and their applications in finance. The underlying statistical assumptions, corresponding hypothesis tests and the impact of the violation of these assumptions are discussed, as well as the statistical and economic interpretation of estimation results in the context of specific applications.

In the accompanying tutorial (Übung), the students will apply these methods to fundamental empirical research questions in the context of asset pricing, the efficient market hypothesis, corporate finance and behavioral finance, amongst others. As students will use STATA in the tutorial, the lecture will demonstrate the statistical methods using this software as well.

A personal STATA license is NOT required for the course; STATA is installed on a sufficient number of pool computers.

Topics include:

  • Basics of sample statistics
  • Data selection and sampling issues
  • OLS regression and Gauss-Markov-assumptions
  • Robust error estimation
  • Heteroskedasticty, autocorrelation and endogeneity
  • Panel regression analysis

Literatur:

Literature will be given in the lecture.

Link:

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Exercise Applied Financial Econometrics (170515)

Di. 12:45 - 14:15 in II-214 (Gruppe 1)Krimm
Do. 14:30 - 16:00 in II-214 (Gruppe 2)Krimm

Inhalt:

This course complements the lecture (170514).

Link:

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Corporate Finance (170523)

Di. 14:30 - 16:00 in VII-002Dierkes

Inhalt:

We discuss important concepts of optimal financial decision making. Topics include:

  • Bond, Equity and Firm Valuation
  • Capital Structure and Cost of Capital in Complete Capital Markets (especially Modigliani and Miller Theorems)
  • Impact of Leverage, Financial Distress, Information asymmetries and Taxes on Costs of Capital
  • Dividend policy
  • Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

Literatur:

  • Berk, J. und DeMarzo, P. (2013) Corporate Finance, Pearson.
  • Brealey, R.A., Myers, S.C. undAllen, F. (2007) Principles of Corporate Finance, 9th ed., McGraw-Hill
  • Copeland, T.E., Weston, J.F. undShastri, Kuldeep (2007) Financial Theory and Corporate Policy, 4th ed., Pearson
  • Ross, S.A., Westerfield, R.W.,Jaffe, J.F. undJordan, B.D. (2007) Modern Financial Management, 8th ed., McGraw-Hill.

Link:

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Exercise Corporate Finance (170524)

Do. 16:15 - 17:45 in I-401Schrön

Inhalt:

This course complements the lecture 'Corporate Finance' (170523).

Link:

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Seminar Banken (170547)

BlockveranstaltungClaußen, Dierkes

Inhalt:

Dieses praxisorientierte Seminar findet in Kooperation mit Deloitte Consulting GmbH, Hannover statt. Im Rahmen des Seminars werden aktuelle Herausforderungen und Chancen für das Risikomanagement von Kreditinstituten vorgestellt und anschließend von den Studierenden wissenschaftlich untersucht.

Bemerkungen:

Das Seminar wird als Blockveranstaltung durchgeführt. Prüfungsleistung wird eine Seminararbeit mit einer Präsentation der Ergebnisse sein. Bitte entnehmen Sie den Termin der Auftaktveranstaltung der Website unseres Institutes.

Link:

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Master

Finance

Masterkolloquium BANK (173398)

BlockveranstaltungDierkes

Inhalt:

In dieser Veranstaltung erhalten Masterstudierende die Möglichkeit, methodische und inhaltliche Fragen ihrer Masterarbeit zu diskutieren und ihre Erfahrungenauszutauschen.

Bemerkungen:

Bitte entnehmen Sie der Website des Instituts die weiteren Informationen.

Link:

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Wahlbereich

HISSEMA

International Management and Economics (77202)

BlockveranstaltungKrause, Steffen Meyer, Oelze, Pothen

Inhalt:

This course will introduce students to the field of International Management and Economics. Topics will include: the basic concepts of the Theories of Macroeconomic Competiveness and Trade, Trends in World Trade and Transnational Enterprises as well as Foreign Direct Investments. Part of the Block Seminar will also cover the topic areas of Corporate Social Responsibility and International Finance, incl. financial crisis.

Literatur:

Will be provided.

Bemerkungen:

This course is part of the HISSEMA. Information by the HISSEMA/GUEST Coordinator, Ms. Francesca Cristaldi (Room I-103).

Promotionsstudium

Development Finance (Finance) (77004)

BlockveranstaltungSteiner

Inhalt:

This course covers a range of financial issues relevant in developing countries. It takes a microeconomic perspective and analyses such topics as remittances, investment loans for enterprises, and intra-household resource allocation. These topics are discussed with the help of both textbook material as well as articles published in renowned journals. The focus is on the empirics, i.e. how these topics can be investigated with state-of-the-art methodologies.

The course covers four topics, each in one extended session. In the first half of each session, I will provide background material to the respective topic. This is based on either a chapter in the “Handbook of Development Economics” or on a selected review article. Even though it is not required to read this background material, it may still be useful to consult it for a detailed discussion of the theory and existing literature. In the second half of each session, we will discuss a journal article. It is imperative that all students have read the article before the session. We will pay most attention to the empirical approach. It is required that students have basic knowledge in econometrics and evaluation methods.

The objective of the course is to prepare students to conduct original research in the area of development microeconomics and to write publishable research papers.

Bemerkungen:

The grading for this course will be based on a term paper (Hausarbeit). The term paper will have two parts:

1) a referee report on an unpublished paper (3 pages, 1.5 spaced), and

2) the outline of a research proposal (6-7 pages, 1.5 spaced, including References).

The unpublished paper to be refereed will be provided by me. It will be on a topic that we cover in the course. The report should contain a summary of the paper, a critical analysis of what the authors did, and an outline of suggestions on how the paper could be improved. We will discuss the process of writing referee reports in one of the seminar sessions.

The research proposal will be on a question of your choice, but related to the topics that we cover in the course. It should contain the introduction of the research question, the motivation for studying this question, a short summary of the related literature and how your study would make a contribution to it, and an empirical strategy, including a suggestion of which data is to be used, if applicable. We will discuss your research idea bilaterally and also in class.

We will discuss the deadline for submitting the term paper in the preparatory session at the beginning of the semester. I will not grade your submissions but you need to submit both parts of the term paper to be able to pass the course.

Doktorandenkolloquium

Doktorandenseminar Finance (70514)

Di. 12:45 - 14:15 in I-112Dierkes, Prokopczuk

Inhalt:

PhD students in finance present their research projects.

Forschungsveranstaltungen

Finance Research Seminar (77782)

Mi. 14:30 - 16:00 in I-063Breitner, Dierkes, Eichler, Krimm, Steffen Meyer, Parolya, Prokopczuk, Sibbertsen

Inhalt:

Forschungsvorträge aus verschiedenen Bereichen der Finanzwirtschaft