Lectures

Research methodology in economics

Lecture 1: Research question

Lecture 2: Hypotheses

Lecture 3: Data collection

Lecture 4: Statistical inference

Lecture 5: Experimental economics

Presentation and communication skills

Lecture 1: Emotions

Lecture 2: Novelty

Lecture 3: Memorable talk

Lecture 4: Talk foundation

Lecture 5: Talk tools

Lecture 6: Preparation process

Lecture 7: On Stage + Giving feedback

Public Finance / Public economics

Lecture 1: Economic principles SVK | ENG

Lecture 2: Government SVK | ENG

Lecture 3: Microeconomic analysis of efficiency SVK | ENG

Lecture 4: Market efficiency and the endowment effect SVK | ENG

Lecture 5: Externalities SVK | ENG | Solutions

Lecture 6: Public goods SVK | ENG | Solutions

Lecture 7: Cost-Benefit analysis SVK | ENG | Solutions

Lecture 8: Political economy SVK | ENG

Lecture 9: Empirical public finance SVK | ENG

Lecture 10: Asymmetric information SVK | ENG

Guest Lecture, Edouard Turkisch: Lecture 1  Lecture 2

Guest Lecture, Ivo Bischoff: Rent seeking