In research and teaching, we deal with the macroeconomic analysis of an economy and the complex interaction of households, companies and the state. The chair focuses on frictional and regional labor markets, dynamic business cycle research and computer-aided, structural heterogeneous agent models. In our courses, we offer not only introductions to economic theory, but also in-depth and research-related courses on selected focal points.
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