International Energy Markets (Part I)

Lecturer:Prof. Dr. Ludwig von Auer
Course type:Lecture with Exercise
Content:This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the economic analysis of the international energy markets. Different areas of economic theory are relevant for the understanding of this important topic. The primary focus of this course is on Industrial Economics. Based on economic and empirical analyses, political implications are derived. Although the economic approach is formal, only the basic tools of mathematics are required. Graphical illustrations will support the intuition for the material.

In the summer semester 2023 there will be a seminar based on this lecture. In this seminar, some energy-related topics will be further elaborated.
Examination:A course-related exam is offered.

Course Number Lecture: 14402749

Course Number Exercise: 14402918

MA4ECON2143: International Energy Markets
MA3POE0008: Energy, Climate, Environment

This course is offered for students enrolled in the programs M.Sc. Economics or M.A. International Economics and Public Policy.



Monday 10.00 a.m. - 12.00 a.m.
Lecture hall: C 502
first meeting: October 31, 2022


Tuesday 10.00 a.m. - 12.00 a.m.
Lecture hall: C 3
first meeting: November 8, 2022

Literature:Introductory textbooks of Industrial Economics
Materials:The materials you find on Stud.IP