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Bachelor

BM Markt, Wettbewerb, Regulierung Instructor Exam Date
Lecture:
tba (Summer term)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
Exercise:
tba (Summer term)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
VM Entrepreneurship, Marktdynamik und Wirtschaftsentwicklung Instructor Exam Date
Lecture:
tba (Winter term)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
Exercise:
tba (Winter term)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
BM Markt, Wettbewerb, Regulierung – BW 22.1 Show content

Das Modul vermittelt Kenntnisse der mikroökonomischen Begründung staatlichen Handelns. Im Mittelpunkt steht dabei das Marktversagen infolge von externen Effekten, Unteilbarkeiten und Marktmacht sowie von Informations- und Anpassungsmängeln. Dabei werden auch die Funktionsweise des politischen Sektors und die Möglichkeit eines Politikversagens behandelt.

VM Entrepreneurship, Marktdynamik und Wirtschaftsentwicklung – BW22.2 Show content

Das Modul gibt einen Überblick über die Theorie und Empirie der Entwicklung von Märkten. Im Mittelpunkt stehen dabei das Gründungsgeschehen (Entrepreneurship) und die Möglichkeiten der Stimulierung von Unternehmensgründungen durch die Politik. Ein weiterer Schwerpunkt liegt auf den Bestimmungsgründen für den Erfolg bzw. den Misserfolg von Unternehmen.

Master

Studies in Entrepreneurship Instructor Exam Date
Lecture:
We, 8.15 – 9.45 h, SR 207
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.) 25.02.2019,
12–14 h, 
HS 3
Exercise:
Thu, 10.15 – 11.45 h, SR 206
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
Innovation Systems Instructor Exam Date
Lecture:
tba (Summer term)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
Exercise:
tba (Summer term)
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
Seminar Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development Instructor Submission Deadline
Kick-off:
29 October 2018
10.00 – 16.00 h, Room 4.111
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.)  
Presentation:
14 December 2018
8.00 – 14.00 h, Room 4.157
Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.) 13 December 2018
Seminar Paper Prof. Dr. Matthias Menter (Jun.-Prof.) 18 January 2019
Innovation Systems – MW22.3 Show content

This course discusses the main concepts of an innovation system and provides an overview on the different forms of labor division in innovation processes and the consequences that result from the high importance of a division of innovative labor for analysis and for policy. Core issues in the field will be addressed by guided reading and student's presentations. Selected topics include basic issues of a division of innovative labor, the main types of actors involved in innovation processes and their role, modes of knowledge transfer between actors, national, regional, and sectoral systems of innovation, the of the institutional framework as well as policy for innovation systems.

Studies in Entrepreneurship – MW22.4 Show content

This course provides an overview on important issues and results of entrepreneurship research and on policy approaches towards entrepreneurship. Core issues in the field will be addressed by guided reading and student’s presentations. Selected topics include the effects of personal environment on entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial personality, entrepreneurial choice, entrepreneurship and institutions as well as entrepreneurship policy.

Seminar Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development – MW22.6 Show content

This seminar focuses on business model innovation in entrepreneurial ecosystems. Within a case study format, students will assess the influences of (disruptive) innovators on the prevalent business models of incumbent firms from various industries. Based on the analyses, strategies shall be derived in order to ensure competitiveness and long-term profitability. The seminar paper has to be presented and discussed. Students will also have to discuss other seminar papers presented.

BA and MA Theses Show content

If you are interested in writing your thesis at the Chair of Business Dynamics, Innovation and Economic Change, please suggest a topic that fits the general research direction of the chair and submit a research exposé detailing the content of your research project as well as the addressed research question(s). Interested students should apply to write the thesis at least 6 weeks before their desired start date. We encourage students with a good empirical background to do a replication study. This is in particular advisable for those who plan to pursue doctoral studies afterwards. If you are interested in this, please let us know.

Guidelines for Seminars and Theses Show content

A style guide for Seminar papers and Theses will be provided in due course.

Recommendation Letters Show content

If you want us to write a letter of recommendation for you, please email the following documents to uiw.wiwi@uni-jena.de

  • a filled copy of this form [pdf 57KB]
  • the CV that you will use for the application
  • your current grades from Friedolin (or your graduation certificate if you have already completed your degree).

We will let you know whether we can write a letter of recommendation after considering your answers and your records. We may also invite you to come the chair to discuss the possibility of writing a letter.

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