Doctoral Program

Doctoral Course Program

Please note

Due to the corona pandemic, some of the courses of summer semester 2020 cannot be conducted as planned. Please find information on changed formats (e.g. virtual lecture) and dates, as well as other information on the courses in the course list below. If you have questions on the organization of a course, please contact the organizer.

  • The registration for our doctoral courses is binding.
  • From the course program, all doctoral candidates who entered the list of doctoral candidates after January 1, 2014, have to complete at least four courses in Methods/Theory and one research skills seminar or five courses in Methods/Theory. Each doctoral course has to be on doctoral level and has to be equivalent to 4 ECTS and a minimum of 22.5 hours class time.
  • Doctoral candidates who would like to hand in their doctoral thesis must contact the Graduate Center in time (at least three months in advance) in order to request the approval form before submitting your dissertation to make sure your doctoral course program is completed. Please note that there are different approval forms according to the entry date to the list of doctoral candidates and the membership status in the Graduate School.
  • If not indicated differently, all doctoral courses are taught in English.

Title
Description
Lecturer
Course Dates
‘The complete course program will be published soon
Advanced Econometrics: Causal Inference
Econometric analysis aims at uncovering economic mechanisms, their causes and effects. Understanding...

the mechanisms behind a phenomenon is indispensable if one is to give advice to managers or policy makers, or to build theory. Simple regressions on cross-sectional data show associations, but not causality, so we need more sophisticated methods. This course shall convey econometric methods that allow causal inference, or at least to come closer to uncovering causal effects. The focus will be on applicable knowledge, less on details of the theory.

 

Topics comprise various methods to address selection issues and come close to causality:
1. Randomized controlled trials and natural experiments
2. Matching
3. Regression discontinuity design
4. Instrumental variables
5. Panel data
6. Differences-in-Differences
7. Heckman selection models

 

Prerequisites: Participants need to have econometrics knowledge corresponding to an introductory Ph.D. level course in econometrics. Ideally, they should have participated in such a course, e.g. in “Applied Econometrics: An Introduction” by Professor Hottenrott. They should also have basic knowledge of STATA or R. Free self-study material for STATA and R can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/ econometricsacademy, and for R specifically here (introduction) and here (regressions).

 

Syllabus: Advanced Econometrics: Causal Inference

Registration: Until April 9, 2021, via Moodle.


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Prof. Dr. Joachim Henkel (TUM)

Kick-off April 15, 2021, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm via Zoom. The course will be taught as a series of seven half-day seminars in June and July. Dates will be coordinated with participants. If possible, the course will be held in person; otherwise, via Zoom.
Behavioral and Experimental Economics
This course is aimed at all PhD students who (plan to) work experimentally and/or whose research foc...

usses on understanding human behavior, from a variety of backgrounds (economics, management, psychology, etc.). Previous knowledge of economics, game theory and experimental methods will be helpful but not indispensable. Ideally you have already attended the Introduction in Experimental Economics course.

 

Syllabus: Behavioral and Experimental Economics

Registration: Email to m.kurschilgen@tum.de (before June 1, 2021). Please write BehavExpEcon as email subject. Applicants will be accepted on a FCFS basis.


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Prof. Dr. Michael Kurschilgen (TUM)

We will kick off the course on June 17. The other course dates are July 5, 8, 12, 19, 22, 26, 29. Each session will be from 9:00 to 12:00.
Contemporary Topics in Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise Research
This course provides an overview of the broad research field of entrepreneurship and family enterpri...

ses, and insight into a selected number of contemporary topics. The seminar is targeted at doctoral students, who intend to strengthen their theoretical knowledge in topics related to entrepreneurship and family enterprise.

 

Syllabus: Contemporary Topics in Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise Research

Registration: Since the seminar is very interactive in nature, it is limited to 15 participants. If you are interested in the seminar, send a short letter of motivation and CV until May 10, 2021 to office.gcfe@wi.tum.de


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Prof. Dr. Miriam Bird (TUM)

June 2, June 28, June 29, June 30, July 1, 2021
Economics of Aging (Methods/Theory)
The seminar “Economics of Aging” will cover several economic and sociological aspects of demogra...

phic change. A special focus will be given to the analysis of: 1) the consequences of aging for the sustainability of the social security systems; 2) the interactions between economic decisions and health outcomes and 3) the consequences of aging on labor, capital and goods markets.

 

Solid knowledge of quantitative empirical research methods is essential. Successful prior completion of “Applied Econometrics” (Prof. Hottenrott) or comparable courses is required. Successful completion of “Advanced Econometrics: Causal Inference” (Prof. Henkel) or comparable courses is strongly recommended.

 

Syllabus: Economics of Aging

Registration by e-mail to kneip@mea.mpisoc.mpg.de until March 29, 2021


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Prof. Axel Börsch-Supan (Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy)

Wednesdays, 10.30 to 12.00 a.m.

The course takes place throughout the term (incl. lecture-free time). Students need to participate for a sufficient amount of presentation time (22.5 hours) to arrive at the full credit of 4 ETCS.

Kick-Off: April 7
Location: Munich Center for Economics of Aging, Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik, Room 313, Amalienstraße 33, 80799 München

Note: The course will be held online (via gotomeeting) until further notice.
Eye Tracking for Organisational Research and Economics (how to develop, conduct, and analyse your own eye tracking study)
This seminar aims at teaching the theoretical and practical basics of eye tracking and how it is app...

lied more or less meaningfully in management and organisational research. Graduate students will be enabled to understand eye tracking, successfully read respective papers and their method section, and to assess the potential as well as the pitfalls of eye tracking in their fields of research. Furthermore, graduate students will be familiarised with the complete research cycle of eye tracking studies (designing/developing, conducting and analysing eye tracking studies).

 

Syllabus: Eye Tracking for Organisational Research and Economics

Registration: Please send an e-mail to hannah.kunde@tum.de before August 2nd 2021 – including a brief description of your prior experience with eye tracking and your TUM-ID.


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Hannah Kunde (TUM),
Dr. Franziska Emmerling (TUM)

All sessions will take place online. The zoom-link will be send to participants before the first course day.
10.08.2021, 9:00-12:00 & 13:00-15:00
11.08.2021, 9:00-12:00 & 13:00-16:00
24.08.2021, 9:00-12:00 & 13:00-16:00
25.08.2021, 9:00-12:00 & 13:00-16:00
Introduction to Experimental Economics
This course is for researchers on the doctoral or post-doctoral levels who are beginners in economic...

laboratory experiments. It will enable you to

  • decide whether a laboratory experiment is appropriate to address some research question;
  • find research questions in your area of interest that a laboratory experiment can address;
  • develop an experimental design to address such a research question.

In addition, the course will offer you hands-on training on how to bring experiments to the laboratory. It will cover common practical issues, such as which software to use, how to recruit participants, or how to conduct an experiment.

The course will be most beneficial for you if you plan to run your own experiment soon. It will be particularly helpful for you if you consider using experimenTUM, TUM’s laboratory for experimental research in economics.

 

Syllabus: Introduction to Experimental Economics

Registration:

Write to Andreas Ostermaier no later than July 23, 2021 to sign up (ostermaier@sam.sdu.dk). Please state your primary research area and method. Mention also what motivates you to sign up for this course and whether you are planning to run an experiment.

If you have a research question or idea for an experiment that you would like to see as an assignment, remember to include a very brief proposal in your application. If you have any introductory readings, feel free to suggest these, too.

Please make sure you can attend the full course before signing up. From a pedagogical angle and out of fairness toward the other participants, you should not miss any part of the course for any reason, including the supervision of student exams.

 


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Dr. Andreas Ostermaier (University of Southern Denmark)

July 26–28, 2021 in room 0505.Z1.534Z
If so mandated by TUM’s health and safety requirements, the seminar will be held online.
Mastering the Review Process: Writing and Responding to Peer-Reviews
The course (1) provides an overview of the peer-review process in international scientific journals ...

in business (i.e., submission procedures and requirements, editorial decisions, hierarchies), (2) provides guidance regarding how to write constructive reviews (i.e., generic template for a review, review expectancies for different outlets and different publication stages, serving as a discussant), (3) helps students analyzing reviews they received for their papers (i.e., identifying and aggregating received comments etc.), (4) to respond to reviews (i.e., writing a response note). The course provides practical examples from real peer review processes. The course starts with an introductory presentation by the instructor. Then, participants write peer reviews for the papers of other participants. After receiving reviews for their papers, students respond to the received reviews by writing response letters. Students will present their responses to the class.

 

Syllabus: Mastering the Review Process: Writing of and Responding to Peer-Reviews

Registration: Please send an email to Office.cdt@wi.tum.de with a short registration request that includes your name and the title of your paper. Registration deadline: 15.04.2021.


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Prof. Dr. Jens Förderer (TUM)

Course will be held online via Zoom. Login details will be distributed after registration.
22.04.2021: Kick-off, administration, presentation by instructor (8.30-15.30)
21.05.2021: Presentation day 1 (8.30-17.30)
25.06.2021: Presentation day 2 (8.30-17.30)
Networks and Organizations
The study of networks has become crucial for the understanding of organization. In this class, we di...

scuss research on social networks and examine how it informs our understanding of organizations – informing a variety of topics such as strategy, innovation, or entrepreneurship.

The goal of the class is to understand the theory as well as the methods underlying research on social networks.

 

Syllabus: Preliminary syllabus

Registration: via Moodle untill June 28, 2021. The number of participants is not limited.


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Prof. Henning Piezunka, Ph.D. (INSEAD)

July 5 – 9, 2021
Ph.D. Seminar on Advanced Dynamic Programming
Dynamic programming is an optimization approach that has been widely applied in operations managemen...

t. In this course, the students will study the advanced models in dynamic programming systematically. At the end of this course, students will be able to understand the mathematical derivation of dynamic programming, model the sequential decision-making problems, and find the optimal solution proficiently.

 

Syllabus: Ph.D. Seminar on Advanced Dynamic Programming

Registration: via Moodle


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Prof. Dr. Jingui Xie (TUM)

Every thursday morning from 9-12 am. The first kick-off meeting is on April 15.
Psychological Theories
This course gives an introduction to the psychological theories and concepts that have been most inf...

luential for management research and practice. At the end of the course participants will be familiar with the key concepts, respective empirical findings, and their application to management practice. To this end, each participant will be asked to present in class recent research pertaining to the theory s/he chooses, and to conduct an interactive exercise to facilitate a more comprehensive understanding of the theory’s relevance for management research and practice. During the kick-off session, participants wil receive an introduction to psychological research, and will be asked to choose one of the theories.

 

Syllabus: Psychological Theories

Registration: Please register via email (e.derrigo@tum.de) until April 30, 2021. Participants will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.


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Prof. Dr. Claudia Peus (TUM), Dr. Anna Brzykcy (TUM)

May 10, 2021, 9.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m., online
May 31, 2021, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., online
June 14, 2021, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., online
The Regulation of Financial Markets
The course will cover investment opportunities in the private equities sphere with a focus on the po...

ssible vehicles in that sphere, the corporate governance aspects involved in the private equity market, the financial regulation of private equity and potential tax issues, and advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of private equity available, corporate as well as non-corporate.

 

These topics will be discussed generally and with a special focus on South Africa. South Africa is the second largest economy in Africa. Its economy is diversified and the most industrialized in Africa. It also is the only African G20 member. The economy is based on a large mining sector, but agriculture, financial services, manufacturing and a growing Fintech sector also form important components of the economy. In total, South Africa has one of the few upper middle class economies on the African continent according to the World Bank.

 

From an investment perspective, South Africa is regarded as an ideal emerging market destination. Arguably, investors seeking to invest in an emerging market consider various factors before deciding to invest. This holds true for every economy, but even more so in an emerging market economy. Relevant factors would be anything from efficient infrastructure, a predictable and independent judiciary, a skilled workforce, and a state of the art financial industry. Together with his doctoral students, Professor Stevens will analyze financial markets in South Africa and their regulatory context. The main outcome of his course will be the analysis, whether South Africa is a safe destination from a financial markets and regulatory perspective. The course will also provide an overview of how South Africa’s Financial Markets Act deals with insider trading.

 

This course is equivalent to 4 ECTS and 22.5 hours class time.

 

Syllabus: tbd

Registration: This course is for PhD students only! Please send an email to: sekretariat.jura@tum.de untill 01.05.2021. Max. 25 participants. First come first served.


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Prof. Richard Stevens, LL.M. (University of Stellenbosch)

tbd

Room 1355
Title
Description
Lecturer
Course Dates
Applied Econometrics: an introduction
This doctoral course aims at giving doctoral students an overview of essential quantitative methods....

We will not focus on the econometrics, but aim at developing the students’ understanding of what the methods are all about and how they work in practice. The course is taught over 5 days. We expect all students to read all the required readings and be prepared to discuss as the class will be interactive. Attendance is mandatory! We have combined lectures that provide an overview of the different concepts as well as more applied exercises that employ the techniques we will discuss. All examples will be illustrated using STATA. If you do not have a license, please make sure you can access a network license from the School of Management.

Syllabus: Applied Econometrics

Registration: hanna.hottenrott@tum.de


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Prof. Dr. Hanna Hottenrott

Location: online (Zoom)
Course time: 5 days: 23.3., 24.3., 26.3., 29.3., 31.3.2021 (approx. 9.30am - 4pm)
Data Analytics in Scientific Research – An Introduction
Das Ziel des 3-tägigen Seminars besteht darin den Doktoranden ein interdisziplinä­res Wissen zur ...

Anwendung von Data Analytics Lösungen im wissenschaftlichen Umfeld zu vermitteln. Im Seminar wird den Doktoranden ein ganzheitlicher Einblick im Vorgehen, von der Datenaufbereitung bis hin zur Interpretation der Analyseer­gebnisse, gelehrt. Ergänzend erfolgt eine Einführung in die Softwarelösung Alteryx, welche im Rahmen der Gruppenarbeit benötigt wird. Die in den Gruppen zu bear­beitenden Problemstellungen sollte den Doktoranden ermöglichen erste Erfahrun­gen mit Alteryx zu erlangen, die Grundlagen aus dem Seminar anzuwenden sowie Vor- und Nachteile eines solchen Analyse-Tools zu erkennen.

Syllabus: Data Analytics in Scientific Research – An Introduction

Registration: Alle interessierten Doktoranden müssen sich bis spätestens zwei Wochen vor Veranstaltungsbeginn per E-Mail anmelden (E-Mail: wi-sekretariate@wi.tum.de). Die Seminar ist ausgebucht.


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Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. mult. Horst Wildemann / Dr. Sebastian Eckert

23. - 25.10.2020
Economics of Aging (Methods/Theory)
The seminar “Economics of Aging” will cover several economic and sociological aspects of demogra...

phic change. A special focus will be given to the analysis of: 1) the consequences of aging for the sustainability of the social security systems; 2) the interactions between economic decisions and health outcomes and 3) the consequences of aging on labor, capital and goods markets.

Basic knowledge of the empirical research methods is essential. The successful completion of courses like “empirical research methods”, “angewandte Statistik”, “empirische Wirtschaftsforschung”, “consumer behavior research methods” is highly recommended.

 

Syllabus: Economics of Aging (Methods/Theory)

Registration: By e-mail to: kneip@mea.mpisoc.mpg.de until October 19, 2020


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Prof. Axel Börsch-Supan
Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

Wednesdays, 10.30 to 12.00 a.m.

Kick-Off: November 4
Location: Munich Center for Economics of Aging, Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik, Room 313, Amalienstraße 33, 80799 München

Note: The course will be held online.
Mastering the Review Process: Writing of and Responding to Peer-Reviews
The course (1) provides an overview of the peer-review process in international scientific journals ...

in business (i.e., submission procedures and requirements, editorial decisions, hierarchies), (2) provides guidance regarding how to write constructive reviews (i.e., generic template for a review, review expectancies for different outlets and different publication stages, serving as a discussant), (3) helps students analyzing reviews they received for their papers (i.e., identifying and aggregating received comments etc.), (4) to respond to reviews (i.e., writing a response note). The course provides practical examples from real peer review processes. The course starts with an introductory presentation by the instructor. Then, participants write peer reviews for the papers of other participants. After receiving reviews for their papers, students respond to the received reviews by writing response letters. Students will present their responses to the class.

 

Syllabus: Mastering the Review Process: Writing of and Responding to Peer-Reviews

Registration: Please send an email to Office.cdt@wi.tum.de with a short registration request that includes your name and the title of your paper. Registration deadline: 21.10.2020.


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Prof. Dr. Jens Förderer

20.11.2020: Kick-off, administration, presentation by instructor (8.30-15.30)
18.12.2020: Presentation day 1 [reviews] (8.30-17.30)
15.01.2021: Presentation day 2 [responses] (8.30-17.30)
Paper Design Workshop
Academic conversations mainly progress through paper publications in academic journals – in short,...

these conversations depict how we, as academics, try to explain the world (i.e., how we theorize it). Accordingly, as academics, a key goal we have is to make substantive contributions to conversations through publications.

In that context, it is important to understand that not all papers and all journals are the same. Academic conversations are often led by publications in so-called top journals. That does not mean that all papers in top journals are good, or that papers published outside those journals are bad – however, given how we all have limited time (and, hence, often focus our reading time on top journals), publications in top journals carry more status and, in the logic of a self-fulfilling prophecy, that should attract better paper submissions, a stricter reviewing process, and, hence, higher quality on average.

Accordingly, a key question that follows to junior researchers who strive to make such a visible contribution to science (and for an academic career) is how to go about designing and writing top publications

Syllabus: Paper Design Workshop

Application process:
Please submit to o.alexy@tum.de by 15.11.2020: a cover letter, a full, up-to-date academic resume, the paper or paper idea you would like to bring into this course including any review(s) you may have potentially received on the paper previously. In your cover letter (no longer than 2 pages), please specify (1) the topic and state of your doctoral thesis, (2) why and how you think that taking this specific course will help you become a better scholar, (3) what scholar you would like to become, (4) the history of your paper (where does it come from, where has it been), and your goals for the paper (where do you want to submit it, when, and why), and (5) why you think this paper can make a contribution to academia, what that contribution is, and who would care.

Please note that no feedback can be provided on applications that are turned down.

 


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Oliver Alexy

27.11.2020
18.12.2020
29.01.2021
05.03.2021
All course session will take place ONLINE via Zoom from 8:30am to about 2:30 pm – a link with be provided later.
Ph.D. Seminar on Recent Research Advances in Analytics, Operations, and Supply Chain Management
Reading and comprehending academic studies is perhaps the most essential skill for conducting and pu...

blishing own research. At the end of this course, students will be able to critically discuss and analyze influential research papers published in top journals. For any given study, students will be able to read it carefully, analyze its strengths and weaknesses and point independently to possible future research perspectives.
Students will further become more independent researchers as they will understand (1) some of the key elements pertaining to successfully published studies, (2) how to make a significant contribution to literature, and (3) how to tell a story in a research publication.

Syllabus: Ph.D. Seminar on Recent Research Advances in Analytics, Operations, and Supply Chain Management

Registration: Registration for this course can be done through “self-enrollment” in Moodle: https://www.moodle.tum.de/course/view.php?id=59045.


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Prof. Kiesmüller (gudrun.kiesmueller@tum.de), Prof. Xie (jin-gui.xie@tum.de), and Prof. Wuttke (david.wuttke@tum.de) at TUM Campus Heilbronn

- The course takes place weekly in the winter semester (Vorlesungszeit).
- Kick-Off: November 5
- It is always on Thursday, 12:30 PM – 2:45 PM
- It takes place in the room L.2.41 on the TUM Campus Heilbronn
PhD Seminar on Academic Writing
This course aims at improving participant’ academic writing skills, and help them to publish paper...

s at leading journals. The course is an intensive one-week course, where participants are expected to focus exclusively on this course. Participants are expected to submit a piece of writing before the start of the seminar. This can be a draft of a conference paper or a draft of a regular paper. The goal is to course is to revise the written piece after each day of the PhD course. At the end of the course, the initially submitted piece of writing should be revised substantially and should be re-submitted to the professor. Participants should also actively take part in the discussions.

Prerequisites: First writing experience (in English). Please note that attendance is expected on all three days.

Syllabus: PhD Seminar on Scholarly Writing

Registration: By email to doctoralprogram@wi.tum.de. Participants will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. The maximum number of participants is 20. Please include information on your paper etc. that you would like to work on.


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Prof. Christoph Fuchs, PhD

Day 1: 18. March 2021 (online), 9:30 – ca. 16:45
Day 2: 22. March 2021 (online), 9:30 – ca. 16:45
Day 3: 24. March 2021 (online), 9:30 – ca. 16:45
Psychological Theories
This course gives an introduction to the psychological theories and concepts that have been most inf...

luential for management research and practice. At the end of the course, participants will be familiar with the key concepts, respective empirical findings, and their application to management practice. To this end, each participant will be asked to present in class recent research pertaining to the theory s/he chooses, and to conduct an interactive exercise to facilitate a more comprehensive understanding of the theory’s relevance for management research and practice. During the kick-off session, participants will receive an introduction to psychological research and will be asked to choose one of the theories.

 

Syllabus: Psychological Theories

Registration: By email to martin.fladerer@tum.de (Martin Fladerer) until November 9, 2020. Participants will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.


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Prof. Dr. Claudia Peus, Dr. Martin Fladerer

November 9, 2020, 10.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., online
December 7, 2020, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., online
January 18, 2021, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., online
Qualitative Research
Qualitative research has become an established method of inquiry in human and social sciences, inclu...

ding management and related fields. Qualitative papers are published in leading management journals (e.g. Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Organisation Studies, Journal of Business Venturing, and Journal of Consumer Research). In this seminar you will learn about the nature of qualitative research, different approaches, and research designs. Furthermore, you will become familiar with the facets and nuances of qualitative data collection and analysis.

Syllabus: Qualitative Research

Registration: The seminar is targeted at doctoral students, who are in the beginning of their studies, and who intend to employ qualitative research. Since the seminar is very interactive in nature, it is limited to 15 participants. If you are interested in the seminar, send a short letter of motivation and CV until February 4, 2021 to Prof. Dr. Frank-Martin Belz (email: Frank.Belz@tum.de).


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Prof. Dr. Frank-Martin Belz

11.02.2021, 18.02.2021, 25.02.2021, 04.03.2021, 11.03.2021, 18.03.2021
9:15 am - 1:00 pm
Due to COVID-19 the doctoral seminar will take place online enabled by Zoom. The link will be shared with the accepted participants prior to the seminar.
Stochastic Models
Many real life system are subject to uncertainty and should therefore be modelled with stochastic mo...

dels. In this course we focus on the theory and the application of three different classes of stochastic models: Discrete Time Markov Chains, Continuous Time Markov Chains, and Markov Decision Processes. The students should gain knowledge about these models such that they are able to construct these models, and apply them to solve real life problems. For illustration we use among others models of inventory systems, manufacturing systems, maintenance systems, and queuing systems. Students should know how formulas for performance measures can be derived and how they can be computed. Further, the students learn numerical methods to obtain solutions. Additionally, we discuss methods to derive structural results and to obtain optimal policies.

Prerequisites: Participants should have basic knowledge in probability theory (Random variables, discrete and continuous distribution functions, conditional distributions, moments of random variables). The required prior knowledge includes the topics discussed in the first part (chapter 1 – 7) of the book from Stewart, W.J. (2009): Probability, Markov Chains, Queues, and Simulation, Princeton. Additionally, students should have basic programming experience.

Syllabus: Stochastic Models

Registration: Students who would like to participate should send an e-mail to office.cdt@wi.tum.de A maximum number of 15 students can participate.


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Prof. Dr. Gudrun P Kiesmüller

Online-Course: 15.03.2021 – 09.04.2021
Topics in Finance
The goal of this course is to present and discuss current state-of-the-art research in finance. Ther...

efore, renowned researchers from various European universities will present their latest research in the fields of asset pricing, corporate finance, and financial intermediation. Extensive discussion in class is encouraged. Thereby, students will learn to know and discuss critically current topics in finance. They will also learn more about state-of-the-art research methodologies.

The target audience are PhD students and post-docs in finance. A requisite for participation is a specialization in finance and/or accounting.

 

Syllabus: Topics in Finance

Registration: Please send an email to matthias.hanauer[at]tum.de by October 30, 2020. In your email, please state your department and specify the topic and state of your PhD thesis or research area (post-docs). Strict preference will be given to individuals with a specialization in finance and/or accounting.


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Various speakers from various European universities

The course takes place throughout the full academic year (WS 20/21 + SS21). Students need to participate for a sufficient amount of presentation time (22.5 hours) to arrive at the full credit of 4 ETCS.
Women and Entrepreneurship
Women entrepreneurs are starting businesses at a faster rate compared to the population at large. De...

spite this trend, women entrepreneurs are underrepresented in many industries, experience high failure rates, often start lifestyle venture that do not grow. Given these patterns, in the last decades there has been an increasing body of research on the topic, leading women’s entrepreneurship research to be established as a field of study. Women’s entrepreneurship research has influenced entrepreneurship domain by showing that entrepreneurship is a gendered phenomenon (Jennings & Brush, 2013). Women’s entrepreneurship research has been published in leading journals such as the Academy of Management Annals and Administrative Science Quarterly. In the first part of the seminar, students will acquire knowledge of the foundations of women’s entrepreneurship field. During the second part, students will look at the main questions that define the field today and critically examine  ow researchers are approaching these questions. The seminar is targeted at Doctoral students, who are interested in understanding the gender issues in entrepreneurship.

Syllabus: Women and Entrepreneurship

Registration: Please send an email to daniela.gimenez@tum.de (before December 15, 2020).

Capacity: Max. 15 participants.


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Dr. Daniela Gimenez Jimenez

13.01.2021, 20.01.2021, 27.01.2021, 03.02.2021, 10.02.2021, 17.02.2021

Given the current pandemic, the doctoral seminar will take place via zoom from 9 am to 12:30 pm. The zoom link will be provided before the seminar starts.

Contact

  • Annette Rank von Bronk
    Grade Management, Doctoral Program, TUM Campus Heilbronn
  • Phone +49 (7131) 264 18603
  • Room Bildungscampus 2, 74076 Heilbronn
  • E-Mail doctoralprogram@wi.tum.de
  • Student Visiting Hours

    Due to the current situation, our offices will remain closed for the time being.
    Please send us an e-mail instead.
    Responsibilities: registration to list of doctoral candidates, DocGS, submission of doctoral thesis, proofreading service, internationalization grants, certificates

  • Oliver Klein
    Program Manager, Doctoral Program, TUM Campus Heilbronn
  • Phone +49 (7131) 264 18607
  • Room Bildungscampus 9, 74076 Heilbronn
  • E-Mail doctoralprogram@wi.tum.de
  • Student Visiting Hours

    Due to the current situation, we have decided to cancel our Student Visiting Hours. Instead, we offer consultations via phone:
    Mon: 8-9.30am, Wed: 1-2pm, Fr: 9-11am
    Responsibilities: program management, project management

  • Janine Rothenburger
    Grade Management, Doctoral Program, TUM Campus Munich
  • Phone +49 (89) 289 25033
  • Fax +49 (89) 289 25070
  • Room 1566
  • E-Mail doctoralprogram@wi.tum.de
  • Student Visiting Hours

    Due to the current situation, we have decided to cancel our Student Visiting Hours.
    Please call us via phone or send us an email with your inquiry.
    Responsibilities: registration to list of doctoral candidates, DocGS, submission of doctoral thesis, proofreading service, internationalization grants, certificates

  • Charlotte Buhl
    Program Manager, Doctoral Program, TUM Campus Munich
  • Phone +49 (89) 289 25082
  • Fax +49 (89) 289 25070
  • E-Mail doctoralprogram@wi.tum.de
  • Student Visiting Hours

    Due to the current situation, we have decided to cancel our Student Visiting Hours.
    Please call us via phone or send us an email with your inquiry. If necessary, we offer an online appointment.
    Responsibilities: program management, project management