Principles of Finance


taught by Dr. Christoph Gerhart

Content                  The lecture introduces the basic principles of asset pricing and the valuation of contingent claims in both complete and incomplete market models.
Mondays, 2-4pm, room 3219 KG III

First meetingMonday, April the 29th, 2019
PrerequisiteAdvanced Microeconomics I

120 minutes written exam.

Please find the current examination dates on the examination office's homepage.

For a correct identification, please bring your UniCard AND your ID to the exam.

For details on the registration and the registration period for the first exam, please also look at the websites of the examination offices of Economics and Mathematics for further information!


Course materials will be available on ILIAS. The password necessary to register for the course on ILIAS will be given in the first lecture!


The lecture is open for M.Sc. Economics, B.Sc. and M.Sc. Mathematics, M.Sc. VWL and diploma students in their advanced study period.

In M.Sc. Economics, the course can be credited in the profile "Finance".

In M.Sc. Mathematics, the course can be credited for the special profile "Finanzmathematik" or as an elective.

In B.Sc. Mathematics, the course can be credited as an elective.

In M.Sc. VWL, the course can be credited for

  • VWL-Theorie (examination regulations from 2011)

  • Accounting, Finance, and Taxation (new examination regulations, valid from winter term 2014/2015)

In M.Sc. BWL, the course can be credited as elective course Volkswirtschaftslehre.

For VWL Diplom, the course can be credited in "Finanzmärkte und -management" or "Finanz- und Rechnungswesen".



taught by Dr. Victor Feunou


Tuesdays, 4-6pm, room 3219 KG III                          
First meeting
Tuesday, April the 30th, 2019


Additional Tutorials

taught by Xiaolei Huang and Julian Sester


Chinese: Tuesdays, 12-2pm, room 2 Peterhof
(First meeting: May the 14th, 2019)

English: Fridays, 8-10am, room 2121 KG II
(First meeting: May the 17th, 2019)                                                    


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