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Probability Theory for Economics and Finance

Please register for this lecture in HISinOne!

Lecture

taught by Dr. Jonathan Ansari

Content                 

The lecture will cover a range of relevant mathematical tools and techniques from probability theory that are typically required for further studies in economics and finance.

At the end of the course students should be able to understand and apply these tools. Further, the methods discussed in class will help students to read current research papers in finance and economics.

During the semester the students practice the methods which are discussed in class with the help of problem sets.
 

Date Lecture

The lecture will take place virtually.
 

Wednesdays 2-4pm
 

Start date

April 21st - June 2nd, 2021 as a Block Course

 

LanguageEnglish
 
PrerequisiteGood command of calculus and linear algebra at the undergraduate level
 
ECTS4
 
Exam

60 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!

ILIAS

Course materials will be available on ILIAS.

Please register for the course in HISinOne.

 

Credit

The lecture is open for students of the following studies:

In M.Sc. Economics, the course can be credited in all profiles.

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.

 

Tutorial

taught by Riccardo Brignone

Date Tutorial

Tuesdays                                                                    

10am - 12pm              

First meeting
April 27th, 2021
Last meetingJune 8th, 2021

 

 

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