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Summer 2017

Please check my official homepage for information on currently offered courses. 

 

  

Past Semesters

Lectures:

Political Economy (lecture, undergraduate, KU)

Public Finance (lecture, undergraduate, KU)

Tax Policy (lecture & tutorial, graduate, KU)

Multinational Firms and their Taxation (lecture & tutorial, undergraduate, KU)
Evaluation: 1.2*/1.5* (lecture/tutorial, winter semester 2015)

Multinational Firms and their Taxation (lecture, undergraduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 1.28° (2nd best lecture in the winter semester 2013)

 

Seminars and Tutorials:

 International Tax: Interdiscplinary Aspects (seminar, graduate, joint with Reinald Koch, KU)

Theoretical and Empirical Modelling (PhD course, joint with Alexander Danzer, KU) 

Seminar on Public Economics (seminar, undergraduate, KU)
Evaluation: 1.0* (winter semester 2015)

Tax Havens: Theory and Empirics (seminar, undergraduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 1.5° (winter semester 2015)

Advanced Topics in Taxation (tutorial and seminar with Prof. Andreas Haufler, graduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 1.42° (summer semester 2014)

Public Economics (tutorial, graduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 1.65°, 1.81° (winter semester 2013); 1.0° (summer semester 2014)

Corporate Taxation (seminar by Prof. Andreas Haufler, graduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 1.80° (winter semester 2013)

Taxation and Regulation of the Financial Sector (seminar by Prof. Andreas Haufler, undergraduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 1.46° (winter semester 2012)

International Taxation and Tax Competition (seminar by Prof. Andreas Haufler, graduate, LMU)
(winter semester 2011)

Public Finance in Developing Countries (seminar by Prof. Andreas Haufler, undergraduate, LMU)
(winter semester 2010)

Economic Policy (tutorial, undergraduate, LMU)
Evaluation: 2.21° (summer semester 2010)

 

*Evaluated by all participating students on a scale from 1 (very good) to 5 (very poor). The reported evaluation is the average "total grade for the course".
°Evaluated by all participating students on a scale from 1 (very good) to 5 (poor). The reported evaluation is the average "subjective grade for the lecturer".