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Summer Semester 
from  15/04/2024 to  20/07/2024

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Dr. Harald Michel

„Applied demography“

Sum­mer­ Se­me­sterfrom 15/04/2024 to20/07/2024
Wednesdays 10:15 - 11:45 am


  Online booking takes place via AGNES!
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General Literature:

Mackenroth, G.
Popu­la­tion theo­ry, so­cio­lo­gy and sta­tis­tics of the po­pu­la­tion, Ber­lin 1953

Mombert, P.
Theory of population, Jena 1929

Mayer, T.
The de­mo­gra­phic cri­sis, Frank­furt a.M. 1999

Livi Bacci, M.
Euro­pe and its peo­ple, Mu­nich 1999

Imhof, A.E.
From an in­se­cure to a se­cure life­span, Darm­stadt 1988

Ehmer, J.
Popu­la­tion hi­sto­ry and hi­sto­ri­cal de­mo­gra­phy 1800 - 2000, Munich 2004

Cipolla, C.M.
Euro­pean eco­no­mic hi­sto­ry, 1-5, Stutt­gart, New York 1978-1980

Braudel, F.
Social history of the 15th-18th centuries, Mün­chen 1985/86

Carr-Saunders, A.M.
World Po­pu­lat­ion, Past Growth and Pre­sent Trends, Ox­ford 1937

Mueller, U., Nauck, B., Diekmann, A. (Hrsg.)
Handbook of Demography 1-2, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York 2000

Schmid, J.
Intro­duc­tion to popu­la­tion so­cio­lo­gy, Rein­bek 1976

Köllmann, W., Marschalck, P.
Population history, Cologne 1972

Wrigley, E.A.
Chan­ging popu­la­tion struc­ture - me­thods and re­sults of de­mo­gra­phy, Mu­nich 1969

Heinsohn, G.
Hu­man pro­duc­tion - ge­ne­ral po­pu­la­tion theo­ry of mo­dern ti­mes, Frank­furt a.M. 1979

Michel, H. (mit Lischke, R.-J.)
On the de­velop­ment of popu­la­tion sci­ence in Ger­man-spea­king coun­tries from its be­gin­nings to 1945, in: Ber­lin Sta­tis­tics - Month­ly Out­put 3/2001


Sum­mer Seme­ster '24




Semi­nar
Event num­ber
7010894
SWS
2
Event sta­tus
Re­leased for cour­se ca­ta­lo­gue
Language
german
Rythm
every 2nd Se­me­ster, Moodle-­Link
Moodle-Help SoSe '24
Occu­pan­cy pe­ri­od (- on­line re­qui­red !)
Central deadline (from 01.02.2024 - 10.04.2024)
As­sig­ned Per­son
  • Origin and development of population theories and their effectiveness; Population policy: possibility and limits; current demographic crisis in Europe - shrinking and aging populations: causes (decrease in birth rate), consequences and consequences with regard to global issues; Migration processes and their effects (immigration, increasing or reducing disparities - East Germany, international developments).


  • Part of the seminar is an ungraded presentation


  • The technical prerequisite for participation in the seminar is the course „Economic and social-historical aspects of demography“, offered in the winter semester.


  • Participants Limit: 25


  • Registration: In the period from 01.02. to 10.04.2024 via AGNES.


  • Selection process: Students who have a hardship case according to §90 (1) ZSP HU (health, social, disability-related or family reasons) submit the relevant evidence to Ms. Bönisch in the study office of the Faculty of Economics by the end of the registration period. For all other applicants the draw decides.


  • This seminar is NOT sufficient as a prerequisite for writing a bachelor's thesis at the Department of Economic History.

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    up to Summer Semester '24





    Ba­sic Da­ta
    Event type Seminar Event Num­ber 70­10­894
    Se­me­ster SoSe 2024 SWS 2
    Rhythm every 2nd Se­me­ster Moodle-Link  yes
    Event Sta­tus Re­lea­sed for lec­ture ca­ta­lo­gue  Lan­gua­ge ger­man
    Occu­pan­cy pe­riod Online (Cen­tral Dead­line »01.02.2024 - 10.04.2024«) „cur­rent“
    Event ­For­mat Pre­sence
    Dates
    Group 1
    Day Time Rhythm Room Sta­tus
    We. 10:15 until 11:45 weekly Link: In­sti­tute buil­ding - Room 23, Span­dauer Straße 1, EG (SPA 1) - (class­room) takes place
    Assigned Person
    Assigned Per­son Res­pon­si­bili­ty
    Michel, Harald, Dr.
    Cour­ses of Stu­dy
    Di­plo­ma Course of Stu­dy LP Se­me­ster
    Ba­che­lor of Arts  Eco­no­mics 2nd-Subject (Deepe­ning: no LA; PO­Ver­sion: 2016)    
    Bachelor of Science  Busi­ness Ad­mini­stra­tion Mo­no­ba­che­lor (Deepe­ning: no LA; PO­Ver­sion: 2016)   
    Bachelor of Science  Eco­no­mics Mo­no­ba­che­lor (Deepe­ning: no LA; PO­Ver­sion: 2016)   
    Bachelor of Science  Eco­no­mics 2nd-Subject (Deepe­ning: no LA; PO­Ver­sion: 2016)   
    Ba­che­lor of Sci­ence  Busi­ness Edu­ca­tion (WV) Core Sub­ject (Deepe­ning: no LA; PO­Ver­sion: 2016)   
    Ba­che­lor of Sci­ence  Busi­ness Edu­ca­tion (WV) Core Sub­ject (Deepe­ning: no LA; PO­Ver­sion: 2016)   
    Pro­gram Stu­dies - wo. degr.  Busi­ness Ad­mini­stra­tion Pro­gram (PO­Ver­sion: 1999)   
    Pro­gram Stu­dies - wo. degr.  Eco­no­mics Pro­gram (PO­Ver­sion: 1999)   
    Pro­gram Stu­dies - wo. degr.  Busi­ness Edu­ca­tion (WV) Pro­gram (PO­Ver­sion: 1999)   
    As­sign­ment to Fa­ci­li­ties
    Fa­ci­li­ties
    Fa­cul­ty of Eco­no­mics, espe­cial­ly eco­no­mic hi­sto­ry
    Fa­cul­ty of Eco­no­mics
    Content
    Com­ment

    Origin and development of population theories and their effectiveness; Population policy: possibility and limits; current demographic crisis in Europe - shrinking and aging populations: causes (decrease in birth rate), consequences and consequences with regard to global issues; Migration processes and their effects (immigration, increasing or reducing disparities - East Germany, international developments).

    Part of the seminar is an ungraded presentation.

    The technical prerequisite for participation in the seminar is the course „Economic and social-historical aspects of demography“, offered in the winter semester.

    Participants Limit: 25

    Selection process: Students who have a hardship case according to §90 (1) ZSP HU (health, social, disability-related or family reasons) submit the relevant evidence to Ms. Bönisch in the study office of the Faculty of Economics by the end of the registration period. For all other applicants the draw decides.

    This seminar is NOT sufficient as a prerequisite for writing a bachelor's thesis at the Department of Economic History.

    Li­te­ra­ture
    (in German)

    Braudel, F., Social history of the 15th-18th centuries, Mün­chen 1985/86

    Carr-Saunders, A.M., World Po­pu­lat­ion, Past Growth and Pre­sent Trends, Ox­ford 1937

    Cipolla, C.M., Euro­pean eco­no­mic hi­sto­ry, 1-5, Stutt­gart, New York 1978-1980

    Ehmer, J., Popu­la­tion hi­sto­ry and hi­sto­ri­cal de­mo­gra­phy 1800 - 2000, Munich 2004

    Heinsohn,G., Hu­man pro­duc­tion - ge­ne­ral po­pu­la­tion theo­ry of mo­dern ti­mes, Frank­furt a.M. 1979

    Imhof, A.E., From an in­se­cure to a se­cure life­span, Darm­stadt 1988

    Köllmann,W.,Marschalck,P., Po­pu­la­tion hi­sto­ry, Colo­gne 1972

    Livi Bacci, M., Euro­pe and its peo­ple, Mu­nich 1999

    Mackenroth,G., Popu­la­tion theo­ry, so­cio­lo­gy and sta­tis­tics of the po­pu­la­tion, Ber­lin 1953

    Mayer, T., The de­mo­gra­phic cri­sis, Frank­furt a.M. 1999

    Michel, H. (mit Lischke, R.-J.), On the de­velop­ment of popu­la­tion sci­ence in Ger­man-spea­king coun­tries from its be­gin­nings to 1945, in: Ber­lin Sta­tis­tics - Month­ly Out­put 3/2001

    Schmid, J., Intro­duc­tion to popu­la­tion so­cio­lo­gy, Rein­bek 1976

    Wrigley, E.A., Chan­ging popu­la­tion struc­ture - me­thods and re­sults of de­mo­gra­phy, Mu­nich 1969

    Re­mark

    StO/PO BA BWL und VWL 2016: 6 LP, Mo­dule: „Eco­no­mic and so­cial-his­to­ri­cal as­pects of de­mo­gra­phy - Part II“

    Exam

    Home­work


     




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