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KATTAA33 Economic policy: Aspects of Innovation 5 ECTS
Periods
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Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Intermediate studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
  • KATTAA33 Economic Policy
    Participation in course work - luennot ja tentti
Degree Programme in Business Studies
Economics
School of Management

Learning outcomes

The purpose of the course is to explore various aspects of Innovation, Research and Development and New Technologies, and to assess their connections to economic growth.

General description

- Start-up lecture and composing of the working groups.

- Active group work and online participation: discussions on specific weekly topics based on appropriate literature and online links (the material is given on weekly basis, and it includes scientific articles, internet links and related newspaper articles).

- The group work aims for case studies based on a particular country, region, firm or any other relevant actor in the innovation process, including empirical applications of the concepts and theories of the course material.

- Each group presents its work in a seminar session (with PowerPoint slides), while the other groups give prepared comments on the presentation.

-  After the seminar presentation, and taking into account the comments raised by the seminar audience, the group works are revised to a final essay (5-10 pages typewritten with references).

Enrolment for University Studies

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Teachers

Marc-Antoine Le Page, Teacher responsible
marc-antoine.lepage[├Ąt]tuni.fi

Teaching

16-Mar-2015 – 29-Apr-2015
Seminar 10 hours
Seminar
Mon 16-Mar-2015 at 14-16, Linna K110
Mon 20-Apr-2015 - 27-Apr-2015 weekly at 14-16, Linna K110
Wed 22-Apr-2015 - 29-Apr-2015 weekly at 14-16, Linna K110
Fri 24-Apr-2015 at 14-16, Linna K110

Evaluation

Numeric 1-5.

Further information

Required previous studies:
Intermediate micro- and macroeconomics

Class size: max. 30 students.

Fri 15.5.2015: Deadline for handing out the final essays (via email to: Marc-Antoine.Le.Page(at)uta.fi)

Further information (pdf)