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Methods in Management (Master)

Exam update:

The exam will be a take-home open-book exam. To participate in the exam, you have to register in the LSF.
The ISC also offers a test exam on January 13, 2022 at 14:00. If you wish to participate in the test exam, please make sure to register for the regular exam “Methods in Management” in LSF until Wednesday, January 5, 2022. All students registered in LSF are registered automatically for the test exam. If you decide not to participate in the regular exam after the test exam, you can deregister from the exam in LSF.
We strongly advise you to participate in the test exam as you can practice the whole exam process.
For both the regular and the test exam, closely follow the technical instructions of the ISC.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will be available on LSF and Moodle. Please register for the Moodle course “Methods in Management WS 2021/22”. The access key for this Moodle course is available on LSF.

Please carefully read the document "Virtual CIP" for the computer tutorials of Prof. Nasev's part.

Please register for one of the computer tutorial groups for Prof. Nasev’s part between October 19, 2021 (16:00) and October 26, 2021 (24:00) via the following link: https://www.mercator.bwl.uni-muenchen.de/methbwl/

Topics
After the introduction of scientific basics, methodological basics and practical applications of four methodological approaches will be presented:

Systematic Review, Decision Analytical Models (Health Economics)
Experimental Research (Market-Based Management)
Gathering Primary Data, Latent Variable Modeling (Marketing)
Obtaining and Preparing Data, Descriptive Analyses and Regressions, Quasi-Experimental Methods (Managerial Accounting)

These Topics should provide some insight into possible specializations of the master program. The lectures are accompanied by tutorials.

Lecturer
Prof. Dr. Reiner Leidl, Prof. Dr. Manfred Schwaiger, Prof. Dr. Marko Sarstedt, Prof. Dr. Julia Nasev

Target audience
Master students of management (MSc)

Exam

The exam is part of the master plan. Please consider related information of the ISC.

Contact Person

For organizational questions, please contact Adriana König koenig@bwl.lmu.de, for content issues please contact the tutors of the related topics.

More information about the lecture you will obtain in the LSF...

For management examination regulations as of 2018, the lecture can be recognized in the following module:

Fundamentals in Management

For management examination  regulations as of 2015, the lecuture can be recognized in the following module:

Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen

For business education I examination regulations as of 2015, the lecuture can be recognized in the following module:

Allgemeine Grundlagen

For business education I examination regulations as of 2013, the lecuture can be recognized in the following module:

Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen

For business education II examination regulations as of 2015, the lecuture can be recognized in the following module:

Allgemeine Grundlagen

For business education II examination regulations as of 2013, the lecuture can be recognized in the following module:

Betriebswirtschaftliche Grundlagen