Schedule of courses

Feb. 20 - June 2, 2023

Spring break: April 7 - 14, 2023

Advanced Data Analysis
Prof. Simon Scheidegger
Optional course
Master course open to doctoral students who will be evaluated at the doctoral level. Registration for the exam is required.
Syllabus and timetable
Advanced Programming
Prof. Simon Scheidegger
Optional course
Master course open to doctoral students who will be evaluated at the doctoral level. Registration for the exam is required.
Syllabus and timetable
Causal Analysis
Prof. John Antonakis
Compulsory course
Course offered to doctoral students only. No registration for the exam.
Timetable: Tuesday from 13:00 to 17:00 (except on March 14, March 21 and April 25 when the course will take place from 13:30 to 17:30)
An optional lesson will take place on February 20 for students who have never used Stata and who have not had any Econometrics courses previously.
The syllabus for spring 2023 will be soon available. In the meantime, please consult last year's syllabus below.
Syllabus Causal Analysis Spring 2022  (210 Ko)
Consumer Psychology
Prof. Francine Petersen
Optional course
Master course open to doctoral students who will be evaluated at the doctoral level. Registration for the exam is required.
Assignment brief for doctoral students  (78 Ko)
Syllabus and timetable
Customer Relationship Management
Prof. Markus Christen
Optional course
Master course open to doctoral students who will be evaluated at the doctoral level. Registration for the exam is required.
Syllabus and timetable
Environmental Crisis and Societal Change
Prof. Guido Palazzo
Optional course
Master course open to doctoral students who will be evaluated at the doctoral level. Registration for the exam is required.
Syllabus and timetable
The Evolution of Cooperation: from Genes to Culture
Prof. Laurent Lehmann
Optional course
Master course open to doctoral students who will be evaluated at the doctoral level. Registration for the exam is required.
Pre-requisite: it is highly recommended to take the course Genes, Population and Evolution beforehand
Syllabus and timetable
Theories of Organization
Prof. Christian Zehnder
Prof. Xavier Castañer
Compulsory course
Course offered to doctoral students only. No registration for the exam.
Timetable: Thursday from 8:15 to 11:45 - Room Anthropole 2128.
The syllabus for spring 2023 will be soon available. In the meantime, please consult last year's syllabus below.
Syllabus Theories of Organizations  (301 Ko)
9th Summer School in Behavioral Economics and Experimental Research
Date and place: June 7-10 in Kandersteg

Optional courses

Other optional courses can be taken in our partner schools, especially the Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne (EPFL), the University of Lugano and the University of Zurich.

To the Ph.D. students in management: optional courses require prior approval of the thesis director and the director of the doctoral program in management. Course approval requests must all be submitted via https://hecnet.unil.ch/rfr/public/landing.php

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