During the Bachelor of Economics and Business Economics you study the many different facets of economic systems. You gain insight into how people, companies and governments behave, from the choices of individual consumers to decisions on a global scale.
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Why do some people always want the cheapest product, whereas others will buy a more expensive one? How do you stop a bank from collapsing? Are nuclear plants the solution to the climate problem?
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Social themes play a major role in the Bachelor’s programme in Economics and Business Economics. Consumers, managers, civil servants—they all make decisions that influence society and the prosperity of everyone who lives in it. In this programme you learn to address thorny economic dilemmas. How can you make decisions that lead to the most optimal results? And what does optimal really mean in this context?