Universität Wien FIND
Course Exam

180136 VO The Story of Economic Ideas: Economic Theories and Methodological Positions (2021S)

Part II, 20th Century

5.00 ECTS (2.00 SWS), SPL 18 - Philosophie

Friday 30.07.2021 11:30 - 13:00 Digital


Note: The time of your registration within the registration period has no effect on the allocation of places (no first come, first served).



Examination topics

problems, problem situations and suggested solution discussed in the lecture.

Assessment and permitted materials

Final written exam (5 open questions, all of which have to be answered). If possible, exams will NOT be held online. No auxiliary materials allowed.
If it is not possible to hold examinations with physical presence, auxiliary materials will be allowed and questions will require more independent reasoning.)

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

The quality of answers will be evaluated on the basis of completeness, clarity of argument, logical reasoning and precision. Answers have to be formulated in complete sentences and are not acceptable if stated in keywords only.

In order to meet the present study rules, I am obliged to add the following supplement regarding examinations and grades.

In order to participate in digital exams students have to be registered for this course and are required to register for exams in u:space. Dates of exams will be provided in due course.

By registering for and entering in that digital oral examination students accept the following requirements and rules:

(i) students are required to show their student cards for proving their identity.

(ii) the usual rules apply regarding the number and requirements of entrances for examinations; examination dates regarding first, second, third and fourth entrances will differ.

(iii) By registering for this course/seminar, you tacitly agree to having all your electronic submissions checked by Turnitin.

Requirements and Evaluation
The final written examination will be based on five written answers. Correct answers will be evaluated with 4 points. Grades are awarded on the following basis:

below 10 points: ‘negative’ (5)
10 to 11,99 points: ‘sufficient’ (4)
12 to 14,99 points: ‘satisfactory’ (3)
15 to 17,99 points: ‘good’ (2)
18 to 20 points: ‘excellent’ (1)

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