Mathematical Bioeconomics and Epidemics (M.Sc.)
The goal of the course is to familiarize students with the analytical models used to bioeconomic and epidemiological problems, and to develop an independent application of these models for economically meaningful decision making.

1. Bio-economical Foundations

2. Economic Models of Epidemics

3. Fishing economics

Linear dynamic fishing-models
Non-linear dynamic fishing-models
4. The backward-bent supply-curve

5. Regulatory systems

6. Strategic behavior in fishing

Statistical analysis of strategic interactions
Dynamic Interactions
7. Cohort models

8. Forestry

9. Multi-Species-Systems
Semester: SoSe 2024