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|Topics in Financial Technology
|Financial Technology in Consumer Finance
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Topics in Financial Technology/Financial Data Science
The course is offered regularly in the summer term and aims at providing in-depth knowledge about the programming language Python and its most important libraries for data analysis. Furthermore, the course introduces the topic of database management and the process of retrieving, aggregating and manipulating data using SQL. Students will learn to develop structured approaches for solving practical problems in a financial context using statistical methods. The final grade will be determined based on a case study of a financial dataset.
05.05.2023 – 14.00 until 18.00
12.05.2023 – 14.00 until 18.00
19.05.2023 – 14.00 until 18.00
26.05.2023 – 14.00 until 18.00
Contact: Lisa Kaminski
Financial Technology in Consumer Finance
In this seminar we will investigate the effect of Financial Technology on consumer Financial Health. More specifically, we will examine how digital product innovations by Neobanks and -brokers influence the behavior of private consumers and as a consequence their financial outcomes. In this context we will learn exciting concepts from behavioral economics and apply them to financial products we use in our everday life. The seminar topics will be structrued according to the following product categories: Payments, Budgeting, Saving, Investing, Borrowing, Insurance.
03.05.2023 – 16.00 until 18.00
19.07.2023 – 10.00 until 17.00
Contact: Moritz Nardini