Starting in fall 2017, the Department of Economics will introduce the new 2-year Master’s program "Competition and Regulation Economics" combining academic excellence with real-world relevance.
This high-quality program offers specialized compulsory courses in Markets and Strategies, Empirical Industrial Organization, Competition Law, and the Interdisciplinary Competition and Regulation Seminar, complemented by a large number of electives and a tailor-made lecture series with talks by leading competition and regulation practitioners. Students benefit from various possibilities for internships, excursions, and other interactions with our partners Bundesnetzagentur, German Monopolies Commission, Competition Commission of Singapore, Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Telekom, CompassLexecon, CRA, etc. Courses are taught by one of the world-leading faculties in the areas of competition and regulation economics, which are all members of the Mannheim Centre for Competition and Innovation (MaCCI). Career opportunities for graduates are excellent, e.g. in competition and regulatory authorities, companies in regulated sectors such as energy and telecommunications or consultancies.