Personnel Economics is a relatively new subfield of economics and analyses problems of human resource management from an economic perspective. Edward P. Lazear (1948-2020) is widely recognized as a founder of this field. He published in 1995 the first underlying textbook. This course will cover the some relevant topics of personnel economics. In particular we discuss investment in human capital, recruitment of employees, monetary and non-monetary incentives, team production and discrimination topics. Course prerequisites are basic knowledge of economic concepts such as profit and utility maximization, market equilibrium and efficiency as well as basics of econometrics. Course encompasses 13 lectures and 6 tutorials, both in English. There will be a 90 minutes exam at the end of the semester. Passing the exam, students earn 6 credits.