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StudyCheck Award 2023: University of Mannheim Most Popular University in Germany
Students are very satisfied with the University of Mannheim. Last year, no other university was rated as highly on the StudyCheck online portal as the University of Mannheim. This earned the university the distinction of “Most Popular University” in the StudyCheck Award 2023.
New Assistant Professorship of E-Business and E-Government
Kevin Bauer is new assistant professor of “E-Business and E-Government”
Are Zero-Emission Coaches also Economically Viable?
Researchers at the Mannheim Institute for Sustainable Energy Studies (MISES) at the University of Mannheim are collaborating with Daimler Buses and other partners to de-velop a concept for zero-emission coaches powered by all-electric drive systems.
New partner company: Südzucker AG
The association “Partner der Mannheimer Betriebswirtschaftslehre” has gained another valuable member with Südzucker AG.
Overly Self-Confident CEOs Avoid Strategic Change in Organizations
A new study from the University of Mannheim’s Business School finds that CEOs with exaggerated self-confidence show a preference for steadiness within organizations.
Top rankings for Mannheim business professors
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult Christian Homburg and Senior Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. Martin Weber receive top rankings in WirtschaftsWoche research ranking, lifetime achievement category
GBP Monitor December
In times of crisis, managers continue to focus primarily on balance sheet profits.
Senate of the University of Mannheim Elects New Vice President
In its meeting on 7 December 2022, the Senate of the University of Mannheim has elected Professor Dr. Moritz Fleischmann as new Vice President for Sustainability and Information Provision. The Senate elected the Professor from the university’s Business School in a clear vote.
Mannheim Business Administration Research Prizes Awarded
Prof. Dr. Armin Heinzl receives the “Best Senior Researcher Award 2021” and Prof. Felix Vetter, Ph.D. is awarded the “Best Junior Researcher Award 2021”
GBP Monitor: Companies in Germany Are Reluctant to Adapt to the Digital Age
More than 40 percent of the companies in Germany are affected by the property tax reform and have to provide information on real estate property. However, less than half of them use the reform as a reason to digitize the underlying business processes. This is documented in the November report of ...