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GBP Monitor: Many Companies Support Sanctions despite Being Financially Burdened by the War in Ukraine
The war in Ukraine has been going on for almost three weeks. The difficult political situation is also affecting the business situation of companies in Germany.
Professor Dr. Matthias Brauer Receives VHB Textbook Prize
The German Academic Association of Business Research (Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft e.V. (VHB)) has awarded this year’s textbook prize to Professor Dr. Matthias Brauer for the textbook on corporate strategy and sustainable value enhancement in diversified companies (“Corporate ...
Joint statement in support of Ukraine
On behalf of all 41 European University Alliances, including ENGAGE.EU, a joint statement on the situation in Ukraine was published.
Prof. Albrecht Emeritus
He held the Chair of Insurance Economics since 1989
Marc Lerchenmüller Appointed to EU Commission Expert Group
The group's task is studying the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on researchers.
Science for Future Lecture Series
How can we live more sustainably in the future? Mannheim professors discuss different aspects of this question in the new Science for Future Lecture Series.
GBP Monitor: Crisis Mood Despite Rising Profits – Inadequate Government Assistance Entails Risks for Economy and Society
The study shows: 30% of companies are more inclined to reduce investments for research and development, cut jobs, and raise prices – and they are significantly less likely to consider the restrictions imposed by the government justified.
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Shooting at Heidelberg University / Our Condolences
The University of Mannheim expresses their condolences after the shooting in Heidelberg:
New Professor at the University of Mannheim, Business School: Markus Strohmaier
Since January 2022, Prof. Markus Strohmaier holds the “Chair of Data Science in the Economic and Social Sciences” in the Area “Information Systems” at the University of Mannheim, Business School.
GBP Monitor: Almost two thirds of German businesses are planning to raise prices – the 3G rule at the workplace is very controversial
As the wave of the new Covid variant Omicron approaches, businesses face concerns yet again: profits collapse, and one in four businesses in affected sectors fears having to give up. According to the survey, 65 percent of the companies try to compensate for their losses with higher prices and thus ...