Newsarchive Business School

Prof. Dr. Jens Wüstemann Receives Teaching Award from the Departmental Student Committee of Business Administration
In recognition of his outstanding teaching and exceptional commitment, Professor Dr. Jens Wüstemann has been honored with the teaching award from the departmental student committee of business administration for the fall semester 2022/23 and the summer semester 2023.
Sustainability Award of the City of Mannheim
The Department of Economic and Structural Development will award one bachelor's and one master's or admission thesis that adresses the topic of sustainability with 500 euros each. Apply for the Sustainability Award of the City of Mannheim by 30 November 2023!
New Partner company: DEICHMANN SE
The association “Partner der Mannheimer Betriebswirtschaftslehre” has gained another valuable member with DEICHMANN SE.
Dr. Qi Gao Fritz Receives Schmalenbach Award 2023
The title of the dissertation is “From Disclosure to Transparency: Essays on Firms' Voluntary Disclosure in a Transforming Environment”.
A Second Life for Electric Car Batteries
Mannheim scientists develop a decision model for old lithium-ion batteries
New Academic Leadership at the University of Mannheim Business School
Today marks the beginning of an exciting chapter at our Business School, as we warmly welcome two esteemed professors to their new leadership roles within our institution.
Corporate Emissions Inflict Significant Costs on Society / Disclosure Could Help Reduce Emissions
The average societal costs caused by corporate carbon emissions roughly equal 44 percent of the firms’ operating profits. This is shown in a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Chicago as well as the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) of the University of ...
Serafin Schefold becomes world champion for the sixth time
Together with his partner Max Hanselmann, the top sports scholarship holder was able to prevail against the international competition in the “2-man artistic bike” discipline (open class). The world championships took place last week as part of the “Super Cycling World Championships” in Glasgow.
GBP Monitor August: Almost One Third of Companies Demand Fewer Disclosure Requirements
The German Business Panel asked and companies answered: In July almost one third of companies demanded fewer disclosure requirements. Amongst them are mainly small companies that have access to fewer resources and qualified personnel. Larger companies often even benefit from more transparency. They ...
Financial Economist Simon Rother Joins University of Mannheim as Assistant Professor
The University of Mannheim welcomes Simon Rother, Ph.D., a financial economist, as an Assistant Professor of Finance. The professor commenced his tenure in August.