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Company Days @Business School – Great Success of the New Event Series
The Business School of the University of Mannheim offers numerous opportunities to combine theory and practice outside the lecture halls. On 31 March and 3 April 2023 the “Company Days @Business School” took place in Mannheim for the first time. Students majoring or minoring in business ...
The University as a Place of Diversity and Tolerance
The University of Mannheim promotes social diversity and equal opportunities. It is an open place for learning, teaching and working. Respectful, appreciative interactions with one another and tolerance for diversity are core values of the university.
ZEW and University of Mannheim Receive 1.6 Million Euros for Joint Tax Research
The Leibniz ScienceCampus MannheimTaxation, a joint initiative of ZEW Mannheim and the University of Mannheim, will receive 1.2 million euros in research funding from the Leibniz Association over a period of four years.
GBP Monitor March: Fast Internet Is More Important to Companies than Low Trade Tax
A well-developed digital infrastructure with a strong network and the availability of a qualified local workforce are more important to companies when selecting their location than low municipal taxes and fees. For attracting business, investing in public infrastructure is more powerful than lower ...
Opening hours of the Express Service and Portal² services restricted in April
Due to the system migration of the University of Mannheim’s examination management software, the Express Service and Student Services will be closed from 3 to 17 April. Some Portal² services will only be partly accessible during this time. The data in Portal² from 31 March 2023 will be “frozen” ...
New Double Degree Program with LUISS for MMM Students
The new double degree program in the MMM with LUISS University in Rome starts this summer.
GBP Monitor February: Property tax reform – what is paralysing digitalisation?
The February report of the German Business Panel (GBP) shows that digitalisation, for example in the context of the property tax reform, is not worthwhile for small businesses and companies in Baden-Württemberg.
Reusable bowls for less packaging waste
Hungry and short on time? Students and employees like to take their meals from the Mensa to go. Since the beginning of January, the Studierendenwerk Mannheim has been offering reusable bowls as an alternative to disposable packaging – deposit-free via app.
Martin Glanzer New Assistant Professor of Operations Management
With Dean Joachim Lutz, we warmly welcome Martin Glanzer to the University of Mannheim Business School and congratulate him on his appointment as Assistant Professor of Operations Management.
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Consumer Behaviour Influenced by Personal Politics, Research Reveals
Following Donald Trump’s electoral victory in 2016, a large number of people changed their brand preferences and shopping behavior, preferring to purchase brands which they perceived shared their political views, research from the University of Mannheim Business School reveals.