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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 the ...
The dangers of distorted financial statements
Guest essay by Prof. Bischof in the FAZ
Investigation Committee on the “Cum-Ex” Financial Scandal
Prof. Spengel with calculations of the tax loss in the international media
MaFAT Annual Event 09/27/2022
This year's annual event of MaFAT e.V. with a panel discussion on the topic „ESG in der Unternehmens­berichtserstattung“ will take place on September 27, 2022 at 5:30 pm in lecture hall SO 108. After a welcome & introduction of MaFAT e.V. and the MaFAT Student Club, the MaFAT awards for ...
Berkeley Fraud Fest 2022 with Professor Dr. Christoph Spengel
On Monday, July 11, 2022, beginning at 9:30 a.m., Fraud Fest 2022 will be held on the topic of “Detecting Fraud”.
Job Offer: Student Research Assistant at MISES
The Mannheim Institute for Sustainable Energy Studies (MISES) at the University of Mannheim offers several positions for Master or Bachelor students in business, economics, data science or related fields as Student Research Assistants (m/f/d). At MISES, we examine the challenges and innovation ...
GBP Monitor: War Consequences and a Possible Raw Material Embargo Dampen Profit Expectations
On 20 March, the government has lifted most of the coronavirus restrictions. However, lifting the restrictions has not eased the burden on the companies, as it was expected. Profit expectations, in particular, are dampened by the war in Ukraine.
MaFAT Area News 2021
The current issue of the MaFAT Area News informs about activities of the association, the MaFAT Student Club and the Area Accounting & Taxation in 2021.
Mannheimers help
A joint fundraising campaign of the Business School of the University of Mannheim and Mannheim Business School for the benefit of Ukrainian network members
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.