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“Es ist nicht so schwer! [It's not that hard!]” – Prof. Dr. Alexandra Niessen Ruenzi in an interview with the F.A.Z.
Prof. Niessen-Ruenzi holds the Chair of Corporate Governance in Mannheim. She talks to the F.A.Z. about the gender investment gap.
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Magic with ESG key figures – Prof. Dr. Jannis Bischof in the FAZ
Prof. Dr. Jannis Bischof, holder of the Chair of Business Administration and Accounting, in Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper about new obligations for ...
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Are There Now Supply Bottlenecks After the Houthi Attacks?
Prof. Dr. Jannis Bischof, holder of the Chair of General Business Administration and Management Accounting in Wirtschaftswoche
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GPT cooperates more than humans, finds research
Professor Dr. Kevin Bauer, Assistant Professor of E-Business and E-Government from the University of Mannheim Business School
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“Teaching Business In The City Of Inventions” – Dean Joachim Lutz in Forbes
Forbes publishes an article about Joachim Lutz, Dean of Business Administration, and his goals for the faculty. The article also talks about the faculty's ...
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Gender Pay Gap – Prof. Dr. Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi in Stepstone Magazine
Stepstone Magazine reports on “Gender Pay Gap 2023: How big is the gender pay gap in Germany?” and interviews Prof. Dr. Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi. The article ...
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Sensible Donations – Prof. Dr. Bernd Helmig in an Interview With Deutschlandfunk Kultur
In the podcast format Studio 9 of Deutschlandfunk, Prof. Dr. Helmig, holder of the Chair of Business Administration, Public & Nonprofit Management, talks about ...
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CEO overconfidence isn’t always a bad thing, research finds
CEO overconfidence is not always a bad thing for companies but depends on the situation, reveals new research from Marc Kowalzick and Jan-Philipp Ahrens at ...
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Sustainable hydrogen to become more cost-effective by 2030
Sustainable hydrogen Power-to-Gas (PtG) technologies are forecast to become more affordable and energy-efficient in the next decade, reveal experts at ...
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Women and Finance – Prof. Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi in ZEIT Magazine
The article titled “Keine Frau braucht rosa Finanzen” (No Woman Needs Pink Finances) (14 July, ZEIT ONLINE) discusses the financial insecurity faced by women ...
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Financial Education – Prof. Carmela Aprea in the Handelsblatt Newspaper
The article “So lernt Ihr Kind den Umgang mit Geld” (How your child learns to handle money) by Katharina Schneider from 12.06.2023 in the Handelsblatt discusses ...
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The Interaction of Team Incentives and Individual Incentives in Sales
How can managers employ both team and individual incentives to foster a supportive and high-performing salesforce? A summery of the publication “Coopetition” ...
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Awards
Award of the Sustainability Prize of the “Mannheimer Wirtschaftsförderung” for Students
On April 17, eight diverse, creative and future-oriented student works and projects were awarded the Sustainability Prize of the Mannheimer Wirtschaftsförderung ...
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Prof. Stefan Reichelstein in the Harvard Business Review
In the article “Getting a Clearer View of Your Company’s Carbon Footprint” Prof. Reichelstein together with Robert S. Kaplan (Harvard Business School) and Prof. ...
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A confident tone for higher chances of success
Professor Dr. Matthias Brauer, Chair for Strategic and International Management at University of Mannheim Business School, together with former Research ...
Skizze von Frau mit Hantel und Mann der mit Geld, Computer und Gebäude jongliert, Schriftzug: Aufbruch finanzielle Bildung
Prof. Dr. Aprea at the Futurium 2023 in Berlin
Together with the Federal Minister of Education, Bettina Stark-Watzinger, the Federal Minister of Finance, Christian Lindner, and other participants, Prof. Dr. ...
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Hubristic CEOs avoid change in firms’ overarching trajectories
A Blog post by Marc Kowalzick, Post-Doctoral researcher at the University of Mannheim, Business School
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Interview with Prof. Dr. Gunther Glenk
Under the leadership of Daimler Buses, the aim is to develop practical and economical fully electrically powered coaches in collaboration with renowned research ...
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Juniorprof. Gunther Glenk in an interview with MM
Gunther Glenk explains in an interview with the Mannheimer Morgen why fossil-fuel power plants in Germany are unattractive in the longer term in competition ...
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Student life
Prof. Spengel launches a new digital teaching concept
At the beginning of the spring semester 2023, the digital teaching concepts of Prof. Dr. Christoph Spengel reach another milestone with the release of the Tax ...
General News
Spring Conference of the IMU
On 23 March 2023, the Institute for Market-Oriented Management (IMU) will hold its spring conference.
Research
The Biases in Online Product Reviews: What Consumers and Managers Need to be Aware Of
Within his time at the Universtity of Mannheim, Luca-Joel Schäfer took a closer look at online product reviews and biases.
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Student life
World championship title for Teo Hinrichs
Mannheim business administration sports scholar wins the World Cup in India together with his teammates of the German national field hockey team.
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FAZ guest article by Prof. Spengel
The OECD calculates the minimum tax revenue nicely. The global minimum tax leads to high administrative costs. In the end, Germany could hardly get anything out ...
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Consumer behaviour is influenced by personal politics
Blog post by Prof. Stahl (Chair of Quantitative Marketing & Consumer Analytics).
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Prof. Stefan Reichelstein and Prof. Dr. Gunther Glenk (MISES) are involved in the ELCH project.
Under the leadership of Daimler Buses, the aim is to develop practical and economical fully electrically powered coaches in collaboration with renowned research ...
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Ifm study on family businesses
In the past decade, German family businesses have created significantly more new jobs than Dax companies.
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Male financial advertising
So-called 'financefluencer' try to take away customers' fear of investing money. But how serious are their offers? Prof. Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi answers this ...
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Analysis by the Institute for SME Research of the University of Mannheim
Family businesses are growing faster than Dax-listed companies in terms of both, their number of employees and their sales.
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Prof. Spengel quoted on Cum Ex scandal
Prof. Christoph Spengel (Chair of Business Administration and Taxation) was significantly involved in the uncovering of the cum-ex and cum-cum transactions.
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Daughters inherit inventorship from their parents – unless they have a younger brother
Eye colour, hair colour, surnames, money; we can inherit all of these things from our parents, whether genetically or otherwise. But did you know, you can ...
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Prof. Dr. Dirk Simons on current projects in the field of corporate disclosure behavior and transparency
Prof. Dr. Simons, Chair of Business Administration and Accounting, ist Principal Investigator of three TRR 266 projects.
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Prof. Dr. Dirk Simons on current projects in the field of corporate disclosure behavior and transparency
Prof. Dr. Simons, Chair of Business Administration and Accounting, ist Principal Investigator of three TRR 266 projects.
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Prof. Weber quoted in the “Süddeutsche Zeitung”
Investing in securities involves certain risks. However, if you diversify as broadly as possible, you can minimize the risks.
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The dangers of distorted financial statements
Guest essay by Prof. Bischof in the FAZ.
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The importance of female role models who go against gender stereotypes
Despite a “grand convergence” in the gender pay gap over the last 30 years, men continue to out-earn women.
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Prof. Reichelstein in an interview
Professor Stefan Reichelstein on Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times