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Structure of Research of the Faculty of Economic Sciences

Our strengths in research: Three Core research areas and four cross section areas.

Our research foci:

Application Systems and E-Business (Schumann)
Information Management (Kolbe)
Marketing, with focus on Consumer Behaviour (Boztuğ)
Marketing and Innovation Management (Hammerschmidt)
Production and Logistics (Geldermann)
Quantitative Marketing (Junior-Professorship, Dannewald)
Retailing (Toporowski)

Accounting and Auditing (Hitz)
Business Taxation (Oestreicher)
Economic Policy and SME-Research (Bizer)
Electronic Finance and Digital Markets (Muntermann)
Experimental Economics (N.N.)
Financial Control (Dierkes)
Finance (Korn)
Human Resources Management and Asian Business (Froese)
Management and Control (Wolff)
Microeconomics (Keser)
Organization and Corporate Development (Maurer)
Public Economics (Schwager)
Public Economics (Junior-Professorship, Baskaran)

Development Economics (Klasen)
Development Economics (Junior-Professorship, Vollmer)
Development Economics South Asia (in coop. with CeMIS) (N.N.)
Development Studies, with particular focus on Latin America (Lay)
Economic Policy, with particular focus on International Economic Policy (Ohr)
Empirical International Economics (Berger)
International and Monetary Economics (Rübel)
International Economics (Strulik)
International Macroeconomics

Econometrics (Herwartz)
Statistics (Kneib)
Application Systems
and E-Business (Schumann)
Information Management (Kolbe)
Management-Information Systems
and Methods (Junior-Professorship, Kranz)
Business Education and Human Resource Development (Seeber)
Business Education with focus on Educational Management (Junior-Professorship, Tonhäuser)
Economic and Social History (Köhler)