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Structure of Study of the Faculty of Economic Sciences


The following overview depicts the teaching structure at the Faculty of Economic Sciences. The graphic gives an overview of the Bachelor's and Master's programmes as well as the corresponding concentrations offered.


Business Administration: Business Information Systems:Business and Human Resource Education:Statistics and Econometrics:Economic and Social History:Economics: Others:
Boztuğ
(Marketing, with focus on Consumer Behaviour)
Dannewald
(Assistant Professor
for Quantitative Marketing) Dierkes
(Finance and Control)
Froese
(Human Resources Management and Asian Business)
Geldermann
(Production and Logistics)
Hammerschmidt
(Marketing and Innovation Management)
Hitz
(Accounting and Auditing)
Korn
(Finance)
Maurer
(Organization and
Corporate Development)
Muntermann
(Electronic Finance and Digital Markets)
Oestreicher
(Business Taxation)
Toporowski
(Retailing)
Wolff
(Management and Control)



Websites of the focuses on studying in Business Administration:
Finance, Accounting, and Taxes (FAT)
Marketing and Channel Management (MCM)
Management (MAN)
Kolbe
(Information Management)
Schumann
(Application Systems and E-Business)
Kranz
(Assistant Professor
for Management-
Information Systems
and Methods)
Seeber
(Business Education and Human Resource Development)
Tonhäuser
(Assistant Professor
for Business Education with focus on
Educational Management)
Herwartz
(Econometrics)
Kneib
(Statistics)
Köhler/ Berghoff
(Economic and Social History)
Baskaran
(Assistant Professor
for Public Economics)
Berger
(Empirical International Economics)
Bizer
(Economic Policy and SME Research)
Keser
(Microeconomics)
Klasen
(Development Economics)
Lay
(Assistant Professor
for Development Studies, with particular focus on Latin America)
Ohr
(Economic Policy,
with particular focus on International Economic Policy)
Rau
(Assistant Professor
for Experimental Economics)
Rübel
(International and Monetary Economics)
Schwager
(Public Economics)
Sorge
(Assistant Professor
for International Macroeconomics)
Strulik
(Macroeconomics and Development)
Vollmer
(Assistant Professor
for Development Economics)
N.N.
(Development Economics South Asia, CeMIS)



Websites of the focuses on studying in Economics:
Focuses on Studying in Economics
Informatics
Economic Foreign Languages
Economic Law
Overview of all two-subject bachelor study subjects


Overview of the Faculty's study programmes and further information under: