The University of Mannheim and the Mannheim Business School are covered in different media channels all
around the world. Below you will find a selection of print and online
articles, blog posts, radio and TV reports:
May 4, 2016 - The Washington Post
The E.U.’s financial rules should have stopped the euro crisis. Why didn’t they?
"European Union member states, either bilaterally or jointly, have provided bailouts to five euro zone countries since 2010. Other authors here in the Monkey Cage have looked at the broad lessons from the euro crisis, but why was the E.U. system unable to prevent the crisis in the first place?"
März 17, 2016 - The Washington Post
Why Republicans should love undocumented immigrants
"What do the Republicans and the AfD have in common? For one, both are threatening to throw out undocumented immigrants. Prof. Nicole Baerg, political scientist at the University of Mannheim, now argues that actually following through with it might lose both parties a lot of votes."
February 26, 2016 - Deutsche Welle
Germans say nein to 'laughing stock' Donald Trump
"The US won't have official presidential nominees until July, yet some Germans already know who they want to win. Or rather, who they definitely don't want to win. Kathleen Schuster reports from Cologne."
February 16, 2016 - The Hill
Study: Twitter is poor at predicting election results
"Twitter is “highly unlikely” to become an accurate source for measuring political support and predicting election results, according to a study released this week."
February 7, 2016 - Newsweek
Twitter Can't Predict an Election: Study
"In politics, it is said that all press is good press. But that does not necessarily apply to tweets, according to a study released this week."
October 8, 2015 - The Guardian
Where is the world's most stressful city?
Research has shown that city-living has been linked to depression and anxiety – but what is it, exactly, that makes urban life so stressful?
May 12, 2015 - The Japan Times
Use of ‘prosocial language’ boosts politicians’ ratings: study
When politicians talk in a friendly way, US public approval ratings rise.
May 12, 2015 - The Guardian
Honourable friends: politicians gain in polls when they speak nicely
study on US elected representatives by researchers of several Canadian universities and the Mannheim Centre for European Social Research at the University of Mannheim
May 6, 2015 - Ember Television (UK)
How investors underestimate the role of random chance in fund returns
Video interview with Prof. Martin Weber, Chair of Business Administration and Finance, esp. Banking
April 22, 2015 - The Washington Post
How disaster relief can increase corruption
a guest post by political economist Elena Nikolova of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and political scientist Nikolay Marinov of the University of Mannheim
April 8, 2015 - Business Day Life (South Africa)
Three is a crowd, four is happiness
Economists are rethinking the link between happiness and gross domestic product (GDP).
February 24, 2015 - The Washington Post
When Internet access becomes a weapon
Anita Gohdes has published a new blog post on the Washington Post’s Monkey Cage Blog
February 10, 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
Rethink Your After-Work Routine to Make the Transition Home a Happy One
Topic: Fatigue and Stress Fuel the Tendency to Ruminate; a Mental Break Helps Us Leave the Bad Mood Behind
January 9, 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
When the CEO is a big investor, should you buy too?
Stefan Ruenzi, professor of international finance at the University of Mannheim, published a study on the connection between ownership and stock-market success.
December 22, 2014 - The Washington Post
Informal counterinsurgency from Iraq to Nigeria: Who pays the price?
Sabine Carey, political scientist at the University of Mannheim, analyzes the role of militias in conflict zones.
December 1, 2014 - Financial Times
Hopes & Fears: Yongkang Ng
Mannheim Business School Alumnus Yongkang Ng on his MBA experience
November 9, 2014 - Reuters et al.
Germany celebrates 25th anniversary of fall of Berlin Wall
Kai Arzheimer, political scientist at the University of Mannheim, analyzes the social aftermaths of the fall of the Berlin Wall
November 2014 - DAAD (www.study-in-de/en)
Mannheim and its university
Portrait of Mannheim and its university (incl. an interview with former exchange student Sevilay Alhan)
July 20, 2014 - Financial Times
Germany warms to the MBA
Mannheim Business School is one of two German business schools represented in the FT’s Global MBA ranking
March 27, 2014 - The New Economy
The rise of the smart city
Mannheim is one of the top 20 Smart Cities 2014 - among the innovation drivers: the University of Mannheim
March 21, 2014 - The New Economy
The Manhattan of Germany: the innovative Mannheim city
Mannheim and its university are centers of research and business innovation
March 4, 2014 - The Atlantic
Why People Born in Winter Might Live Longer
An analysis of researchers from Irvine, Berkeley, and the University of Mannheim
May 27, 2013 - The New York Times
Europe Becomes New Destination For M.B.A.'s
US student Leslie Koch on why she chose the University of Mannheim for her MBA
March 8, 2013 - Bloomberg.com
The Hot New Target for B-School Applicants: Germany
German Business Schools are getting more ad more attractive
February 22, 2013 - mba-channel.com
German economic power gives welcome boost to B-schools
Interview with Prof. Dr. Jens Wüstemann, President of Mannheim Business School
December 3, 2012 - Financial Times
Out of the shadows
MBA students of the Mannheim Business School and their career options