GBP Monitor August: Almost One Third of Companies Demand Fewer Disclosure Requirements
The German Business Panel asked and companies answered: In July almost one third of companies demanded fewer disclosure requirements. Amongst them are mainly small companies that have access to fewer resources and qualified personnel. Larger companies often even benefit from more transparency. They ...
Off to New Shores: Mannheim's Business School Celebrates Its Graduates
Graduates of the Business Administration and Economic and Business Education programs celebrated their graduation in Mannheim Palace.
Humboldt Foundation Selects Sabine Carey as Henriette Herz Scout
Sabine Cary, Ph.D., Professor of Political Science at the University of Mannheim, was selected as Henriette Herz scout to recruit up to three international talents for a research stay at her chair.
Harvard Business School Awards Climate Fellowship to Gunther Glenk
Gunther Glenk, Assistant Professor of Business at the University of Mannheim, has been awarded a Climate Fellowship from Harvard Business School (HBS) in the US. The cohort of six awarded scholars from around the world will work at the intersection of business and climate change, focusing on ...
Stifterverband Provides Funding for an Exchange Forum between University, Politics and Economy
The University of Mannheim and the Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar GmbH (MRN) will receive 25,000 euros in funding for the project “Transformationslabor Hochschule”. Julia Derkau of the Center for Teacher Education and Teaching Innovation and Professor Hiram Kümper, holder of the Carl-Theodor ...
GBP Monitor July: Gap between Companies’ Expectations and the Governments’ Tax Policy
Last week, the federal government announced a legislative package that is expected to provide six billion euros in annual relief to companies. The tax rates on company profits are to remain the same. The July report of the German Business Panel (GBP) at the University of Mannheim shows that the ...
One week all about sustainability
From 9 October to 13 October, the University of Mannheim will host the “Hochschultage Nachhaltigkeit” (University Sustainability Days).
Drones Delivering Lab Samples Offer Much Potential for City Logistics
After three years, researchers of the Institute for Enterprise Systems (InES) of the University of Mannheim and six other project partners have successfully completed the “mobil-e-Hub” project. At the closing event, which took place in Heidelberg last week, they showed how a drone can automatically ...
Professor Torsten Biemann Honoured as “Shaper of the World of Work”
Researcher from Mannheim distinguished by the HR magazine Haufe
ENGAGE.EU has reason to celebrate: Approval of new funding period
Today, the European Commission has communicated continued funding until 2027.