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What Influences Our Judgment?
The German Research Foundation has awarded funding in the amount of almost 362,000 euros to Dr. David Izydorczyk of the Chair of Experimental Psychology to investigate this question.
Dr. Qi Gao Fritz Receives Schmalenbach Award 2023
The title of the dissertation is “From Disclosure to Transparency: Essays on Firms' Voluntary Disclosure in a Transforming Environment”.
New Interactive Campus Map Shows Sustainable Projects at the University of Mannheim
A bike repair station, the Parent and Child Room, the BAföG advisory service, and more—members and visitors of the University of Mannheim can now find numerous projects in line with the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals on campus.
Internet for all: Teaching programs more successful than subsidies
A new study by the Collaborative Research Center Transregio 224 EPoS at the Universities of Bonn and Mannheim is investigating how to enable digital participation for people who have so far lived offline.
Prof. Dr. Moritz Fleischmann. Er lächelt, sein Hemd ist hellblau gestreift und er hat einen Schnurrbart.
University of Mannheim Launches New Sustainability Campaign
With the new “#SustainableUniMA – I will make a difference by...” campaign, members of the University of Mannheim talk about what they do (or don’t do) to contribute to a more sustainable world.
A Second Life for Electric Car Batteries
Mannheim scientists develop a decision model for old lithium-ion batteries
Professor Oliver Brand Elected to the Presidential Council of the International Association for Insurance Law
At the XVI World Congress of Insurance Law in Melbourne, Australia, Professor Oliver Brand, holder of the chair of Private Law, Insurance Law, Business Law and Comparative Law, was elected to the Presidential Council, the highest decision-making body of the International Association for Insurance ...
Events on Sustainability
This fall, the University of Mannheim invites everyone interested to a variety of events on sustainability.
What Influences Individual Pension Decision-Making?
Dr. Arthur Seibold, Professor of Economics at the University of Mannheim, has received the Schmölders prize 2023, which is awarded by the Verein für Socialpolitik (VfS). In the award-winning study, Seibold tries to understand why most people in Germany stick to the statutory pension age when making ...
People Misjudge the Amount of Sugar in Foods – Limited Information Can Already Help
If people know the sugar content of certain foods and drinks, they are more able to estimate the correct amount of sugar in other foods. This is the result of a psychological study at the University of Mannheim.