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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.
Corporate Emissions Inflict Significant Costs on Society / Disclosure Could Help Reduce Emissions
The average societal costs caused by corporate carbon emissions roughly equal 44 percent of the firms’ operating profits. This is shown in a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Chicago as well as the Graduate School of Economic and Social Sciences (GESS) of the University of ...
Lecture Series “Data Science in Action” Will Continue in Fall 2023
The lecture series provides insights into the various application areas of data science and is open to all interested parties. Experts from the University of Mannheim and five other international universities are participating.
Serafin Schefold becomes world champion for the sixth time
Together with his partner Max Hanselmann, the top sports scholarship holder was able to prevail against the international competition in the “2-man artistic bike” discipline (open class). The world championships took place last week as part of the “Super Cycling World Championships” in Glasgow.
Die University of National and World Economy ist im Hintergrund. Links ist ein blauer Banner auf dem in weißer Schrift folgendes steht: "Engage.Eu Expedition. Topic: Sustainable Cities, 15-20 Oct 2023 UNWE Campus".
Call for Applications: ENGAGE.EU Expedition week in Sofia
A one-week learning experience from 15–20 october 2023 on “Sustainable Cities” at the University of National and World Economy in Bulgaria. Application deadline is 6 September 2023.
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 ...