First-rate research output
The School of Business, Economics and Information Systems is highly successful with regard to its research output. Academics at the school published about 10 books or book chapters in academic year 2015-16, as well as approximately 60 articles in peer-reviewed journals. About one third of these appeared in journals seen as leading in their respective fields (A+ or A). Moreover, members of the school held approximately 100 presentations at national and international conferences.
21 doctorates were successfully completed in the academic year 2016-17. We have a strong international network and are highly active in various types of academic committees (participating in editorial boards, presiding over academic committees, etc.).
The school also has strong institutes and research centres.
Support for early career researchers
In the summer semester of 2011, the school introduced a structured doctoral programme. Complementary events include brown bag seminars, colloquiums for doctoral candidates and seminars on research methods.
We encourage our doctoral students to submit their research to German and international conferences and attend these if accepted. We also encourage our early career researchers to publish their academic output in world-class journals with a suitable peer-review process.