Whether or not tax breaks stimulate the economy is a controversial issue. Handelsblatt quotes studies by renowned economists such as Prof Dr Nadine Riedel from the University of Münster on this question. "A reduction can help to attract internationally mobile companies and highly profitable investments," is the assessment of the head of the Institute for public and regional economics.
Successful economic activity requires efficient processes, both in companies and in society. Information systems - especially at the University of Münster - uses process science to investigate how digital technologies can be used to promote the efficiency, innovative strength, sustainability and resilience of processes. Prof. Dr Jan vom Brocke, who joined the School of Business and Economics in August as holder of the Chair of Information Systems and Business Process Management and Director of the European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS), is regarded as a co-founder of this modern process science and has now given his inaugural lecture.
In times of increasing populism, openly propagated anti-constitutionalism and discrimination, the University of Münster is deeply committed to the legal regulations and democratic values of the university constitution. We at the School of Business and Economics also support and live by the statement of the German Rectors' Conference: "liberal democracy and the rule of law are the immovable pillars of our country and its institutions. They are also an essential prerequisite for the existence of a competitive and internationally compatible German higher education system."
Chair of Entrepreneurship Publishes Article on "Climate Adaptation and Resilience" in the Industrieanzeiger
In the Industrieanzeiger, one of the leading journals for decision-makers in the German-speaking SME sector, Prof. Dr. David Bendig and Katharina Hennes from the Chair of Entrepreneurship shed light on the growing importance of climate adaptation and resilience in the business world in their latest contribution.
In her Ph.D., Ann-Katrin Eicke from the Institute for Entrepreneurship is analyzing the effects of (generative) artificial intelligence on the innovative behavior of individuals and companies. She is now one of five doctoral students worldwide to receive the Entrepreneurial Innovation Fellowship by the Association for Information Systems and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. The fellowship supports doctoral students whose interdisciplinary research at the interface of information systems and innovation makes a significant contribution to science and practice.
The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in medicine represents a groundbreaking shift in healthcare, offering potential improvements in diagnostics, treatment planning, and patient care. Thus, understanding AI research's evolution, focus, and trajectory in medicine is crucial for future developments. The resulting clear picture of the AI landscape in medicine can guide researchers and policymakers in identifying gaps and directing future efforts. To address this, the question arises: How has AI research in medicine evolved, and what are its key focus areas?
The excellence program Finest in Finance of the Finance Center Münster is directed specifically at students of the University of Münster who are interested in finance and who can impress not only with above-average grades, but also with their personality. As a participant they can take part in exclusive events covering the fields practice, training and community. Thereby, they can establish contacts with partner companies and expand your personal network
Successful businesses require powerful processes. How can digital technologies help to build powerful processes, particularly efficient, innovative, sustainable and resilient processes? On February 1 (Thursday), Professor Jan vom Brocke will give his inaugural lecture "Process Science - Using digital traces to understand and shape change in business and society" at the University of Münster. The public lecture begins at 17:15 in the Auditorium of Münster Castle, Schlossplatz 2, followed by a reception in the foyer hosted by the School of Business and Economics.
Prof. Dr. Markus Dertwinkel-Kalt is listed in the current research monitoring among the top young researchers in economics, more precisely at #31 in the overall ranking of young researchers and at #12 among young researchers working in Germany. The economics ranking evaluates the research performance of economists who come from or are active in German-speaking countries. The ranking list is compiled by the KOF Swiss Economic Institute at ETH Zurich. It is published every two years.