In cooperation with the IFRS Foundation, the German Standard-Setter DRSC, Goethe University Frankfurt and the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE are inviting you to the Sustainability Standards Conference 2024. With further support from the House of Finance and Deutsche Börse Group, the conference will address topics related to the current standard-setting activities of the ISSB both...[more]

Since February 2024, Philipp Boeing is Professor for Empirical Innovation Research with Focus on China at the Department of Economic Policy and Quantitative Methods. He received his doctorate from the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, was Assistant Professor at Peking University and is Senior Researcher at the ZEW - Leibniz Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim. His...[more]

Should companies using AI chatbots be transparent about the involvement of human employees working behind the scenes? Do customer interactions change when human involvement is disclosed? If so, how and why? A recent paper published in Information Systems Research written by Oliver Hinz and other researchers offers some answers to these questions. The findings suggest that disclosing potential...[more]

Researchers conducted a globally representative survey and showed broad support for climate protection for the first time / However, the willingness of others to do something about climate protection is systematically underestimated.[more]

Prof. Rainer Haselmann, Chair of Finance, Accounting and Taxation at Goethe Universität, now forms part of the IMFS Executive Board. In December 2023, he joined as a Research Professor. In this capacity, he essentially supports the new Financial Stability Initiative at the IMFS.[more]

On November 20, an outstanding, practice-relevant doctoral thesis from the Department of Economics was awarded the IHK Dissertation Prize in a festive ceremony: Dr. Konstantin Bräuer receives the IHK Dissertation Prize 2023, endowed with 6,000 euros, for his work "Essays on Household Finance". Congratulations to him! Information on the prize can be found here. [more]

Together with Prof. Lars P. Feld and Prof. Christoph M. Schmidt, Prof. Volker Wieland has received the 2023 Regulatory Policy Award from the German Business Association of Family Companies. The three former members of the German Council of Economic Experts were honored for their joint opinion piece "Time has come for supply-oriented fiscal policy," which was published in the "Frankfurter...[more]

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