The LOEWE Center SAFE ("Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe") in the House of Finance at Goethe University Frankfurt has been admitted to the Leibniz Association. As a result, SAFE will become a Leibniz Institute on January 1, 2020, and be included in joint funding by the Federal Government and the State Governments (Länder). The Institute is dedicated to interdisciplinary research on...
The Chair of Electronic Commerce is looking for two full time postdoctoral researchers for a period of five years.
The researchers will be part of the research team of the project "Economic Consequences of Restrictions on the Usage of Cookies" from 01.10.2019 to 30.09.2024. No administrative or teaching duties are associated to the positions. Sufficient funding is available to present research results at international conferences. There is no application deadline. Please submit your application as soon as...
Dr. Bernd Skiera is Professor of Electronic Commerce at Goethe University and director of the GSEFM MSQ and Ph.D. programs in Marketing. The funding has been granted by the European Research Council for a project on the interactions of data protection regulations, commercial uses of cookies, and profit.
Ph.D. in Finance student Tobias Sichert will present his paper entitled "Structural Breaks in the Variance Process and the Pricing Kernel Puzzle" at the seventeenth annual meeting of the American Finance Association (AFA) to be held in Atlanta. The AFA is one of the world's largest and most competitive conferences in Finance.
Ph.D. in Economics student Sascha Wilhelm studies the price fluctuations in the german gasoline retail market. The results of his Research were reviewed by the newspaper Die Zeit in a comprehensive article about price dinamics in Germany.
Professors Volker Wieland and Jan Krahnen are among the most influential economists of the German-speaking region
Two GSEFM professors were ranked among the most influential economists of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Professor Volker Wieland holds the Endowed Chair of Monetary Economics at Goethe University. Professor Jan Krahnen holds the Chair of Corporate Finance at Goethe University.
Dr. Fuchs-Schündeln is Professor of Macroeconomics and Development at Goethe University and GSEFM Coordinator. She received in March of 2019 the most important German advancement award for Research, the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize.