Fabian T. Albrecht, M.Sc.

Research Assistant

Fabian Albrecht


Max-von-Laue Straße 1
28359 Bremen
WiWi2, Room F4290

Phone: +49 (0)421 218-66690
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European Accounting Association (EAA)


Research areas:

  • Empirical accounting research
  • Accounting regulation
  • Political economy


Personal Details

Fabian T. Albrecht obtained his general university entrance qualification in 2013 at the Berufsbildende Schulen Osterholz-Scharmbeck. Afterwards, he began training as a bank clerk at Kreissparkasse Osterholz (now Sparkasse Rotenburg Osterholz), which he finished in 2016. After six months of work for the Volksbank eG Osterholz Bremervörde and a one-year exchange in New Zealand, he began his studies in business administration at the University of Bremen, which he completed in 2020 with a special focus on finance, accounting and taxes.

During his time at university, Mr Albrecht completed a six-month internship at KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft in Hamburg and worked there for a further two years as a student trainee in the Restructuring division. From January 2020, Fabian T. Albrecht was also employed as a student assistant and later as a visiting researcher at the Chair of General Business Administration, Corporate Accounting and Controlling, where he has been a research assistant since March 2022. Mr Albrecht has also been a certified derivatives trader since September 2021.

In addition to his work at the University of Bremen, Mr Albrecht is also a member of the shareholders' meeting of Abfall-Service Osterholz GmbH and Ritterhuder Wirtschaftsbetriebe GmbH.

Presentation at Scientific Conferences and Seminars

Accounting and Finance Research Seminar (Tbilisi, Georgia) "The Political Economy in the European Parliament", ISET - International School of Economics at TSU, 4. December 2023

Accounting and Finance Research Seminar (Tbilisi, Georgia) "Influence of Political Ideology on Accounting Regulation within the European Parliament", ISET - International School of Economics at TSU, 7. November 2023