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Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics

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Prof. Dr. Martin Missong

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Statistics in Court

Quantitative Risk Management

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Have a good start into the summer semester!

Korri and the rest of the team "Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics" wish you all a good start into the summer semester 2022!


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Have a good start into the new semester!

Korri and the rest of the team "Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics" wish you all a good start into the winter semester 2021/22!


Dr. Tanja Ihden will leave our work area as of 1. September

Dr. Tanja Ihden will leave our work area as of 1. September. She is going to lead transnational study programs at the University of Applied Sciences Krems in Austria.


Korri der Korrelationskoala lächelt freundlich und hebt den rechten Arm.

Have a good start into the new semester!

Korri and the rest of the team "Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics" wish you all a good start into the summer semester 2021!


Coventry University

COIL-Project „Business Analytics Application in Industries“ successfully completed

The Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) – course „Business Analytics Application in Industries“ in cooperation with the Coventry University and the GISMA Business School has been completed with a closing event on the 12th of april 2021.


Kolloquium Paola Janßen

Promotion Paola Janßen

Paola Janßen has successfully completed her dissertation entitled "Inference with empirical theorems - investigating the connection between statistical and legal methods of persuasion".


A person sitting on a balcony, working on their laptop, and drinking coffee.

Start of the semester

We wish all students a good start into the next digital semester and welcome the new students at the University of Bremen!


European Center for Alternative Finance

Presentation at 4th European Alternative Finance Research Conference

Tim Vintis presented the paper "Are Sustainability-Oriented Investors Different? Evidence from Equity Crowdfunding" at the 4th European Alternative Finance Research Conference at Utrecht University on 6 October. The paper was written in collaboration with Lars Hornuf and Eliza Stenzhorn.


Jana Sell

Teaching assignment at North German Academy for Finance and Tax Law

By the end of the year, Jana Sell had received a teaching assignment at the North German Academy for Finance and Tax Law in Bremen. There she teaches the financial candidates in the subject "Business Administration".


Theo Berger

Professor of Statistics and Data Sciences

Prof. Dr. Theo Berger is the new Professor for Statistics and Data Analytics at the Harz University of Applied Sciences, but will remain with us as a private lecturer. We wish Prof. Dr. Theo Berger all the best and much success also at the Harz University of Applied Sciences!


The sales during the semester take place in the office of the Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics, Building: WIWI 1 (Aldi-Building), 2. Floor, Room A2370, regularly on:
    monday            15:00-17:00,
    tuesday,           10:00-16:00,
    wednesday,     09:30-11:30
    and
    thursday,          09:00-11:00.

 

 

 

The brothers Björn and Sören Christensen are publishing the column "Achtung: Statistik" (engl.: "Attention: Statistic" periodically. Based on scientific argumentation it is shown, in an entertaining way, at which points in our daily life we are confrontated with statistics and which false conclusions, without awareness of statistics, we probably make.

You can find the link to the column here


The initiative "Unstatistik des Monats" (engl.: "Un-statistic of the month") was founded in 2012 by psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer from Berlin and the economists Thomas Bauer from Bochum and Walter Krämer from Dortmund. In this column, statistic news based on not appropiate data or misinterpretation of data, are exposed. The spectrum of false conclusions are from comical to frightening.

You can find the link to the column here