Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics

Leader and topics

Prof. Dr. Martin Missong

Martin Missong

Bayesian Networks

Statistics in Court

Quantitative Risk Management

News

Office hours during non-lecture period

During non-lecture period, our office is regulary open on monday, tuesday and thursdray from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. .


Good luck!

The Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics wish all students much success for the upcoming exams!


Economists-Ranking: Top 100 researchers under 40 years

Dr. Theo Berger recorded in ranking of top 100 researchers under 40 years of business studies. The ranking is created and published by "Wirtschaftswoche" and rates strong and young researches in Germany.


Vacancy: Student tutor in Statistics

There are vacancies for student tutors in Statistics at the Professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics.


Conference: "3. Fachtagung Rechtsdidaktik in Österreich 2018"

Dr. Tanja Ihden and Charlotte Schuchardt spoke at the conference "3. Fachtagung Rechtsdidaktik in Österreich 2018" in Salzburg.


PhD candidate

Mr. Tim Vintis will work as new PhD candidate at the professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics by 01.11.2018.


Visiting time

Visiting time of Prof. Dr. Martin Missong during winter semester 18/19 take place during the semester every Tuesday from 12 a.m. to 1 p.m.


New address

The professorship in Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics moved to an other building!


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            10:00-12:00,
    tuesday,           12:00-16:00,
    wednesday,     10:00-12:00
    and
    thursday,          10:00-12:00.

 

 

 

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

 

 

Staff

Gruppenfoto

For more information about Prof. Dr. Martin Missong and his staff, click here.

Teaching

Zuhörer in einem vollen Hörsaal.

Our teaching is an application-oriented system of methodological lectures, which is structured in modules. Typical data analyses software is used in courses, as well as in exams.

Research

Books in a shelf.

Main research topics of the professorship are especially quantitative risk management and statistics in court. You can find more information about key topics, publications and conferences here.

Cooperations

Multicolored pencils.

The professorship maintan cooperation with other scientists and universities as well as companies. You can find more information about different cooperation right here.