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Research

Research Profile

The research at the professorship of Empirical Economics and Applied Statistics aims at answering topical problems in business and economics by using state-of-the-art quantitative methods. In particular, we focus on developing and applying time series approaches to financial risk management.

Our research is open to interdisciplinary topics and approaches. In one of our current projects, we explore wether basical statistical knowledge and quantitative skills might help lawyers and judges to improve on the quality of consistent case-law. We identify relevant methods and develop teaching programs based on subject related didactic concepts.

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