Research Activities

Strategy - Family Business - Entrepreneurship - Finance - Responsibility - Sustainability - Innovation

Academic Group Structure

In order to enhance its strength and to profile new focus areas, HHL organizes its research and teaching activities around five thematic groups. Each group unites several chairs and centers. The members of the groups cooperate in research and teaching projects.

Prof. Sushil Khanna, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. Stephan Stubner
Prof. Dr. Timo Meynhardt
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tobias Dauth
Prof. Dr. Torsten Wulf
Prof. Dr. Henning Zülch
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schwetzler
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Alexander Lahmann
Prof. Christian Strenger
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Marc Steffen Rapp
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Wolff
 Prof. Pierfrancesco La Mura, Ph.D.
Prof. Dr. iur. Liv Jaeckel
Prof. Dr. Arnis Vilks
Prof. Dr. Dr. Wilfried von Eiff
Prof. Dr. Andreas Beivers
Prof. Dr. Andreas Suchanek
Prof. Dr. Iris Hausladen
Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Althammer
Prof. Dr. Manfred Kirchgeorg
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Erik Maier
Prof. Dr. Andreas Pinkwart
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Vivek Velamuri
Prof. Dr. Kathrin Möslein
Prof. Dr. Ralf Reichwald

HHL Research News

06/07/2016 Splitting the Second: or, How to Cooperate When There's No Time to TalkCooperation can be improved even when communication is too slow to be useful Read ›
05/24/2016 New Journal Articles by Prof. Dr. Timo MeynhardtTimo Meynhardt and Peter Gomez propose an alternative approach to Carrolls CSR pyramid building on the public value concept, and in a second article Meynhardt and co-authors analyze in the framework of a marketing discourse value as a systemic property in the sense of a synergetic order parameter. Read ›
04/22/2016 6th Leipzig Entrepreneurship Lecture: "Company Accelerators Are a Double-Edged Sword"6th Leipzig Entrepreneurship Lecture with Prof. Dr. Katharina Hölzle, who holds the Chair of Entrepreneurship at the University of Potsdam, on the topic "How to make an elephant dance - Can accelerators be the translator between startups and corporations in the Internet of Things? Read ›
04/19/2016 What Can Hospitals Learn from Singapore Airlines? Medical economist Prof. Dr. Dr. von Eiff from HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management presents new HHL Benchmarking Model for Health Services, an approach which helps hospitals to improve. Read ›
04/08/2016 top Sign up Now and Get Your Tickets for the Elevator Pitch Event at HHL's Entrepreneurship Conference Accelerate@HHLAccelerate@HHL Conference on April 22/23, 2016 for students, founders and other interested parties dedicated to the trending topic of "Internet of Things – The Smart Thing About Smart Things" Read ›
04/07/2016 6th Leipzig Entrepreneurship Lecture on How Accelerators Can Help Companies6th Leipzig Entrepreneurship Lecture with, amongst others, Prof. Dr. Katharina Hölzle, who holds the Chair of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Potsdam, takes place at HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management on April 22, 2016. Read ›
03/15/2016 Out now: HHL news Spring 2016 Read ›
02/25/2016 Gift of Books by ICCR and Indian Embassy Read ›
02/23/2016 Survey: Germany's SMEs Regard Lending Through Online Marketplaces as a New AlternativeSuvey (in German language) entitled "Mittelstandskredite in Zeiten des digitalen Wandels – Crowdlending in Deutschland" ("Loans for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in Times of Digital Change – Crowdlending in Germany") Read ›

HHL Research Events

06/23/2016 Join the HHL Research SeminarWe welcome Elisa Maria Böldicke, Doctoral Candidate at the Chair of Economic and Business Ethics, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Leipzig, Germany, who will speak on equivocalness of freedom and social control in the context of digitalization Read ›
07/06/2016 - 07/07/2016 CASiM Conference 2016 "European Cities in Dynamic Competition: Urban Governance, Cooperation, Competitiveness and Sustainability"Registration open until June 28, 2016 Read ›
08/25/2016 Join the HHL Research Seminar Read ›
09/22/2016 Join the HHL Research Seminar We welcome Christian Basteck, Doctoral Candidate at the Chair of Macroeconomics, TU Berlin, Germany Read ›

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Top 3 in Germany

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