PhD students at international conferences
Several PhD students of the Chair of Accounting and Auditing of Prof. Dr. Henning Zülch took the opportunity to participate in international conferences and present their current research projects.
From 11 to 13 May 2022, the 44th Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA) took place in Bergen, Norway. Anne Schneider and Maria Gebhardt used this opportunity to present their research paper “Effects of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (EU/2019/2088) on Institutional Investors – Evidence from an Online Survey”. After a fruitful discussion, they were able to gather fresh ideas for developing their paper and start new research projects.
Additionally, they were able to attend several presentations given by researchers from all over the world, bringing them up to date with the latest developments in the world of accounting research. Through this, the two were able to form many interesting connections in the field of international accounting. Besides a classic gala dinner with a Norwegian live band, a boat trip through the fjords of Bergen was organized by the EAA. So, Anne and Maria could also get to know the Norwegian nature and culture. All in all, this experience was inspiring in many ways.
EURAM 2022: Most innovative paper award for our research on investors in professional football
Benedikt Kirsch and Tim Sauer, two doctoral students from our sports management research group, had the opportunity to participate in this year’s conference held by the European Academy for Management (EURAM) in Winterthur, Switzerland. Aside from three days of networking, discussions, panels and connecting with researchers from all across the globe, the two also had the chance of presenting their latest research “The role of investors in professional football” to the interested audience.
The outcome of the conference: many new insights and food for thought, new connections with interested and likeminded researchers, and the award for most innovative paper of EURAM’s sports management special interest group – again proving the aspirational and relevant research our research group is able to deliver in the area of sports management.
In this HHL Expert Talk, Prof. Dr. Henning Zülch discussed the status quo of German club football, hypothesized where German clubs are headed financially after the pandemic fog has cleared and proposed possible solutions to avoid playing second fiddle in international competition in the coming years.
Full talk (in German):
Hi, I am Sigrid, the Director of Career and Alumni Relations at HHL. With more than 13 years of experience in coaching, motivational training and communication in the US, the UK and Germany, it is my core interest to enhance a lifelong career and network guidance for the entire HHL community. I am keen to empower our community to aim high, to nourish lifelong connections and to foster each other's personal and professional development. This ambition is also rooted in my experiences as a former competitive athlete and graduate of a Master's program in Performance Psychology (M.Sc.) at the University of Edinburgh.