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Risk and Insurance

Risk and Insurance

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Brief description

Insurance economics deals with the structured analysis of economic questions related to the insurance industry with an emphasis on theoretical and empirical investigations of insurance markets. Hence, it tries to deeper look at a multitude of different industry specific business operations, like risk management, controlling or asset management. Students should be enabled to analyse market structures and company processes within the insurance industry. During lectures a special focus will be given to governmental regulations and a further look at specific theoretical issues surrounding the commodity ‘insurance’ itself.

Current research projects focus on risk and insurance theory, empirical studies on insurance supply and demand, topics associated with private and statutory health insurances and the economic evaluation of health services.

Office

Claudia Pfeiffer-Stawars

Executive Director

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg
Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg

Professors

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg
Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Johann-Matthias Graf von der Schulenburg

Graduate Teaching/Research Assistant

Dr. Kathrin Damm
M. Sc. Kristine Kreis
Dr. Alexander Kuhlmann
MPH Svenja Litzkendorf
Dr. rer. pol. Ute Lohse
M. A. Marika Plöthner
M. Sc. Miguel Rodriguez Gonzalez
M. Sc. Torben Schmidt
M.Sc. Stefan Scholz
Dr. Christoph Schwarzbach
M. Sc. Marina Treskova
M. Sc. Patrizio Vanella
Dipl.-Oec. Dirk Wrede
Dr. Jan Zeidler

External Assistant Lecturer

Dr. Tobias Basse
Dr. Alexander Behrens
Dr. Sebastian Braun
Prof. Dr. Meik Friedrich
Dr. Ulrich Knemeyer
Prof. Dr. Torsten Körber
Dr. Torsten Oletzky
Dr. Jona Stahmeyer
PD Dr. Christian Thomann
Dr. Christoph Vauth