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CEMS United Nations Model in der Financial Times

Simulation Conference of CEMS Students on United Nations Climate Negotiations: Report in the Financial Times

What were the benefits of the world’s first health insurance?

Econometric study sheds light on Bismarck's health insurance and its historical impact on mortality.

Bernhard Düttmann takes over as CEO of Ceconomy

Supervisory board appointed the WiSo lecturer as CEO.

100 years of sociology in Cologne

The ISS celebrates its 100th anniversary

Did you know that the local extent of ethnic stratification across secondary schools affects whether minority students identify as German and how they are integrated into the school class?

New study by Clemens Kroneberg and Hanno Kruse

Men with Turkish names are disadvantaged in online carpooling

WiSo experiment proves discrimination on online platforms

Feedback improves antibiotic prescription behaviour of paediatricians

Interdisciplinary study by Prof. Dr. Daniel Wiesen

Axel Ockenfels - one of the most influential economists in Germany

Prof. Dr. Axel Ockenfels represents the WiSo faculty in the current F.A.Z. economists ranking on place 30.

Anna Kerkhof wins the Reinhard-Selten-Preis

Anna Kerkhof has won the Reinhard-Selten Prize this year at the annual conference of the Verein für Socialpolitik

Is there a long-term impact of social background on graduates’ careers?

New study by Marita Jacob and Markus Klein