Finale 2021

22. – 24. September

Letztes Update: 3.9.2021

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Die folgenden Teams haben sich für das Finale 2021 qualifiziert.

In alphabetischer Reihenfolge:

Albert-Einstein-Gymnasium Frankenthal

Solution: Come together

Topic: New challenges due to Corona and lockdown: How can we strengthen the integration of refugees?
by Paul Berbeé and Katia Gallegos Torres, ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research

Albertus-Magnus-Gymnasium Stuttgart

Solution: TranSpider

Topic: Mobility in rural areas – how can electric mobility work there?
by Stephan Wilhelm, Hendrik von Linde und Carolina Sachs, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO

Annette-Kolb-Gymnasium Traunstein

Solution: Get ToGether to get better!

Topic: New in the country – how can refugees be prepared for the German financial system?
by Clara Albrecht, Sarah Reiter, Tanja Stitteneder and Yvonne Giesing, ifo Institute – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich

BBS Burgdorf

Solution: Conspirex

Topic: The Economics of Fake News: Free Opinion, False Belief and Censorship?
by Gerhard Riener

Deutsche Berufsschule Hong Kong

Solution: Re-Tax – Together win in the fight of tax evasion!

Topic: Tax compliance – the task of the state or morality?
by Dominika Langenmayr and Philipp Krug

Immanuel Kant Schule Neumünster

Solution: Container4u

Topic: Shortage of housing, gentrification and rent madness: How can affordable housing be managed in cities?
by Insa Weilage, Center for Economic Studies (CWS) at the Leibniz Universität Hannover

International School of Geneva

Solution: Green Village: a sustainability-based communal residential system

Topic: Toward sustainable accommodation and sustainable holiday
by Manouchehr Shokri und Anna Luthin, RWTH Aachen University

Landschulheim Grovesmühle

Solution: carEducation – because everybody could need care someday!

Topic: Applause is not enough – How can nursing professions become more attractive?
by Michaela Fuchs and Julia Lang

Max-Planck-Gymnasium Gelsenkirchen

Solution: Make Your Job KINTeresting

Topic: Career planning and birth gap: How can studies, career and family be brought into a better balance?
by Daniel Kamhöfer (Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)) and Matthias Westphal (RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research)

Musikgymnasium Käthe-Kollwitz Rostock

Solution: Light(,)s everything

Topic: Sustainable Garden Cities of Tomorrow. From Hellerau to Eisenhüttenstadt and far beyond
by Stephanie Brünenberg and Peter Ulrich

Raiffeisen-Campus Dernbach

Solution: Make yourself Richappy!

Topic: Young people are not interested in finance related topics. How could this be changed?
by Eveline Wuttke, Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE

RBZ Wirtschaft . Kiel

Solution: Food waste – not a good taste

Topic: Blue Growth in the tourism sector? Making maritime tourism sustainable!
by Christine Bertram, IB.sh

Schools from the UK and the USA

Aylesbury Grammar School, Aylesbury, UK

Solution: Creating a Fairer World – An unconditional cash payment to alleviate poverty 

Topic: Brain food: How can a government best ensure that all children have enough to eat?
by Nuhar Bazeer + Nihar Shembavnekar – The Health Foundation, Alice Lassman + Naba Salman – McKinsey & Company

Decatur High School, Decatur, Georgia, USA

Solution: Price-fixing’s a crime; Lock Them Up!

Topic: What Encourages Price-Fixing Between Companies? An Economic Experiment.
by Claudia Möllers, DICE Düsseldorfer Institut für Wettbewerbsökonomie

Dunwoody High School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Solution: Unwrap the Truth – How Consumers Can Save the Chocolate Industry

Topic: The dark secret of chocolate – How can we support sustainable cocoa cultivation?
by Gunther Bensch and Katrin Kaestner, RWI Leibniz Institute for Economic Research

South Forsyth High School, Cummings, Georgia, USA

Solution: Pocket Power: Get on the Geobus! Spreading Awareness about Geothermal Energy to People of All Ages

Topic: #GreenInsteadOfBrown – How Can One Meet Fears Of Society & Create Acceptance For Geothermal Energy?
by Tabea Schröder and Marius Waldvogel, RWTH Aachen University

St. Michael’s Catholic Grammar School, London, UK

Solution: Feed the Future

Topic: Brain food: How can a government best ensure that all children have enough to eat?
by Nuhar Bazeer + Nihar Shembavnekar – The Health Foundation, Alice Lassman + Naba Salman – McKinsey & Company

Jill AddoJill Addo
Official in Charge (member of the Federal Employment Agency), Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs

Jill Addo works for the Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in the department „Basic Aspects of Migration and Integration Policy“ (IIa5) in order to implement a nationwide funding program for women with migration experience as part of the next funding period of the European Social Fund Plus 2021-2027.

Photo: Sven-Lorenz-RWI

Thomas Bauer
Vice-President, RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research

Thomas Bauer is currently Vice-President of RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research and professor of economics at the University of Bochum (Ruhr-Universität Bochum). His main research interests are in the fields of migration, labor economics and micoreconometrics.

Athena Birkenberg
Post-doctoral researcher at the University of Hohenheim

Athena Birkenberg is a lecturer at the University of Hohenheim and conducting research in the field of socio-economics in tropical agriculture-particularly related to coffee and cocoa production. Research projects are for example dealing with sustainability certifications such as carbon neutrality, organic, rainforest alliance others are looking and policies along global value chains, or the potential of coffee by-products for comercialization.

Johanna Bodewing

Photo: kakaoforum.de

Johanna Bodewing, Advisor, German Initiative on Sustainable Cocoa
Johanna Bodewing is an advisor in the Secretariat of the German Initiative on Sustainable Cocoa. The initiative’s goal is to improve the living conditions of cocoa farming households in cocoa producing countries such as Côte d’Ivoire. As an advisor, Johanna Bodewing supports the members of the initiative in contributing to this goal and is especially in charge of the topics „Living Income“ and „Human Rights Due Diligence“.

Nils Börnsen
Senior Policy Officer, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Dr. Nils Börnsen is a senior policy officer in the unit in charge of competition policy, antitrust-law and competition-related aspects of digitization in the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. He is a lawyer by training and working on competition-related topics such as distortions of competition by foreign subsidies and competition in digital markets.

Ulrike Brandi
CEO Ulrike Brandi Licht GmbH

Ulrike Brandi is the director of Ulrike Brandi Licht GmbH since 1986 and the Brandi Institute for Light and Design.
Her office planned around 1.300 projects around the world, including Masterplan light for the Expo 2000 Hannover, Hafencity Hamburg, City of Rotterdam and IGS in Hamburg.
Further projects are inter alia the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Day, Light and Night exhibition in the Istanbul Modern Museum, Pudong International Airport T2 in Shanghai, Amsterdam Central Station, Rotterdam Central Station, and the Royal Academy of Music in London.
A strong focus in her work is natural light in indoor and urban lighting planning and the sustainable and adequate use of artificial light.
She published various books and teaches at international Universities.

Photo: DGNB e.V.

Anna Braune
Head of Department Research & Development, German Sustainable Building Council – DGNB e.V.

Anna is initiator and founding member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), where she served as CEO from DGNB’s foundation in June 2007 to end 2008. Until June 2015 she worked at PE INTERNATIONAL, renamed as thinkstep AG in 2015. As Principal Consultant she was responsible for the construction team of the company’s consulting services branch. Since September 2015 Anna is working for DGNB, responsible for the organization’s unit “Research and Development”.

Anna is auditor, trainer and verifier for the DGNB scheme and former head of the DGNB expert group on Life Cycle Assessment. As environmental engineer, Anna has a deep understanding of both, environmental effects and issues and technical expertise on processing, using and disposal of natural and industrial goods

Peter Byck

Photo: ASU

Peter Byck
Professor of Practice + director, Arizona State University + carbon nation

Peter Byck teaches documentary film production to students from the Schools of Sustainability and Journalism at Arizona State University. He also produces documentaries, and is leading a research team focused on Adaptive Multi-paddock (AMP) grazing – www.carboncowboys.org

Jean-Philippe Chauzy Jean-Philippe Chauzy
Chief of Mission IOM Germany, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Jean-Philippe Chauzy took up office as the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Chief of Mission in Berlin, Germany, on 1 January 2021. He represents IOM to the German government, the Bundestag and civil society. He started his career with IOM in 1998. Before joining IOM, Chauzy had a well-established journalistic career at the BBC World Service as a senior producer.

Gonçalo Correia - TU Delft

Photo: TU Delft

Gonçalo Correia
Associate Professor, Delft University of Technology

Gonçalo Correia co-leads the hEAT Lab (research on Electric and Automated Transport) at the Department of Transport & Planning of TU Delft. He leads projects on mobility sustainability, specifically in finding the role of new technologies and business models in decreasing emissions and enhancing transport equity.

Photo: Institute for Fiscal Studies

Jonathan Cribb
Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies

Jonathan undertakes policy-relevant economic research at IFS, helping to inform UK policymakers and wider society about the effects of various government policies and changes in the economy. His work particularly focuses on how government welfare, tax and pension programmes effect employemnt and savings, and understanding the drivers of economic inequalities.

Lucienne Damm

Photo: private

Lucienne Damm
Senior Environmental Manager, TUI Cruises GmbH

Lucienne Damm is a political scientist and working in sustainability and Environmental field for over 13 years. For nearly 10 years now, she is working as Senior Environmental Manager at TUI Cruises, a German premium cruise line operator. Among others, she is responsible for the company’s environmental strategy & supporting projects, shoreside and fleet environmental management systems and reporting processes. She is involved in TUI Cruises’ new build projects, always looking for sustainability innovations.

Leonhard Dobusch

Photo: Ingo Pertramer, CC-BY 4.0

Leonhard Dobusch
Professor of Business Administration with focus on Organization at the University of Innsbruck

Leonhard Dobusch holds degrees in Law and in Business studies, and his main research interests include organizational openness and private regulation via standards, specifically in the field of intellectual property. He is co-founder and academic director of Vienna-based Momentum Institute, member of the ZDF television council and blogs at netzpolitik.org.

Quinten de Gooijer
General manager, Tempohousing

I have founded this company with 2 partners in 2002 and we have introduced the shipping container home in The Netherlands, there was no such product at that time. Today I am responsible for product development and sales.
Although we started with shipping containers as a basis, our product range today offers a wide choice of different prefab systems, next to the concept of a shipping container home.

Wouter De Tavernier
Economist pensions at OECD

Wouter De Tavernier analyses policies in the field of pensions and population ageing at the OECD’s Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs. Among others, he is involved in the ongoing project ‚Beyond Applause‘ investigating how to meet the increasing care need due to population ageing through improvements in working conditions and social recognition of care work.

Katharina ErbeKatharina Erbe
Economist at the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF)

Dr Katharina Erbe works on economic issues of tax policy with a focus on VAT and environmental related taxation. Before joining BMF she worked on innovation policy issues at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. She has an academic background in public finance and empirical tax research.

Arndt Feuerbacher
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Hohenheim

Arndt Feuerbacher is a post-doctoral researcher at the Agricultural and Food Policy research group at University of Hohenheim. He conducts research within the fields of agricultural, environmental and development economics. His current research addresses questions of biodiversity friendly agricultultural and food policies and how model-based policy analysis can take into account non-monetary ecosystem services.

Andrew ForseyAndrew Forsey
National Director, Feeding Britain

Andrew leads Feeding Britain’s programme of practical action, research, and policy development which aims to prevent food insecurity and eliminate hunger in the United Kingdom.

Estelle Göger - EC

Photo: European Commission

Estelle Göger
Member of Cabinet of Paolo Gentiloni, European Commissioner for Economy

Estelle Göger worked in the European Parliament for 11 years as advisor to MEP Pervenche Berès, head of private office of President Martin Schulz and member of the secretariat of the committee on budgets. In this position she assisted the rapporteurs on the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) and developed a keen interest in investment policies and financial instruments. Consequently, she joined the Commission in 2017 to work on EFSI II and InvestEU in DG ECFIN, with a specific focus on legislative negotiations and relations with NPBIs. She joined the cabinet of Paolo Gentiloni, Commissioner for Economy at the beginning of the current Commission’s tenure. She currently deals with SDGs, G7/G20 among other topics within the Commissioner’s portfolio.

Helge Grammerstorf
National Director, CLIA Germany

Helge Grammerstorf, Master Mariner and Graduate Industrial Engineer for Maritime Transport is the founder and owner of SeaConsult group of companies, based in Hamburg. Since March 2013 Helge Grammerstorf holds the position of National Director of CLIA Germany, the German representation of CLIA Global, the world‘s leading association of the cruise industry.

Svenja Heber
Freelance moderator

Svenja is a freelance event moderator based in Stuttgart, Germany. By leading discussions, panels and interviews, she explores questions in the field of digitalisation, economics, politicis and science. In the last two years, Svenja mainly moderated digital events, bringing people into virtual exchange.

Christoph Heinrich Photo: Daniel Seiffert / WWF

Photo: Daniel Seiffert / WWF

Christoph Heinrich
Chief Conservation Officer, WWF Germany

Christoph Heinrich, born in 1965, is a member of WWF’s Executive Board and is responsible for WWF’s nature conservation work to preserve biological diversity. His focus is on the protection of endangered habitats and species in international priority regions of the tropics and temperate latitudes, as well as in Germany.

Photo: Angus Holford and Jon Nears

Angus Holford
Research Fellow, University of Essex

Dr. Angus Holford is a Research Fellow at the University of Essex. He is currently the Principal Investigator of a Nuffield Foundation funded grant on the impacts of universal school meal schemes on children’s outcomes.

Photo: Ralph Bauer

Michael Isfort
Professor of Nursing Science and Health Services Research, Catholic University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Dr Michael Isfort is Deputy Chairman of the German Institute for Applied Nursing Science, Cologne (DIP e.V.) and study and programme leader in the thematic area of nursing professions and nursing data.

Photo: City of Geneva

Sami Kanaan
Minister, City of Geneva, Department of Culture and Digital Transition

Sami Kanaan was elected first to the Executive of the City of Geneva (Administrative Council) in spring 2011. Reelected twice in 2015 and 2020, he is currently in charge of the Department of Culture and Digital Transition, after having been in charge of the Department of Culture and Sport.

Mayor of Geneva on three occasions, he put at the center of his years as town hall, the dynamic of borders which can operate as ditches or on the contrary as bridges, the cultural and creative economy, support for the media, the digital transition. and the resilience of cities in times of crisis.

Nina Lemmens
Member of the Executive Board at the Joachim Herz Stiftung

Dr Nina Lemmens was appointed Member of the Executive Board of the Joachim Herz Stiftung as of October 1, 2018. In this role, she is responsible for the three central program areas – Science, Economics, and Personal Development – in which the Foundation performs its operational project work.

Lea-Marie LöbelLea-Maria Löbel
Technical Officer, International Labour Organization
As Technical Officer at the International Labour Organization, the United Nations Organization setting international labour standards, Lea-Maria Löbel supports development cooperation projects of the ILO funded by the German government. She also facilitates latest ILO research with German constituents and engages with German stakeholders on topics such as fair migration, child labour, future of work and global supply chains. Before her position at the ILO, Lea worked as a research associate at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW), where she evaluated a Mentoring Program for Refugees in Germany.

David Patrician
Freelance Journalist

David Patrician is an American freelance journalist and moderator currently based in Hamburg. He has reported for a variety of media outlets, including the Voice of America, Deutsche Welle, N-TV, Newsweek, the Hamburger Abendblatt and RTL Nord. He has been involved with the YES! for 4 years.

Julia Plötz
Official in Charge, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Julia Ploetz works for the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in the department „Economic and Structural Policy Research“ where she is responsible for the financial and strategic support of the economic institutes of the Leibniz Association.

Wolf Prieß
Director of the Program Area Economics, Joachim Herz Stiftung

Dr Wolf Prieß is Director of the Program Area Economics at the Joachim Herz Stiftung. After studying business administration, he completed the subsequent doctorate at the Department for Vocational Studies and Economic Education of the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel. He also worked for several years in the formation of secondary and vocational teachers at the Institute of Education at the CAU before joining the Joachim Herz Stiftung in the program Area Economics in 2012.

Stefan Profit, Deputy Director-General in the Economic Policy Department of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

Dr Profit’s directorate deals with macroeconomic developments, economic analyses and projections. He has an academic background in labour economics, holding a doctoral degree in Economics from Humboldt University Berlin.

Arno RasekArno Rasek
Chief Economist, Bundeskartellamt
The Bundeskartellamt is an independent competition authority whose task is to protect competition in Germany. The Chief Economist’s (and his team’s) role within the Bundeskartellamt is mainly to provide economic expertise and support to major investigations as well as policy formulation and in-house training.

Thomas Schlaak Thomas Schlaak
Partner, Deloitte Consulting GmbH

Dr. Thomas Schlaak is a Partner with Deloitte, leading consulting services for the Power, Utilities & Renewables sector where he focuses on digital-enabled transformations across the entire value chain. In addition, he is leading Deloitte’s Sustainability Services across industries to provide clients with end-to-end to support from strategy conception through to ESG assurance.

Oliver Schmitz Oliver Schmitz
CEO, berufundfamilie Service GmbH

Managing Director of berufundfamilie Service GmbH,
Lecturer in Labor Organization and Work Ability.

Photo: Sven Wied

Willi Scholz
Head of the YES! – Young-Economic-Summit

Dr Willi Scholz is General Manager of the YES! – Young-Economic-Summit. Moreover, he is Science Policy Consultant at the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics.

Barbara Seelos
Deputy Head of Staff, Austrian Competition Agency

Babara Seelos is senior team leader of inspections and has many years of enforcement experience. Before she worked at the agency she worked for a big corporate law firm and adviced companies on competition matters.

Juliane Seifert - Bundesregierung Jesco Denzel

Photo: Bundesregierung / Jesco Denzel

Juliane Seifert
Permanent State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth

Permanent State Secretary Juliane Seifert is the highest-ranking civil servant in the Ministry and is responsible for all administrative affairs.

Denis Suarsana, BDA

Photo: BDA

Denis Suarsana
Deputy Head of Department Strategy & Future of Work, Confederation of German Employers Associations (Bundesvereinigung der deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände (BDA))

Dr Denis Suarsana is the creative mind behind #futurework21 – the largest festival on the future of work in Germany. He also works at the BDA on the influence of digital technologies and business models as well as social trends on our working world.

Caren Sureth-Sloane
Professor at Paderborn University & WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

Caren Sureth-Sloane is Professor of Business Administration, esp. Business Taxation at Paderborn University (Germany) and Guest Professor at WU Vienna University of Economics and Business (Austria). In her research, she investigates the effects of (international) taxation on corporate decisions, especially on risky investments and compliance, including the drivers and effects of tax complexity and tax misperception.
She is Vice President of the Schmalenbach-Gesellschaft, Vice Chairwoman of Verein für Socialpolitik. Caren Sureth-Sloane is appointed full member of the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts. She is the spokesperson for the DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center TRR 266 Accounting for Transparency.

Hermann-Josef Tenhagen - Finanztip

Photo: Finanztip

Hermann-Josef Tenhagen
Editor-in-Chief at Finanztip

Hermann-Josef Tenhagen has been fighting for consumer rights for over 20 years. Der Spiegel once called him „Germany’s best-known consumer journalist“. He can explain the subject of finance in such a way that really everyone understands it. That is why he is a regular guest on radio and television. As editor-in-chief, publisher and managing director, he is responsible for all of Finanztip’s content and recommendations.

Foto: Sven Wied

Klaus Tochtermann
Director of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics

Since June 2010, Professor Tochtermann has been the director of the ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics in Hamburg and Kiel. He also holds a professorship for Digital Information Infrastructures at Kiel University.

Elizabeth TollenaereElizabeth Tollenaere
Member of the National Board, Deutschen Berufsverband für Pflegeberufe e.V. (DBfK)

Elizabeth Tollenaere is a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife who was born and educated in Australia. She moved to Germany in 2016 and works as a Nurse Educator at the Agnes-Karll Nursing School in Frankfurt. She is also a member of the National Board of the German Nurses Association (Deutschen Berufsverband für Pflegeberufe e.V. (DBfK)).

Photo: Fred Ernst

Léon van Geest
Director, Rotterdamse Dakendagen

Léon is director of the Rotterdam Rooftop Days, an NGO which wants to show how rooftops can contribute to a healthy, vibrant, inclusive, attractive and future-proof city. He’s committed to being an international role model in terms of the possibilities of rooftops, with innovative and surprising projects on rooftops. To serve as a source of inspiration and a driving force; with temporary interventions, sustainable projects and the sharing of knowledge.

Photo: ZVEI e.V.

Jürgen Waldorf
Managing director of the division lighting in the German Electrical and Electronical Manufacturers‘ Association ZVEI

Dr Jürgen Waldorf is managing director of the division lighting in the German Electrical and Electronical Manufacturers‘ Association ZVEI as well of the ZVEI marketing initative licht.de.
ZVEI represents 125 lighting manufactures and bundle their interests at national and European level. Via licht.de the association operates a comprehensive and neutral industry marketing and provide information on advantages and topical aspects of good lighting.

Photo: © Christian Wyrwa

Harald Zeiss
Professor for Sustainable Tourism, Harz University of Applied Science

Prof. Dr Harald Zeiss is a professor at the Harz University of Applied Sciences in Wernigerode and heads the Institute for Sustainable Tourism. He is the chair of the DRV’s sustainability committee and the board member of the sustainability initiative Futouris.

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Programm

Zeiten und Inhalte können sich noch kurzfristig ändern.
Alle angegeben Zeiten sind CET. UK BST -1 h, USA EDT – 6 h, Hong Kong HKT + 6 h

12:15 – 12:45

Arrival of the teams. Networking, technical check, getting to know each other even better.

12:45 – 13:00

Arrival of the guests.

13:00  – 13:15

Welcome by the moderators Svenja Heber and David Patrician.
Greetings from the organisers.
Explanation of the proceedings.

13:15 – 14:00

RBZ Wirtschaft . Kiel

Solution: Food waste – not a good taste

Speakers:

  • Lucienne Damm, Senior Environmental Manager, TUI Cruises GmbH
  • Helge Grammerstorf, National Director at CLIA Germany
  • Harald Zeiss, Professor for Sustainable Tourism, Hochschule Oberharz

Topic: Blue Growth in the tourism sector? Making maritime tourism sustainable!  by Christine Bertram, Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB.SH)

14:00 – 14:05

Short Coffee Break

14:05 – 14:50

International School of Geneva

Solution: Green Village: a sustainability-based communal residential system

Speakers:

  • Sami Kanaan, Minister, City of Geneva, Department of Culture and Digital Transition
  • Léon van Geest, Director, Rotterdamse Dakendagen

Topic: Toward sustainable accommodation and sustainable holiday by Manouchehr Shokri und Anna Luthin, RWTH Aachen University

14:50 – 15:35

Raiffeisen-Campus Dernbach

Solution: Make yourself Richappy!

Speakers:

  • Hermann-Josef Tenhagen, Editor-in-Chief at Finanztip
  • Julia Plötz, Official in Charge, German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Topic: Young people are not interested in finance related topics. How could this be changed? by Eveline Wuttke, Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE

15:35 – 16:00

Break 

16:00 – 16:45

BBS Burgdorf

Solution: Conspirex Economics of fake news

Speakers:

  • Leonhard Dobusch, Professor of Business Administration with focus on Organization at the University of Innsbruck
  • Stefan Profit, Deputy Director-General in the Economic Policy Department of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

Topic: The Economics of Fake News: Free Opinion, False Belief and Censorship? by Gerhard Riener, DICE Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics

16:45 – 17:30

Albert-Einstein-Gymnasium Frankenthal

Solution: Come together

Speakers:

  • Jill Addo, Official in Charge (member of the Federal Employment Agency), Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs
  • Lea-Maria Löbel, Technical Officer, International Labour Organization

Topic: New challenges due to Corona and lockdown: How can we strengthen the integration of refugees?  by Paul Berbeé and Katia Gallegos Torres, ZEW – Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research

17:30 – 17:35

Short Coffee Break

17:35 – 18:20

Deutsche Berufsschule Hong Kong

Solution: Re-Tax – Together win in the fight of tax evasion!

Speakers:

  • Katharina Erbe, Economist at the German Federal Ministry of Finance
  • Estelle Göger, Member of Cabinet of Paolo Gentiloni, European Commissioner for Economy
  • Caren Sureth-Sloane, Professor at Paderborn University & WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

Topic: Tax compliance – the task of the state or morality? by Dominika Langenmayr and Philipp Krug, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

18:20 – 19:05

Albertus-Magnus-Gymnasium Stuttgart

Solution: TranSpider

Speakers:

  • Gonçalo Correia, Associate Professor, Delft University of Technology
  • Stefan Profit, Deputy Director-General in the Economic Policy Department of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy

Topic: Mobility in rural areas – how can electric mobility work there? by Stephan Wilhelm, Hendrik von Linde und Carolina Sachs, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO

19:05 – 19:15

Wrap-up of Day Two and Good Bye

12:15 – 12:45

Arrival of the teams. Networking, technical check, meeting new friends.

12:45 – 13:00

Arrival of the guests.

13:00  – 13:10

Welcome by the moderators Svenja Heber and David Patrician.
Greetings from the organisers.
Explanation of the proceedings.

13:10 – 13:55

Landschulheim Grovesmühle

Solution: carEducation – because everybody could need care someday!

Speakers:

  • Wouter De Tavernier, Economist pensions at OECD
  • Michael Isfort, Professor of Nursing Science and Health Services Research, Catholic University of Applied Sciences
  • Elizabeth Tollenaere, Member of the National Board, Deutschen Berufsverband für Pflegeberufe e.V. (DBfK)

Topic: Applause is not enough – How can nursing professions become more attractive?  by Michaela Fuchs and Julia Lang

13:55 – 14:40

Decatur High School, Decatur, Georgia, USA

Solution: Price-fixing’s a crime; Lock Them Up!

Speakers:

  • Nils Börnsen, Senior Policy Officer, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
  • Arno Rasek, Chief Economist, Bundeskartellamt
  • Barbara Seelos, Deputy Head of Staff, Austrian Competition Agency

Topic: What Encourages Price-Fixing Between Companies? An Economic Experiment. by Claudia Möllers, DICE Düsseldorfer Institut für Wettbewerbsökonomie

14:40 – 14:45

Short Coffee Break

14:45 – 15:30

Aylesbury Grammar School, Aylesbury, UK

Solution: Creating a Fairer World – An unconditional cash payment to alleviate poverty 

Speakers:

  • Jonathan Cribb, Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies
  • Andrew Forsey, National Director at Feeding Britain
  • Angus Holford, Research Fellow, University of Essex

Topic: Brain food: How can a government best ensure that all children have enough to eat? By Nuha Bazeer + Nihar Shembavnekar – The Health Foundation, Alice Lassman + Naba Salman – McKinsey & Company

15:30 – 16:15

St. Michael’s Catholic Grammar School, London, UK

Solution: 

Speakers:

  • Jonathan Cribb, Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies
  • Andrew Forsey, National Director at Feeding Britain
  • Angus Holford, Research Fellow, University of Essex

Topic: Brain food: How can a government best ensure that all children have enough to eat? By Nuha Bazeer + Nihar Shembavnekar – The Health Foundation, Alice Lassman + Naba Salman – McKinsey & Company 

16:15 – 16:45

Break and preparation for the pitch

16:45 – 17:25

Teams perform their pitches in reverse order

17:25 – 17:50

Discussion of the teams in their own meeting rooms + online voting

17:50 – 17:55

Announcement of the winner of the „Best Scientific Analysis“-Award

17:55 – 18:15

Announcements by the Teams of their favourite solution

18:15 – 18:40

Announcement of the winning teams for YES! Germany and YES! International

18:40 – 18:45

Farewell and Good Bye by the organisers and the moderation team

18:45 – 18:50

Photos with the winning teams

12:15 – 12:45

Arrival of the teams. Networking, technical check, getting to know each other.

12:45 – 13:00

Arrival of the guests.

13:00  – 13:20

Welcome by the moderator David Patrician.
Greetings from the organisers.
Explanation of the proceedings.

13:20 – 14:05

Annette-Kolb-Gymnasium Traunstein

Solution: Get ToGether to get better!

Speakers:

  • Jill Addo, Official in Charge (member of the Federal Employment Agency), Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs
  • Thomas Bauer, Vice-President, RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research
  • Jean-Philippe Chauzy, Chief of Mission IOM Germany, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Topic: New in the country – how can refugees be prepared for the German financial system? by Clara Albrecht, Sarah Reiter, Tanja Stitteneder and Yvonne Giesing, ifo Institute – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich

14:05 – 14:50

Max-Planck Gymnasium Gelsenkirchen

Solution: Make Your Job KINTeresting

Speakers:

  • Oliver Schmitz, CEO, berufundfamilie Service GmbH
  • Juliane Seifert, Permanent State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth
  • Denis Suarsana, Deputy Head of Department Strategy & Future of Work, Bundesvereinigung der deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände (BDA)

Topic: Career planning and birth gap: How can studies, career and family be brought into a better balance? by Daniel Kamhöfer (Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE))  and Matthias Westphal (RWI – Leibniz Institute for Economic Research)

14:50 – 14:55

Short Coffee Break 

14:55 – 15:45

Immanuel Kant Schule Neumünster

Solution: Container4u

Speakers:

  • Anna Braune, Head of Department Research & Development, German Sustainable Building Council – DGNB e.V.
  • Quinten de Gooijer, General Manager, Tempohousing

Topic: Shortage of housing, gentrification and rent madness: How can affordable housing be managed in cities? by Insa Weilage, Center for Economic Studies (CWS) at the Leibniz Universität Hannover

15:40 – 16:25

South Forsyth High School, Cummings, Georgia, USA

Solution: Pocket Power: Get on the Geobus! Spreading Awareness about Geothermal Energy to People of All Ages

Speakers:

  • Peter Byck, Professor of Practice + director, Arizona State University + carbon nation
  • Thomas Schlaak, Partner, Deloitte Consulting GmbH

Topic: #GreenInsteadOfBrown – How Can One Meet Fears Of Society & Create Acceptance For Geothermal Energy? by Tabea Schröder and Markus Waldvogel 

16:25 – 17:00

Short break

17:00 – 17:45

Dunwoody High School, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Solution: Unwrap the Truth – How Consumers Can Save the Chocolate Industry

Speakers:

  • Johanna Bodewing, Consultant at Forum Nachhaltiger Kakao e.V.
  • Christoph Heinrich, Chief Conservation Officer, WWF Germany

Topic: The dark secret of chocolate – How can we support sustainable cocoa cultivation? by Gunther Bensch and Katrin Kaestner, RWI Leibniz Institute for Economic Research 

17:45 – 18:30

Musikgymnasium Käthe-Kollwitz Rostock

Solution: LUNE Concept – Light(,)s everything

Speakers:

  • Athena Birkenberg
  • Ulrike Brandi
  • Arndt Feuerbacher
  • Jürgen Waldorf

Topic: Sustainable Garden Cities of Tomorrow. From Hellerau to Eisenhüttenstadt and far beyond by Stephanie Brünenberg and Peter Ulrich, IRS Leibniz Institute for Research on Society and Space

18:30 – 18:40

Wrap up of Day 1 and Good Bye

Regionalfinale 2021

Letztes Update: 07.07.2021

In diesem Jahr mussten wir aus organisatorischen Gründen die gewohnte Zuteilung unserer Regionen aufbrechen, damit wir eine aus unserer Sicht faire und gleichmäßige Verteilung aller Teams gewährleisten können.

 

Letztes Update: 9.6.2021

Hier ist der unser Kurzbericht

Gewinnerteams Nord:

Immanuel Kant Schule Neumünster
Container4u – Genau das Richtige für Deine Studentenzeit / Eine weiterentwickelte Art des Studentenwohnheims, welche Studierenden in Form einer Containersiedlung preiswertes und nachhaltiges Wohnen in zentraler Lage ermöglicht

RBZ Wirtschaft . Kiel
Food waste – not a good taste / A concept to stop food waste on cruises.

Gewinnerteams Ost:

Landschulheim Grovesmühle
carEducation – because everybody could need care someday! / Ein informatives und innovatives Projekt um Jugendliche von der Wichtigkeit und Attraktivität der Pflege zu überzeugen

Musikgymnasium Käthe-Kollwitz
Light(,)s everything / Improving the current concept of parks by enhancing the sense of security at night and protecting the environment at the same time.

Teilnehmende Teams und ihre Themen (in alphabetischer Reihenfolge):

Alexander-von-Humboldt-Schule Neumünster
How can global food become more sustainable?
(GIGA Leibniz-Institut für Globale und Regionale Studien)

Bismarckschule Elmshorn
Neuverschuldung im Zuge der Corona-Pandemie – Wie können wir die Finanzkrise verhindern und für mehr Gerechtigkeit sorgen?
Center für Wirtschaftspolitische Studien (CWS)

Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium Preetz
How can global food become more sustainable?
(GIGA Leibniz-Institut für Globale und Regionale Studien)

Helene-Lange-Gymnasium Rendsburg
Healthy eating – healthy planet
Institut für Weltwirtschaft, Kiel (IfW Kiel)

Immanuel Kant Schule Neumünster
Wohnungsknappheit, Gentrifizierung und Mietenwahnsinn: Wie kann bezahlbarer Wohnraum in Städten geschaffen werden?
Center für Wirtschaftspolitische Studien (CWS)

Innerstädtisches Gymnasium Rostock
Kneipensterben – Wie retten wir das Wirtshaus im Dorf?
ifo Institut (Niederlassung Dresden)

Landschulheim Grovesmühle
Applaus allein reicht nicht – Wie können Pflegeberufe attraktiver werden?
Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Luther-Melanchthon-Gymnasium Wittenberg
Kneipensterben – Wie retten wir das Wirtshaus im Dorf?
ifo Institut (Niederlassung Dresden)

Martin-Andersen-Nexö Gymnasium Dresden
How should schools contribute to solving the mental health crisis?
Max-Planck-Institut für evolutionäre Anthropologie

Max-Planck-Schule Kiel
Healthy eating – healthy planet
Institut für Weltwirtschaft, Kiel (IfW Kiel)

Musikgymnasium Käthe-Kollwitz Rostock
Nachhaltige Gartenstädte in Sicht. Von Hellerau, Eisenhüttenstadt zu neuen Konzepten zukunftsorientierter Wohnarbeitsviertel
IRS Leibniz-Institut für Raumbezogene Sozialforschung

Neue Schule Wolfsburg gGmbH
How should schools contribute to solving the mental health crisis?
Max-Planck-Institut für evolutionäre Anthropologie

RBZ Wirtschaft . Kiel
Blaues Wachstum im Tourismussektor? Maritimen Tourismus nachhaltig gestalten!
Investitionsbank Schleswig-Holstein (IB.SH)

Letztes Update: 18.6.2021

Hier ist der unser Kurzbericht

Gewinnerteams International:

Deutsche Berufsschule Hong Kong
Re-Tax – Together win in the fight of tax evasion!

International School of Geneva
Green Village: a sustainability-based communal residential system

Teilnehmende Teams und ihre Themen (in alphabetischer Reihenfolge):

Deutsche Berufsschule Hong Kong
Tax Compliance – Aufgabe des Staates oder der Moral?
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Gymnasium Hochrad Hamburg
The Globalization of Work: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century
Institut für Weltwirtschaft, Kiel (IfW Kiel)

International School of Geneva
Toward sustainable accommodation and sustainable holiday
RWTH Aachen University

Internatsschule Schloss Hansenberg Geisenheim
Bitcoin, Libra oder digitales Zentralbankgeld – Welche Strategie soll Deutschland verfolgen?
Bucerius Law School

Ritzefeld-Gymnasium Stolberg
Toward sustainable accommodation and sustainable holiday
RWTH Aachen University

Robert Bosch College Freiburg
Generation Greta – Ökologie plus Ökonomie? Wie begeistern wir Jugendliche für das Thema Wirtschaft?
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Rudolph-Brandes-Gymnasium Bad Salzuflen
Gemeinsam sind wir stark? Verhaltensökonomische Erkenntnisse bei der Bewältigung von Kooperationsproblemen nutzen
Exzellenzcluster ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy (EXC 2126)

Letztes Update: 25.6.2021

Unseren Kurzbericht finden Sie hier.

Gewinnerteams West:

BBS Burgdorf
Conspirex / A Free-will based device that protects you and your family from conspiracy theories.

Max-Planck-Gymnasium Gelsenkirchen
Make Your Job KINTeresting / An app providing jobs while acknowledging the difficulties of having a family.

Teilnehmende Teams und ihre Themen (in alphabetischer Reihenfolge):

BBS Burgdorf
Die Ökonomie von Fake News: Freie Meinung, falscher Glaube und Zensur?
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Burg-Gymnasium aus Bad Bentheim
Das dunkle Geheimnis der Schokolade – Wie können wir einen nachhaltigen Kakaoanbau unterstützen?
RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Freie Waldorfschule Sankt Augustin
Rassismus und Diskriminierung: Lösungsansätze für eine gesellschaftliche Aufgabe
Exzellenzcluster ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy (EXC 2126)

Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gymnasium, Team 1
Dabeisein! Aber wie? Wie kann soziale Teilhabe gelingen?
Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gymnasium, Team 2
Pflege 2030: – Wie kann dem Nachwuchsmangel in Pflegeberufen begegnet werden?
WZB Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung

Gymnasium an der Gartenstraße Mönchengladbach
Shopping for the Future – wie kann unser Konsumverhalten nachhaltiger werden?
RWTH Aachen University

Gymnasium Köln-Pesch
Anstupser in eine grüne Zukunft: Wie „Nudges“ uns zu nachhaltigem Verhalten bewegen können
iwp Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik an der Universität zu Köln

Konrad-Klepping-Berufskolleg
Anstupser in eine grüne Zukunft: Wie „Nudges“ uns zu nachhaltigem Verhalten bewegen können
iwp Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik an der Universität zu Köln

Max-Planck-Gymnasium Gelsenkirchen
Karriereplanung und Geburtenlücke: Wie können Studium, Beruf und Familie in besseren Einklang gebracht werden?
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) & RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Ratsgymnasium Peine
Geschlechterstrukturen in Zeiten von Krisen – Wie kann Gleichberechtigung auch in Ausnahmesituationen vorangetrieben werden?
RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Städtische Gesamtschule Iserlohn
Die Ökonomie von Fake News: Freie Meinung, falscher Glaube und Zensur?
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Letztes Update: 6.7.2021

Hier geht es zum Kurzbericht.

Gewinnerteams Süd-West:

Albertus-Magnus-Gymnasium Stuttgart
TranSpider

Raiffeisen-Campus Dernbach
Mach dich Richappy! / Mit dem hybriden Gesellschaftsspiel Richappy können Jugendliche spielerisch Finanzbildung erlernen.

Gewinnerteam Süd-Ost:

Annette-Kolb-Gymnasium
Get ToGether to get better!

Teilnehmende Teams und ihre Themen (in alphabetischer Reihenfolge):

Albert-Einstein-Gymnasium Frankenthal
Neue Herausforderungen durch Corona und Lockdown: Wie gelingt die Integration von Geflüchteten?
von Katia Gallegos Torres und Paul Berbée, ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Albertus-Magnus-Gymnasium Stuttgart
Mobilität im ländlichen Raum – wie kann Elektromobilität dort funktionieren?
von Stephan Wilhelm, Hendrik von Linde und Carolina Sachs, Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO

Annette Kolb Gymnasium Traunstein
Neu im Land – wie können Geflüchtete auf das deutsche Finanzsystem vorbereitet werden?
von Clara Albrecht, Yvonne Giesing, Sarah Reiter und Tanja Stitteneder, ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München

Berufliches Schulzentrum Leonberg Leonberg
Gründerzeit, now! Durch innovative Gründungen zur “Green Economy”
von Hannes Marks, Marius Berger und Julian Dörr, ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Don-Bosco-Gymnasium Essen
Gesellschaft, in der Wert und Arbeit entkoppelt sind – Wie leben wir wenn sich durch die Digitalisierung der Arbeitsmarkt verändert?
von Susann Fiedler, Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern

Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium Stuttgart, Team 1
Schwarzarbeit in privaten Haushalten: Wie können Arbeitnehmer und -geber zu mehr Ehrlichkeit gebracht werden?
von Sarah Necker und Ekkehard Köhler, Walter Eucken Institut & ZÖBiS

Geschwister-Scholl-Gymnasium Stuttgart, Team 2
Können Kapitalisten die Welt besser machen? Nachhaltige Herausforderungen für Finanzmärkte
von Oliver Schenker und Menglu Neupert-Zhuang, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Goethe-Gymnasium Emmendingen
Young people are not interested in finance-related topics. How could this be changed?
von Eveline Wuttke, Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

Gymnasium Philippinum Weilburg
Mobilität im ländlichen Raum – wie kann Elektromobilität dort funktionieren?
von Stephan Wilhelm, Hendrik von Linde und Carolina Sachs, Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO

Heimschule Kloster Wald
Der Europäische Green Deal: Verteilungseffekte und wie sie in der Praxis abgemildert werden können
von Valeriya Azarova, Julius Berger und Waldemar Marz, ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München

Hildegardis-Gymnasium Kempten
Digitales Lernen in der Schule – Was können wir aus Corona-Zeiten über die Chancen von Online-Angeboten lernen?
von Lavinia Kinne und Daniel Stöhlker, ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München

IB Berufliche Schulen Asperg
Is it a man’s world? Frauen und der Kapitalmarkt
von Sabine Bernard, Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

Johann-Philipp-Bronner Schule Wiesloch
„Mein Haus, mein Sparbuch, meine Rente“: Was kann man tun, wenn die Zinsen niedrig bleiben?
von Karolin Kirschenmann und Jesper Riedler, ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Karl-Rehbein-Schule Hanau
Können Kapitalisten die Welt besser machen? Nachhaltige Herausforderungen für Finanzmärkte
Oliver Schenker und Menglu Neupert-Zhuang, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Maria-Ward-Gymnasium Augsburg
Optimal income distribution in times of technological change – how to design inclusive labor markets
von Philip Schacht und Myrielle Gonschor, RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Maria-Ward-Schule Aschaffenburg
Is it a man’s world? Frauen und der Kapitalmarkt
von Sabine Bernard, Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

Mons-Tabor-Gymnasium Montabaur
„Mein Haus, mein Sparbuch, meine Rente“: Was kann man tun, wenn die Zinsen niedrig bleiben?
Karolin Kirschenmann und Jesper Riedler, ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Raiffeisen-Campus Dernbach (Ww)
Young people are not interested in finance-related topics. How could this be changed?
von Eveline Wuttke, Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

Robert-Schuman-Gymnasium Cham, Team 10a
The BMI Is Too High. How To Promote A Healthier Nutrition At School?
von Alexander Danzer und Helen Zeidler, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Robert-Schuman-Gymnasium Cham, Team 10b
Tablet statt Tafel? Sinnvolle Digitalisierung an deutschen Schulen vorantreiben
Simon Wiederhold und Frau Katharina Hartinger, Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Staatliche Fachoberschule Holzkirchen
Wie kann eine staatliche Grundsicherung aussehen?
von Martin Dietz und Monika Senghaas, Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Thüringisches Rhön-Gymnasium Kaltensundheim
Wie kann eine staatliche Grundsicherung aussehen?
von Martin Dietz und Monika Senghaas, Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Werdenfels-Gymnasium Garmisch-Partenkirchen
My Job for Future – Welche Rolle spielen Umwelt- und Klimaschutz bei der Berufswahl?
von Markus Janser und Florian Lehmer, Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Themenübersicht

Mehr als 80 Forschende aus 25 Instituten haben eine Vielzahl spannender Themen eingereicht. Mit einem Klick auf den Titel des Themas gelangen Sie zu einer genaueren Beschreibung.
Stand: 23.10.2020

Dabeisein! Aber wie? Wie kann soziale Teilhabe gelingen?
Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Der Europäische Green Deal: Verteilungseffekte und wie sie in der Praxis abgemildert werden können
ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München

Digitales Lernen in der Schule – Was können wir aus Corona-Zeiten über die Chancen von Online-Angeboten lernen?
ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München

My Job for Future – Welche Rolle spielen Umwelt- und Klimaschutz bei der Berufswahl?
Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Neu im Land – wie können Geflüchtete auf das deutsche Finanzsystem vorbereitet werden?
ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München

Tablet statt Tafel? Sinnvolle Digitalisierung an deutschen Schulen vorantreiben
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Tax Compliance – Aufgabe des Staates oder der Moral?
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

The BMI Is Too High. How To Promote A Healthier Nutrition At School?
Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Wie kann eine staatliche Grundsicherung aussehen?
Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB)

Arbeiten bei Hartz IV – lohnt sich das?
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Generation Greta – Ökologie plus Ökonomie? Wie begeistern wir Jugendliche für das Thema Wirtschaft?
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Gründerzeit, now! Durch innovative Gründungen zur „Green Economy“
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Is it a man’s world? Frauen und der Kapitalmarkt
Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

Können Kapitalisten die Welt besser machen? Nachhaltige Herausforderungen für Finanzmärkte
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Kurzsichtiges Management – Warum sind Unternehmensführungen besessen von Quartalsergebnissen und was sollte dagegen getan werden?
Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

„Mein Haus, mein Sparbuch, meine Rente“: Was kann man tun, wenn die Zinsen niedrig bleiben?
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

Mobilität im ländlichen Raum – wie kann Elektromobilität dort funktionieren?
Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO

Schwarzarbeit in privaten Haushalten: Wie können Arbeitnehmer und -geber zu mehr Ehrlichkeit gebracht werden?
Walter Eucken Institut & ZÖBIS

Young people are not interested in finance-related topics. How could this be changed?
Leibniz-Institut für Finanzmarktforschung SAFE

Neue Herausforderungen durch Corona und Lockdown: Wie gelingt die Integration von Geflüchteten?
ZEW – Leibniz-Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung

#GrünstattBraun-Wie kann man Ängsten der Gesellschaft begegnen & Akzeptanz schaffen für Geothermie?
RWTH Aachen University

Anstupser in eine grüne Zukunft: Wie „Nudges“ uns zu nachhaltigem Verhalten bewegen können
iwp Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik an der Universität zu Köln

Das dunkle Geheimnis der Schokolade – Wie können wir einen nachhaltigen Kakaoanbau unterstützen?
RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Die Ökonomie von Fake News: Freie Meinung, falscher Glaube und Zensur?
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)

Gemeinsam sind wir stark? Verhaltensökonomische Erkenntnisse bei der Bewältigung von Kooperationsproblemen nutzen
Exzellenzcluster ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy (EXC 2126)

Geschlechterstrukturen in Zeiten von Krisen – Wie kann Gleichberechtigung auch in Ausnahmesituationen vorangetrieben werden?
RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Gesellschaft, in der Wert und Arbeit entkoppelt sind – Wie leben wir wenn sich durch die Digitalisierung der Arbeitsmarkt verändert?
Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern

Karriereplanung und Geburtenlücke: Wie können Studium, Beruf und Familie in besseren Einklang gebracht werden?
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE) & RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Optimal income distribution in times of technological change – how to design inclusive labor markets
RWI – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung

Rassismus und Diskriminierung: Lösungsansätze für eine gesellschaftliche Aufgabe
Exzellenzcluster ECONtribute: Markets & Public Policy (EXC 2126)

Schwarzarbeit in privaten Haushalten: Wie können Arbeitnehmer und -geber zu mehr Ehrlichkeit gebracht werden?
ZÖBIS & Walter Eucken Institut

Shopping for the Future – wie kann unser Konsumverhalten nachhaltiger werden?
RWTH Aachen University

Toward sustainable accommodation and sustainable holiday
RWTH Aachen University

Was begünstigt Preisabsprachen zwischen Unternehmen? Ein ökonomisches Experiment
Düsseldorf Institute for Competition Economics (DICE)