20 January 2016
New doctoral students started
In January five new doctoral students started within the parttime cooperative doctorate programme at CLAUSSEN-SIMON GRADUATE CENTRE AT HSBA.
Photo: Jana Tolle
During the next three years they will conduct their research in different areas:
- Christian Baumann, managing partner at pluss Personnel Management GBMH, will pursue his doctorate in Human Resources in cooperation with Andrássy University Budapest. Baumann will be supervised by HSBA-Professor Dr. Daniela Eisele during his project.
- Susanne Färber, managing director in the family Panopticon Gebr. Faerber GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg, conducts her research in the field of digital marketing and is supported by HSBA-Professor Dr. Dennis Ahrholdt. Färber is our first HSBA doctoral student, who will conduct her doctorate at our new cooperative university, the University of Southern Denmark.
- Hans Jaich, managing partner in the family business im-jaich oHG and Baltic Service GmbH, Kappeln, whose doctorate is related to the area of sustainable management, will be supervised by HSBA-Professor Dr. Sarah Jastram. Cooperative university is the Technical University of Berlin.
- Harm Hauke Ross, vice president and project manager of Origination & Structuring for Maritime Industry at KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH in Frankfurt a. M., whose doctoral research concerns maritime supply chains. He will be supervised by HSBA-Professor Dr. Orestis Schinas during his pursuit. With Ross, we are happy to have our first doctoral student placed at the World Maritime Unviersity, Malmö, also a new addition to our cooperative partners.
- Martin Wendt, HSBA master graduate and group senior risk underwriter at Euler Hermes (Holding Company), conducts a doctorate in family firms and business ethics in cooperation with the Leuphana University of Lüneburg. Wendt is supported by HSBA Professor Dr. habil Stefan Prigge.
We are happy to welcome our two new partners - World Maritime University (WMU), Malmo and the University of Southern Denmark (USD) – to our doctoral programme.
A warm welcome to all and good luck!