International Management

Welcome to the Department of International Management!

We take the responsibility for the education of all MU students in the areas of accounting and finance and develop the module International Business in the BSc in International Management.

The Department of International Management undertakes interdisciplinary research in the areas of finance, asset pricing, and sustainable investments, and develops models to link individual rational decisions and frictions inherent in certain markets.

Educational Goals

The Bachelor of Science in International Management is designed to develop students' academic, professional, and personal skills and to prepare them for leadership positions.

The program is set up to give students an excellent academic and practical education in international business that endows them with the skills to meet the needs of global business and managerial decision-making in the context of different cultural requirements. 

The broad and general approach to management qualifies graduates for a variety of positions in the areas of:

  • Consulting
  • Marketing
  • Financial management
  • Human resources management

Research Focus

The Department of International Management conducts cross-disciplinary research on managerial, financial and regulatory questions.

Main Research Topics

  • Social Investments
  • Impact Investment
  • Regulation and competition economics
  • Energy economics
  • Real options
  • Dynamic optimization
  • Applied econometrics
  • Investments in regulated networks