Arbeitsbereich: Business Administration

Prof. Dr. Stefan Süß

12. March 2018

Prof. Dr. Stefan Süß has held the Chair of Business Administration, in particular Organization and Human Resources, since 2010. Since January 2015, he has been Vice Rector for Academic Quality and Human Resource Management at HHU-Düsseldorf. Furthermore, he is speaker of the Manchot Graduate School “Competitiveness of Young Enterprises”. His research interests are in the field of organizational theory, human resource management, new employment relationships, empirical human resource and organizational research, and higher education management.

In the context of DIID, he is interested in changes in democratic voting processes through online participation in companies and other organizations.

Dr. Peter Kotzian

10. March 2018

Peter Kotzian has been an academic councilor at the Chair of Business Administration, in particular Accounting, since 2014. Previously, he studied social sciences at the University of Mannheim, where he received his doctorate in political science. After a research stay at the London School of Economics, he habilitated in political science at the Technical University of Darmstadt. His research interests in business administration lie in experimental behavioral research, but also include topics of institutional comparison and the democratization of international governance through the involvement of civil society actors.

Within the DIID, research projects on the impact of digitalization on individual and collective decision-making processes in companies are in preparation, in particular on the use of business analytics and its impact on decision bias.

Prof. Dr. Barbara E. Weißenberger

9. March 2018

Prof. Dr. Barbara E. Weißenberger has held the Chair of Business Administration, in particular Accounting, at HHU-Düsseldorf since 2014 and is also Affiliate Professor of Accounting at Bucerius Law School, Hamburg. Her research focuses, among other things, on decision-making processes in accounting, including in the context of corporate management and controlling, but also against the background of embedding in compliance and sustainability.

In the context of DIID, she is particularly interested in the question of what impact the digital transformation has on decision-making and enforcement as well as intra-company cooperation processes.