The institutes are linked to the HSG financially, conceptually and in terms of personnel. The responsible directors are faculty members. Nevertheless, the institutes function as mainly autonomous and entrepreneurially managed units. They are particularly active in the areas of research, executive education and services and advise companies and government agencies.
The HSG institutes perform a large part of the junior research work. They train institute employees at the interface between science and practice. The emergence of spin-off companies from our environment is thus specifically promoted.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Statistics is responsible for teaching mathematical and statistical methods at all levels of the HSG. In addition, the department is involved in quantitatively oriented research in various areas of economics.
The HSG Centers are cooperations of institutes and research units of the HSG. The aim is to collaborate on specific, important topics across institutes. HSG Centers are virtual centers that are not to be confused with competence centers within institutes. The new centers exist since 2006.
|CSI-HSG||Competence Center for Social Innovation|
|GCE-HSG||Center for Governance and Culture in Europe|
|GCIE-HSG||Global Center for International Economics|
|CEEP||Center for Environmental Economics and Policy (Platform)|