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The research groups in C-SEB
DFG research units
are groups of outstanding researchers that receive personnel and material resources from the German Research Foundation (DFG). The units are aimed at establishing new fields of research and usually funded for a duration of six years. Each group has a defined research topic from which various program modules are derived.
The University of Cologne Forums
are part of the development plan for excellent research which the UoC defined in its Institutional Strategy „The Challenge of Change and Complexity“
. This funding line supports small projects with the main purpose of advancing scientific exchange within the UoC and between its partners. The UoC Forum has a flexible funding structure that makes it easy for scientists to realise innovative projects with new ideas.
DFG Research Unit “Psychoeconomics”
The DFG Research Unit “Psychoeconomics”
brings together researchers from different disciplines to develop an integrative, data-driven understanding of how interacting motives affect human decisions and behavior.
UoC Special Research Unit “Behavioral Management Science”
The Behavioral Management Science Unit
is a network of C-SEB members and other researchers of the Faculty of Management, Economics, and Social Sciences at the UoC that conducts research on management practices by employing methods and models from behavioral economics.
UoC Forum “Managerial Risk Factors in Medicine”
The UoC Forum “Managerial Risk Factors in Medicine” combines medicine with management science and economics as two collateral points of view. The primary objective of the forum is to identify managerial risk factors in medicine that positively influence treatment outcomes.