Prof. Dr. Stefan Hirsch joins TUM School of Management

On April 1, 2018, Prof. Dr. Stefan Hirsch will join the TUM School of Management as a Tenure Track Assistant Professor. Prof. Hirsch conducts research in the fields of agricultural and food business economics.

Since 2016, Stefan Hirsch is a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich where he conducted research in the areas agriculture and food economics, production economics, and consumer research. Prior to that, he did his doctorate and was a research fellow at the University of Bonn. During this time, he was also a visiting research fellow at Arizona State University and the University of Connecticut.

At the Technical University of Munich, promising young scientist from around the world have the possibility to take part in the TUM Faculty Tenure Track. High­ly qual­i­fied can­di­dates are appointed as as­sis­tant pro­fes­sors with pro­spects for per­form­ance-based ad­vanc­e­ment to a permanent profes­sor­ship. With fur­ther re­search a­chieve­ments at the high­est in­ter­nat­io­nal level, this path can lead to pro­mo­tion to a chair po­sition.


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