• I. Historic roots and current status of German Betriebswirtschaftslehre
  • II. Higher education institutions in the German academicMarketplace
  • 1. University-level institutions in private ownership
  • 2. University-level institutions in state ownership
  • 3. Universities of Applied Sciences in state ownership
  • 4. Universities of Applied Sciences in private ownership
  • III. Higher-education programs offered in the German marketplace
  • 1. The Diplom program in Betriebswirtschaftslehre
  • 2. Bachelor and Master programs in Betriebswirtschaftslehre
  • 3. Doctoral programs in Betriebswirtschaftslehre
  • IV. Career steps in the German academic marketplace
  • 1. The Doctorate as a first step into the academic or businesscommunity
  • 2. The Habilitation as the traditional qualification step fora tenured professorship
  • 3. Junior Professorships as a recent alternative step towardsa tenured professorship
  • 4. Tenured Professorships and the German chair regime
  • V. Demand for German Betriebswirtschaftslehre
  • 1. The demand for educational programs
  • 2. Sources of revenue and the distribution of third partyresearch funding
  • 3. The impact of regulatory bodies
  • 4. Third party research funding and publication intensity
  • VI. Outlook for the Future of German Betriebswirtschaftslehre