About Prof. Dr. Eva Stumpfegger
Prof. Dr. Eva Stumpfegger holds a degree in business administration from Passau University and a DBA from University of Gloucestershire. She is an experienced professional in brokerage, asset management, banking, insurance, and consulting. Prof. Dr. Eva Stumpfegger has been teaching at MBS since 2007; since 2017, she has been a Professor for Finance.

Inflation – a Cause for Concern?

October 27, 2021

In this series, MBS professors deal with current political and social issues by critically questioning them and analyzing them with scientific arguments. The purpose is to promote a critical discourse both in society and at […]

How Interest Rates Influence Real Estate Prices

October 30, 2020

Despite the corona pandemic, the real estate market in Germany is still booming, with prices rising by 2.0% quarter-on-quarter in the 2nd quarter alone (for details see here). This continues the trend of rising real […]

Trustworthiness of Research

November 7, 2017

„A man is more likely to believe something if he would like it to be true.“ — Francis Bacon Quantitative and qualitative research is based on different research paradigms that reflect the researcher’s scientific worldview. […]

Qualitative Versus Quantitative Research

October 30, 2017

When reading academic texts, it is helpful to understand the underlying paradigms and research philosophy the author uses in order to fully appreciate the contents. An understanding of academic worldviews is crucial when assessing or […]