Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zirus
About Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zirus
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zirus studied Business Adminstration at Regensburg and subsequently worked for Dresdner Bank in the credit auditing department for several years. He eventually started as a freelance lecturer for Munich Business School amongst others before becominig a regular MBS lecturer. He did his doctor’s degree at LMU Munich focusing on problem-oriented learn ing environments.Today, Prof. Dr. Zirus is module leader and lecturer for financial subjects at MBS and alongside works as a freelance lecturer.

Why Invest Money − and If So, in What?

March 27, 2018

Part 1: Thoughts about Investing Money in Times of Zero Interest Rates 51 % of Germans save and feel happier than non-savers, because saving creates security and opens up room for maneuver. This is what […]

Academic Writing (Part 4): Plagiarism

October 4, 2017

Part 1: What is the truth? Part 2: Research Part 3: Scientific Language The work of a “plagiarius” (Latin for “seller of souls”) – a plagiarism – inevitably results in a grade of 5.0, and […]

Academic Writing (Part 3): Scientific Language

May 31, 2017

Academic Writing (Part 1): What Is the Truth? Academic Writing (Part 2): Research  “[Traditional company budgeting] encourages management to lie and deceive […].”[1] Such a sentence is a strong statement making drastic allegations and is […]

Academic Writing (Part 2): Research

January 23, 2017

Is academic writing only something for (future) scientists and researchers? Our thoughts on truth (see Academic Writing (Part 1)) have already made it clear: Dealing with academic writing and its methods is of invaluable benefit […]

Academic Writing (Part 1): What is the Truth?

September 5, 2016

None of us would call oneself a liar. We claim to be telling the truth. But do we really know this truth? We all have vested interests, perspectives and values which coin our very own […]

TTIP – a Fact-Based Analysis

April 15, 2016

MBS hosted the post-graduate workshop titled “Europe and the world” within the DBA program. Pressing issues around the European Union were the subjects of a scientific, profoundly fact-based examination of imminent challenges. One of the […]

The Consequences of a German Leadership Role Within the EU

April 1, 2016

MBS hosted the post-graduate workshop titled “Europe and the world” within the DBA program. Pressing issues around the European Union were the subjects of a scientific, profoundly fact-based examination of imminent challenges. One of the […]