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Economics educator

Guido Hermann Eilenberger, German economics educator. Chairman Erwin Von Kreibig Foundation, Duratorium Deutsches Museum; Member European Finance Association, Association of Banking and Finance, Peutinger College, European Association University Teachers of Banking and Finance, Frankfurter Finanz forum e.v., Schmalenbach-gesellschaft, Financial Management Association International, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Finanz-Wirtschaft.

Background

Eilenberger, Guido Hermann was born on February 13, 1940 in Kitzbühel, Austria. Arrived in Germany, 1963. Son of Christoph and Elizabeth (Gregorz) Eilenberger.

Education

Economics diploma, University Munich, Germany, 1968. Dr of Political Science, University Munich, Germany, 1974.

Career

Assistant scientist University Munich, 1972-1976, akadenischerrat, 1976-1980, akademik director, 1980-1990. Professor Catholic University, Eichstàtt, Germany, 1990-1992, University Rostock, Germany, since 1993, dean faculty economic and social affairs Germany, 1998—2000. Director Institute für Bankrecht und Bankwirtschaft an der University Rostook, chairman Zentrum für Angewandte Bank und Finanz Marktforschung.

Director Institute Betriebswirtschaft University Rostock. Visiting professor Technology Union Chemistry, University Rostock, Germany, 1992-1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (books) Rechnungswesen, 7th edition, 1995, Bankbetriebslehre, 7th edition, 1997, Finanzwirtschaft, 7th edition, 2003, Wahrunsmanagement, 3d edition, 1990, Finanz Innovationen, 3d edition, 1996.

Membership

Chairman Erwin Von Kreibig Foundation, Duratorium Deutsches Museum. Member European Finance Association, Association of Banking and Finance, Peutinger College, European Association University Teachers of Banking and Finance, Frankfurter Finanz forum e.v., Schmalenbach-gesellschaft, Financial Management Association International, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Finanz-Wirtschaft.

Connections

father:
Christoph Eilenberger

mother:
Elizabeth (Gregorz) Eilenberger