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CISE

Welcome to CISE

Centre for International and Spatial Economics.

ABOUT US

Economic and social inequalities between and within continents, states, countries and regions manifest in real income disparities, in the existence and extent of absolute poverty as well as in unequal access to labor markets, education or health care. Such disparities are on the one hand results of economic and governmental action, but at the same time also set the framework for production, investment, consumption and trade as well as for economic policy.
The Centre for International and Spatial Economics (CISE) investigates in research and teaching how these inequalities arise, under which circumstances they become entrenched and whether and how they can be countered with economic policy measures.

Our working areas

The working areas of the CISE are defined by the following topics:

01

International Trade

02

Growth, trade and poverty reduction in developing and emerging countries

03

Governmental infrastructure investments and regional development

04

Determinants and effects of regional and international migration

05

Food security and safety in the context of absolute poverty

06

Corporate behavior in global markets and multinational companies

Interested in working at CISE?

See our current job postings.

Further thematic fields of competence

FAACT

Finance, Accounting, Auditing, Controlling, Taxation

SMD

Sales Management Department

CEIT

Centre for Entrepreneur­ship, Innovation and Transformation

CURE

Centre for Environmental Change, Resources and Energy