The Chair of Banking and Behavioral Finance (Prof. Dr. Markus Nöth) sets the research focus on individual behavior in financial decisions and their impact at the market level. Practical and fundamental research questions are researched, inter alia, by laboratory and field experiments. Further information about the research of Prof. Nöth can be found in the section Research.
The chair's teaching activity focuses on theoretical and practice-based questions of banking and bank regulation (Why do banks and deposit insurances exist? What should a loan agreement look like?), e.g., in Banking. The curriculum is supplemented by the lectures Private Banking, Behavioral Finance, and Consumer Finance. In addition, the chair participates with the lecture Entrepreneurship & Digital Transformation in the basic bachelor education. Comprehensive information about the chair's lectures can be found in the section Teaching.