TĂ©lĂ©charger : Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Stefan Stoeckl is an Associate Professor of Accounting and Finance at ICN Business School since April 2014.
After training as a qualified bank official and studying Business Administration majoring Finance and Banking, Audit and Controlling as well as Economics of the Health System at the University of Augsburg/Germany from 2002 to 2006 he was awarded a doctorate (Dr. rer. pol.) by Prof. Dr. Manfred Steiner at the University of Augsburg in 2009 (mark "summa cum laude"). After that, he worked as an Assistant Professor at the FIM Research Center at the University of Augsburg from 04/2010 to 09/2012.
Moreover, he represented both the chair of Corporate Finance and the chair of Finance at the University of Konstanz as a Stand-in Professor from 10/2012 to 03/2014. Furthermore, he successfully completed a visiting scholarship at the Erasmus School of Law (Erasmus University Rotterdam).
Moreover, Stefan Stoeckl has/had diverse teaching assignments (e.g. for the Universities of Augsburg and Konstanz, the German University in Cairo â€“ GUC and the Hochschule Fresenius â€“ University of Applied Sciences). Amongst others, he gives/gave lectures entitled Advanced Corporate Finance, Investment Analysis, Managerial Finance, Principles of Economics and Stochastics. Moreover, he is working on a sideline basis for the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT in Sankt Augustin/Germany and carried out applied research projects especially dealing with the topic economic valuation of properties.
His research and teaching interest include the main topics Accounting and Finance, especially Corporate Finance, Capital Markets, International Finance, Management and Financial Accounting as well as Accounting Standards (IFRS, US-GAAP). Moreover, there is a cooperation with the research group of Prof. Dr. Andreas Rathgeber, which is located at the Institute of Materials Resource Management (MRM) at the University of Augsburg.
Amongst other things, the cooperation includes common research and joint supervision of bachelor/master theses