Professors & Chairs
At present, the EBS Real Estate Management Institute (REMI) comprises four endowed chairs (Aareal Endowed Chair Real Estate Investment & Finance. Endowed Chair of Real Estate Management, Chair of Asset Management, Chair of Business Taxation and International Tax Law) as well as seven professorships (Real Estate Law, Real Estate Tax, Real Estate Econometrics, Real Estate Capital Markets, Securitized Real Estate Products, Real Estate Banking & Finance, Sustainable Logistics & Supply Chain Management).
The EBS REMI is led by a Managing Board consisting of an Executive Director and Academic Director, a Director for International Relations, and a Research Director for the coordination of the ongoing research efforts. The structure reflects EBS’s four central fields of activity – university education, research, scientific consultation and executive education – at institute level, and form the basis for further growth.
Professor Mutl is the Head of the Institute and Academic Director of the EBS REMI Managing Board. In this position, he is responsible for the overall strategic orientation of EBS REMI and for representing the Institute within the university and to the public.
Professor Dr Joachim Zietz was appointed to the newly created position of Research Advisor. Professor Zietz researches and teaches in the fields of Economics and Econometrics at Middle State University in Tennessee, USA, and has produced numerous publications in the real estate area. He has been adjunct professor for Real Estate Econometrics at EBS Business School since 2009. In his new capacity, one of his tasks will be to coordinate the research activities of doctoral candidates at EBS REMI.
Professor John L. Glascock, PhD FRICS, an internationally renowned real estate scientist, was attracted to the newly created position of Director of International Relations at EBS REMI Managing Board. Glascock devised the real estate programmes atCambridgeUniversity and the National University of Singapore, and is currently Head of Department of Real Estate at University of Cincinnati, USA. The responsibilities he assumes in his new position include advising the Managing Board on matters concerning international programmes and research, and selecting suitable international university partnerships.
The EBS REMI, as endowed part of the EBS, is advised by a board of trustees that is comprised by the representatives of the particular sponsor company. Chairman is Dr Wolf Schumacher, CEO of Aareal Bank AG in Wiesbaden, Deputy-Chairman is Martin Schramm, Managing Director, Generali Deutschland Immobilien GmbH.
The EBS REMI is one of the largest parts of EBS Business School faculty. In order to comply with the Real Estate industry’s requirements throughout the next years, an extension of the Real Estate Management Institute by eight further professorships on the named special topics is planned.