Doctoral studies

country
city
subject area
language
university type
university status
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Friedrichshafen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Aachen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Augsburg, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Berlin, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Cologne (Köln), Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Konstanz, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Mannheim, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Vallendar, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Bielefeld, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Dortmund, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Leipzig, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Bremen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Aachen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Erlangen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Wuppertal, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Berlin, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Bochum, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Bayreuth, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Potsdam, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Flensburg, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Saarbrücken, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Freiberg, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Lüneburg, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Göttingen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Ilmenau, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Berlin, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Stuttgart, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Kassel, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Giessen, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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Weingarten, Germany
subject area: economy and administration
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