Raphael Tietmeyer, M.Sc.
Raphael Tietmeyer is a PhD candidate and research associate at the University of Hamburg, who joined the Professorship of Accounting in April 2018. He studied International Business Administration (B.Sc.) at the University of Twente and Global Business and Sustainability (M.Sc.) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. After his studies, Raphael gained experience in operations and organization in a Small Enterprise for sustainable textiles. He was also a visiting researcher at the University College Dublin (Ireland) in October 2019 and coordinates the Bloomberg Terminal at the University of Hamburg and his Professorship is part of the research group on sustainable finance.
Raphael’s primary research interest focuses on the consequences of environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure, performance and risks. He is interested in capital market and real effects, ESG disclosure regulation and changes in ESG disclosure when firms need to refinance.
Raphael has presented his research projects at several conferences and seminars, including the following:
- 2nd Summer School on Sustainable Finance, JRC Community of Practice in Financial Research (EU-wide), Disclosure Research Track, 2020
- 31st Congress on Social and Environmental Accounting Research (St. Andrews, UK): Emerging Scholars Colloquium presentation, 2019
- 23rd Financial Reporting and Business Communication Conference (Reading, UK): PhD stream presentation, 2019
- EDEN Doctoral Seminar on Empirical Financial Accounting Research (Lisbon, Portugal): participant, 2018
His teaching areas are in line with his research interests, in courses such as Business Valuation with consideration of non-financial aspects, Introduction to Sustainability Accounting, Cost Accounting, Controlling and Interdisciplinary Introduction to Research Methods.