Dr. Ann Tank, Department of Management Accounting and Control

February 16, 2018

Introducing: Female researchers at the University of Stuttgart

Dr. rer. pol. Ann Tank researches the influential factors and effects of neuronal processes in economic decision-making.

Dr. Ann Tank’s habilitation project focuses on the neuronal basis of corporate economic decision-making. Her aim is to understand the causes of cognitive overload or information overload and to derive recommendations for how these might be avoided. Using cognitive systems to supporting corporate decision-makers plays a decisive role in this.

Personal information:
Ann Tank completed her Diploma in Technically-Oriented Business Administration (Dipl.-Kffr. techn.) at the University of Stuttgart in 2011. In the same year, she also began working as a research scientist at the Department of Management Accounting and Control at the University of Stuttgart, where she successfully completed her dissertation in 2016 with "summa cum laude". She has since worked for the department as a postdoctoral research fellow and also founded NeconLabs - Neuroeconomic Services (TGU TTI GmbH).

About the series “Female Researchers at the University of Stuttgart”
This series was created by the Gender Equality Unit at the University of Stuttgart.