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Martin Chojnicki PhD in understanding the effective operating principles of corporate information markets. 2012

Manager of Risk Assessment & Mapping at EADS Insurance Risk Management and Part-time PhD Student

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I decided to undertake my PhD in the Centre for Risk Research because it offers the possibility of pursuing a research degree on a part-time basis and because of the international reputation of its academics. I particularly enjoy the Centre’s interdisciplinary approach to the analysis of risk and the inspiration I can glean from this in developing advanced knowledge and analytical skills that are needed in business

I received my BSc in Economics from the University of Munich, Germany, and an MSc in Risk Management from the University of Southampton, UK.

In 2012, I have rejoined the University of Southampton Management School to pursue a PhD on a part-time basis. I am presently working in the insurance risk management department of a large aerospace organisation in Germany.

My current research activities involve developing an understanding of the essential factors that affect the operating principles of effective corporate information markets. The size, scope, and knowledge barriers in these are very different from public markets. The aim is to produce recommendations for future use of information markets to help improve decision making in the business sector.

My PhD supervisors are Professor Johnnie Johnson and Professor Ming-Chien Sung.

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