Within the Department of Business Administration and Economics, the following courses are regularly offered by us:

  • Angewandte Statistik (310060 – student feedback)
  • Statistik I (310014)
  • Statistik II (310051 – student feedback)
  • Grundlagen der Statistik (316101 – student feedback)
  • Übung zu Grundlagen der Statistik (316102 – student feedback)
  • Multivariate Methods (310405 – student feedback)
  • Practicals for Multivariate Methods (310406)
  • Hidden Markov Models (312512 – student feedback)
  • Practicals for Hidden Markov Models (312513)
  • Generalized Linear Models (312503 – student feedback)
  • Masterkolloquium (312911)
  • Bachelorkolloquium (310733)
  • Reading Course (314004)
  • Statistical Consulting (314000)

Follow the links below to see which courses are currently offered by members of the statistics and data analysis group:



New paper (on HMMs)

Paper accepted at METRON on flexible estimation on HMMs for count data.

New paper (on (H)HMMs)

Paper accepted at Methods in Ecology and Evolution on hierarchical HMMs for multi-scale behavioural data.

New paper (on seals)

Paper accepted at Scientific Reports on interactions between grey seals and fishing vessels.

New paper (on match fixing)

Paper accepted at Statistical Modelling on match-fixing warning systems in football.

New paper (on sports betting)

Paper accepted at the Journal of Sports Economics on the drivers of betting volumes in the English Premier League.

New member of the group

Sina Mews has joined the group as a PhD student.

New paper (on sharks)

Paper accepted at Movement Ecology on foraging strategies of reef sharks.

New paper (on HMMs)

Paper accepted at Statistica Neerlandica on nonparametric inference in HMM-type models.


Roland is a PI within a new "Sonderforschungsbereich".

Karl Peter Grotemeyer Prize

Roland will be awarded the Karl Peter Grotemeyer Prize.