Fabian Eble was born in Baden-Baden, Germany. In 2015, he received his Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Mannheim. During his undergraduate studies, Fabian spent a semester abroad at the Universidad Carlos III, Madrid. Subsequently, he received his Master's degree in Economics with a focus on Financial Economics, Behavioural Economics and Public Economics from the University of Mannheim. Further, he gained experience as a research assistant at the chair of ABWL, Taxation & Finance at the University of Mannheim, where he worked on topics covering taxation of the financial sector, international taxation and behavioural responses to taxation. In his master’s thesis, he focused on the effect of the real estate transaction tax on the German property market. In September 2019, Fabian joined the Taxation track of the Centre of Doctoral Studies in Business.
Taxation of the financial sector
Behavioural responses to taxation
Why I chose the University of Mannheim and in particular the GESS
I decided for the PhD program at the GESS because it equips me with the necessary skills to conduct independent research. Moreover, the possible choice from plenty of courses to focus on one’s own interest makes this program attractive to me. Besides, the conditions for studying, the exchange with fellow students or the close contact with researchers, create a prolific research environment. The positive experience during my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, where I benefited from the high quality of teaching at the University of Mannheim, convinced me to participate in the PhD program of the GESS.