Julius Enzensperger studied business and languages (B.A.) at FSU Jena from 2018 to 2022, having a Spanish language profile.
He wrote his bachelor thesis at the Chair of Strategic and International Management about the topic: The FC Bayern München AG in an balancing act in between national stakeholder interests and international adaptation efforts.
For this he used concepts from stakeholder theory and neo-institutionalism and combined them.
Besides his studies, he assisted in the accounting department of FSU Jena's department 2 and worked in an e-commerce consulting agency.During his bachelor studies he spent one semester as an exchange student at the Universidad Loyola in Córdoba (ES) as part of the ERASMUS program.
Julius Enzensperger has been working as a research assistant and collaborator in the SFB Transregio 294 - Subproject B03 in Mike Geppert's team at FSU since May 2022.
- Actor-centered institutionalism
- Stakeholder theory
- Varieties of capitalism
- Network effects in online two-sided market platforms
- Success factors in the digitized video-on-demand industry