Alexander Hagelüken

Senior editor economic policy, Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) at Munich Business School


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Munich Business School

Alexander Hagelüken studied economics, law and English literature in Munich, and worked as a freelance journalist for several years, amongst others for Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), Die Zeit and Stern. He has been working for Süddeutsche Zeitung since 1995, currently as senior editor for economic policy. In addition, Alexander Hagelüken is a successful book author and has received several awards for his journalistic work, including the DDV Award for Business Journalists.

Alexander Hagelüken is a lecturer for International Media Management at Munich Business School.

Courses and Focus

At MBS: Lecturer for International Media Management I

Courses: Bachelor International Business



Hagelüken, Alexander (2017): The divided country - how inequality is destroying our society, ISBN: 978-3-426-78895-0

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