List of University of St. Gallen people

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The list of University of St. Gallen people includes notable students, graduates, professors, and administrators affiliated with the University of St. Gallen.

Notable alumni[edit]

Business[edit]

Name Degree/Year Comments Reference
Paul Achleitner Dr. oec. 1985 Board Member, Allianz SE, 2000–2012; Chairman, Deutsche Bank [1]
Josef Ackermann Dr. oec. 1977 CEO, Deutsche Bank, 2002–2012 [2]
Martin Blessing 1987 CEO, Commerzbank [3]
Rolf Dobelli Dr. 1995 Co-founder and Chairman, getAbstract [4]
Peter Fankhauser Dr. 1989 CEO, Thomas Cook Group, 2014– [5]
Karl-Erivan Haub Lic. oec. 1983 CEO, Tengelmann Group [6]
Nick Hayek, Jr. CEO, Swatch Group [7]
Thomas Hesse Dr. Board Member, Bertelsmann [8]
Konrad Hilbers Dr. oec. CEO, Napster, 2001–2002; CEO, Primondo, 2007–2008 [9]
Georges Kern Unknown CEO, IWC [10]
Walter Kielholz Lic. oec. 1976 CEO, Swiss Re, 1997–2002; Supervisory Board Member, Credit Suisse [11]
Ulrich Körner Lic. oec. 1988, Dr. 1993 COO, UBS [12]
Adrian Künzi Dr. oec. CEO, Notenstein Privatbank, 2012– [13]
Magdalena Martullo-Blocher Lic. oec. CEO, Ems-Chemie [14]
Fredmund Malik Dr. 1974 Founder and Chairman, Malik Management Zentrum St. Gallen [15]
Julius Meinl V Unknown Chairman, Meinl Bank [16][17]
Markus Miele Dr. Managing Director, Miele [18]
Daniel Nordmann E.M.B.A. CEO, SBB Cargo, 2000–2007 [19]
Georg Schaeffler Lic. oec. 1990 Owner, Schaeffler Group (together with Maria-Elisabeth Schaeffler) [20]
Peer M. Schatz M.A. 1989 CEO, Qiagen [21]
Roger Schawinski Dr. oec. CEO, Sat. 1, 2003–2006 [22]
Ulf Mark Schneider Lic. oec. 1988, Dr. 1992 CEO, Fresenius SE [23][24]
Margret Suckale E.M.B.L. 1977 Board Member, BASF [25]
Alex Widmer Dr. oec. 1985 CEO, Julius Baer Group, 2007–2008 [26]
Kristian Widmer E.M.B.A. CEO, Condor Films [27]
Peter Wuffli 1981, Dr. 1984 CEO, UBS, 2003–2007 [28]

Politics, law and society[edit]

Name Degree/Year Comments Reference
Gerald Asamoah Certificate Ghanaian-born German former footballer [29]
Christoffel Brändli Mag. oec. 1971 Swiss politician and former President of the Swiss Council of States [30]
Rolf Dobelli Dr. oec. 1995 Novelist, bestselling non-fiction author and founder of Zurich.minds [31]
Prince Hans-Adam II Lic. oec. 1969 Prince of Liechtenstein, Sovereign Monarch and Head of State of Liechtenstein [32]
Adrian Hasler Lic. oec. Prime Minister of Liechtenstein, 2013– [33]
Daniel Jositsch Prof. Dr. iur. Daniel Jositsch, law professor and SP politician [34]
Othmar Karas M.B.L. 1997 Austrian politician and Member of the European Parliament [35]
Arnold Koller Lic. oec. 1957 President of the Swiss Confederation, 1990 and 1997 [36]
Elmar Ledergerber Dr. oec. 1979 Mayor of Zurich, 2002–2009 [37]
Urs Lehmann Lic. oec. 2001 Former World Champion alpine skier [38]
Prince Lorenz of Belgium Unknown Member of the Belgian Royal Family [39]
Hans-Rudolf Merz Dr. rer. publ. 1971 Bundesrat, Federal Council of Switzerland, 2003–2010 [40]
Hans A. Pestalozzi Unknown Swiss manager, social critic, and author [41]
Oswald Sigg Unknown Vice-Chancellor of Switzerland and spokesman of the Swiss Federal Council, 2005–2009 [42]
Peter Spuhler Lic. oec. 1986 Swiss politician and member of the Swiss National Council; CEO, Stadler Rail [43]
Klaus Tschütscher Lic. iur. 1993, Dr. iur. 1996 Prime Minister of Liechtenstein, 2009–2013 [44]
Marco Zwyssig Lic. oec. 1997 Former player for the Swiss national football team [45]

Academics[edit]

Name Degree/Year Comments Reference
Lars Feld Dr. oec. 1999 Professor of Economics, University of Freiburg; Member, German Council of Economic Experts [46]
Christopher Kummer lic. oec. HSG 1999 Professor of Finance, Hult International Business School [47]
Erik S. Reinert Economics Professor of Economics, Tallinn University of Technology [48]

Notable faculty (permanent)[edit]

Name Tenure Comments Reference
Carl Baudenbacher 1987–present Professor of Law; President, EFTA Court [49]
Simon Gächter 2000–2005 Professor of Economics; now at University of Nottingham [50]
Peter Glotz 2000–2005 Permanent Guest Professor for Media and Society [51]
Walter Hunziker Unknown Professor of Tourism and co-founder of the Institut International de Glion [52]
Wladimir Klitschko 2016– Lecturer; Ukrainian professional boxer and entrepreneur [53]
Juliane Kokott 1999–2003 Professor of Law; now Advocate General, Court of Justice of the European Union [54]
Wilhelm Krelle 1956–1958 Professor of Economics; later at University of Bonn [55]
Georg von Krogh 1994–2006 Professor of Management; now at ETH Zurich [56]
Miriam Meckel 2005–present Professor for Corporate Communication [57]
Lucia A. Reisch Unknown Guest Lecturer; Professor of Economics, Copenhagen Business School [58]
Ota Šik 1970–1990 Professor of Economics and one of the key figures in the Prague Spring [59]
Frederic Vester 1989-1991 Professor of Applied Economics; member of the Club of Rome [60]

Notable honorary doctorate recipients[edit]

Name Field/Year Comments Reference
Martti Ahtisaari Political Science, 2007 President of Finland, 1994–2000; 2008 Nobel laureate [61]
Joshua Angrist Economics, 2007 Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology [62]
Lans Bovenberg Economics, 2010 Professor of Economics, Tilburg University [62]
John H. Cochrane Economics, 2014 Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business [63]
Robert H. Frank Economics, 2008 Professor of Economics, Cornell University [62]
Gene Grossman Economics, 2009 Professor of Economics, Princeton University [62]
Surin Pitsuwan Political Science, 2011 Secretary-General, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, 2008–2012 [61]
Oliver E. Williamson Economics, 1987 Professor of Economics, UC Berkeley; 2009 Nobel laureate [64]

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