Decker's teaching and research interests include global corporate strategies, governance systems, business organizations, comparative political economy, Western Europe, and the European Union.
He was the vice chair of the Siemens Corporation-USA (1991–93) and president (1971–90). Prior to that, he served at Central Finance Division (1970) and at the Legal Department (1958–69) of Siemens Corporation. He currently serves on the board of governors of the New School University and on the board of International House in New York and the European Institute in Washington, D.C.
Professor Decker received his first law degree from University of Heidelberg (1953), German Bar Exam (1957), and Doctorate of Law (1958).
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