LBS Students consulting Furtenbach, the European chemical giant

LBS Students consulting Furtenbach, the European chemical giant

Furtenbach is a chemical company and its core business lies in the field of resins and coatings. It is the third largest company in Europe in this industry. Just to provide a snapshot of its relevance, there is at least one element in every vehicle that was...
The product landscape of the 2030 supermarket

The product landscape of the 2030 supermarket

Winkelbauer GmbH, an Austrian medium-size company which specializes in distributing premium international nutrition brands in Austria, requested support of the Lauder Business School to analyze the development of retailable produce in Austria. Winkelbauer GmbH would...
The innovation divide – new cooperative research at LBS

The innovation divide – new cooperative research at LBS

Dr. Christian Reiner, senior researcher at LBS  published an essay on innovation economics on a blog for economic research, called “Ökonomenstimme”. Blogs have become an increasingly popular platform for discussing not only the latest research contributions and policy...
LBS Senior Researcher invited to join economic research group

LBS Senior Researcher invited to join economic research group

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Dr. Christian Reiner, Senior Researcher at LBS, was invited to join a research group on “Oligopoly, Stagnation and Power” at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. The research group consists of...
New Graduate Research Assistant at LBS

New Graduate Research Assistant at LBS

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] We are happy to announce that Clemens Weisgram, Master student of our Banking, Finance and Compliance (BFC) program, was appointed as the new Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) at Lauder Business School. In...
New research projects at LBS

New research projects at LBS

Christian Reiner, Senior Researcher at the Lauder Business School, is participating in two recent contract research projects and has published a new paper.  The first research project, a project with the centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), is financed by the Austrian...


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LBS Introducing Bloomberg Terminals

LBS is proud to announce that students can now access the Bloomberg Terminal/Bloomberg Finance Lab on campus – a tool that is used by leading business and financial professionals worldwide. The Bloomberg Terminal is a software platform that provides real-time and historical data, market moving news and analytics to help leading business and finance professionals worldwide make better informed investment decisions.

How Firms Innovate

Christian Reiner, senior researcher at LBS, published a book chapter on firm innovation together with Katerina Vrtikapa. The paper is a chapter in the book “Umkämpfte Technologien. Arbeit im digitalen Wanel”, edited by the „Beirat für gesellschafts-, wirtschafts- und umweltpolitische Alternativen“ (BEIGEWUM).

Blockchain Education with Insticore & FH Technikum

On October 23, FH Technikum and Insticore announced integration between the two academic environments to streamline a complete blockchain education program in Vienna. The experience and status of FH Technikum as a top-provider of technical education in Austria, and the business and economic background of Insticore, incubated by the Lauder Business School, allows the two to carry out a complete blockchain program for those interested in becoming experts in this new technology.

Companies Going Global

Dr. Christian Reiner, Senior Researcher at LBS, gave a presentation on the internationalization of firms at a seminar for Austrian teachers at secondary schools on 12.October 2018. The seminar was organized by the Institut für Österreichkunde and the Österreichische Geographische Gesellschaft.
Firms with international activities, i.e. exports and/or foreign direct investment, are quite distinct from firms with no international orientation. In addition, exports are heavily concentrated; a small share of exporters account for a large share of exports.