Books

Financial Leadership: From Expert to CFO, Linde International, 2013 (co-author) (in German)
Doing Business with the Weather, Grelldenk Verlag, 2009 (in German)
The 100 Most Important Topics in Business Administration for Practitioners, Linde International, 2005 (co-author) (in German)

Articles

Trading with Weather Derivatives – the Situation in Austria, CFO Aktuell, March 2010 (in German)
Weather Derivatives – an innovative Financial Product, CFO Aktuell, February 2010 (in German)
Risk Management, Slovakian Banking Journal, 1999

Reports

Banking Risk Disclosure in Annual Reports, Ernst&Young, 2000 (co-author)

Conference papers

Overconfidence in Sports Betting, International Congress of Psychology, forthcoming (co-author)



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We recently interviewed our alumnus Orbay Ünsoy, an LBS graduate of the International Management and Leadership class of 2016, who decided to continue his education on a PhD level in Business and Management at Alliance Manchester Business School. In a recent interview, he shared his story, his memories of the times at LBS as well as his latest achievements.

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From December 9 to December 13 Prof. (FH) Mag. Julius Dem, MBA, Director of the BA studies, participated in the Ben Gurion University (BGU) staff week in Israel. The stay was funded by Erasmus+ K107 and the goal of this trip was to further strengthen Lauder Business School’s already close relationship with BGU, get to know representatives of other (European) universities, learn from best practice, and share common experiences with LBS’s Israeli and European partners.

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