Lauder Business School is proud to announce that our Senior Researcher Dr. Christian Reiner has published a new paper in the international and prestigious Journal “Cities” (impact factor 2.051). As the lead author, he wrote the article together with Susanne Meyer from the Austrian Institute of Technology and Sascha Sardadvar from WPZ Research, Vienna. The paper compares attraction policies for academic talent of two highly developed Central European metropolitan cities. The authors have developed a heuristic framework in order to analyse political actions that aim at attracting international academic talents.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and LBS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for their future collaboration in the frame of Erasmus+.
From November 14-16, 2016, LBS co-hosted an international conference on Business Ethics and Competitiveness in SMEs on its premises. The event was organized conjointly with FH Wien University of Applied Sciences for Management and Communication Vienna as part of their chairmanship in the European chapter of the Harvard Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) Network.
On November 17, 2016 LBS Career Center had the honor to host Mag. Andreas Treichl, the Chairman of the Board of Erste Group Bank AG. The fireplace talk considered three major topics: Mag. Treichl’s background, the future of banking in Europe and the future of banking in relation to politics.
Lauder Business School is very proud to announce that we have been accredited and certified by the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ). The first preparatory talks with the agency started in 2015 and it took approximately 1.5 years for the procedure to be completed.
This rigorous process is required by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education for every Higher Education Institution in Austria, involving an external auditing committee (4 auditors from different universities and one student) that reviews and certifies the institution’s internal quality management system (QMS).