LBS continues Harvard MOC activities

LBS continues Harvard MOC activities

Prof. (FH) Martin Samek has recently participated in the MOC Affiliate Workshop at Harvard Business School to update Lauder Business School about the network’s achievements and future projects as well as to intensify the collaboration with other universities. Two days full of interesting presentations, fruitful discussions and meetings were concluded with Prof. Michael E. Porter’s report on the U.S. Competitiveness Project – Problems Unsolved and a Nation Divided.

Public Discussion on Neoliberalism

Public Discussion on Neoliberalism

Dr. Christian Reiner, our Senior Researcher at Lauder Business School will participate in a public discussion on economic policy in Austria and Germany since the 1970s as a guest speaker. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 7 at 18:30 in the specialist bookshop of the ÖGB publisher (Fachbuchhandlung des ÖGB Verlags), located in Vienna in Rathausstraße 21.

Researching Risk and Decision Making

Researching Risk and Decision Making

Tamás Csermely, MSc, teaching Managerial Economics in the master’s IML program at Lauder Business School, recently had his article “How to reveal people’s preferences: Comparing Time Consistency and Predictive Power of Multiple Price List Risk Elicitation Methods” published in the Journal of Risk and Uncertainty.

Apply for LBS

Apply for LBS

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LBS alumna researching Social Entrepreneurship in Austria

LBS alumna researching Social Entrepreneurship in Austria

LBS alumna Andrea Gegö (IML 2014) completed her master thesis on social entrepreneurship in Austria titled “Unravelling the Reality of the Austrian Social Entrepreneurs while Looking for Solutions in Tailored Educational Programs” under the supervision of Prof. Mag. Robert Schwertner, working for the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft, FFG).