The rising power of firms is a major topic for economists and business scholars. While managers try to gain market power by applying several (legal and sometimes even illegal) strategies, society may suffer from welfare losses and higher inequality as a result. While these issues are more discussed in the US than in Europe, an increasing number of publications are devoted to the analysis of corporate power and its consequences within Europe.
Just before the upcoming Austrian EU Presidency, State Secretary Karoline Edtstadler from the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior visited Lauder Business School on June 7. During this short visit, Lauder Business School, as an international boutique university, had the opportunity to present its plethora of innovative start-up initiatives and young academic internationalization projects with Israel and the United States.
On May 24, 2018 WeAreDevelopers and Lauder Business School Career Center organized an exclusive recruiting event for our students and alumni. In an evening session, LBS students had the opportunity to learn more about the company and its future direction directly from the Managing Director and one of the co-founders, Mr. Benjamin Ruschin. Moreover, five employees from different teams accompanied him and further explained their daily routines, positions and responsibi
On May 24, 2018 we had the privilege to host external lecturer Ms Larissa Dauchner, who works in the field of brand management in the Hotel Sacher Marketing Department. As part of the Statistics for Economics and Business 2 course led by our Senior Researcher Dr. Christian Reiner, our bachelor students had the opportunity to hear her firsthand experience and learn about use and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data in the development of the Hotel Sacher’s marketing strategy and operations.