Intellectual Property Rights – Jeremy Phillips – 13/3/2013

Jeremy Phillips IP Consultant & Honorary Research Fellow, London Coca Cola, Harry Potter, Beethoven’s Fifth as well as David Bowie, Madonna, and the Beckham couple not only represent well known products and protagonists of popular culture but also striking cases...

RHI and LBS sign a long-term cooperation – 13/11/2012

Dkfm. Michael Merzbach Head of Human Resources at RHI We are extremely pleased that RHI, the world’s leading refractories company, and LBS have signed a three-year cooperation agreement. The RHI headquarters are located in Vienna, but the company is present with...


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CEO of Pallas Capital Dr. Florian Koschat visits LBS

On April 18, 2018, we were privileged to host Dr. Florian Koschat, the CEO of Pallas Capital Advisory AG as part of the Fireplace Talks at Lauder Business School. During the session, Dr. Koschat gave insight into his company operations, his personal path to success and a very strong motivational speech for our students.

Dr. Harel’s Exchange Week at LBS

Dr. Ronen Harel from the Department of Business Administration of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev visited LBS from April 16 to April 20 as part of the Erasmus+ lecturer exchange program. The purpose of his visit was to shadow LBS lecturers and implement best practices in his home institution.

LBS Senior Researcher invited to join economic research group

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 approx. ten economic researchers from different institutional backgrounds aiming to explore possible futures of capitalism while taking into account the rising concentration in a large number of markets, the resulting higher power of firms, slow economic growth and the possible relationships between these phenomena.

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