We are proud to announce that LBS faculty continues to innovate and improve the quality of our teaching methods. This ongoing development in teaching techniques was also recently officially acknowledged by including some of the LBS best teaching practices in the “Atlas of Good Teaching” managed by The Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research of Austria.
On June 16, 2020 our Head of Research and Senior Lecturer Dr. Christian Reiner was bestowed an FH (Fachhochschule – University of Applied Sciences) professorship title. Dr. Reiner has been a valued member of the Lauder Business School faculty team since 2016 and has led the research agenda ever since.
Breitspur Planungsgesellschaft is a joint venture founded between four state railway companies, uniting Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine and Russia in a multinational railway project. The project is directed to bring a direct railway connection from Asia to the centre of Europe by extending the existing broad-gauge line from Kosice to the Twin City region Vienna-Bratislava.
Christian Reiner, senior researcher at LBS, published a new working paper in the LBS working paper series together with Christian Bellak, professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. The topic of capitalism and democracy is extremely current and of interest not only to academic scholars but to everyone who cares about liberal values and a thriving as well as inclusive democracy.
On March 9, our second semester International Management & Leadership students were invited to a “Peace workshop” in the Austrian Parliament by Member of the Parliament Mag. Martin Engelberg. The workshop primarily served to kick off the Peacebell project within the framework of the course Empirical Research Methods.
For this year’s course, LBS Senior Lecturer for Research Methods, Dr. Verena Régent, found a particularly interesting partnership: Together with the Viennese organization “Social City Wien”, the Irish/American musician and artist Michael Patrick Kelly will create a #Peacebell for the city of Vienna.