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Congratulations to Dr. Reiner on the FH Professorship

Congratulations to Dr. Reiner on the FH Professorship

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.

Vienna once again voted the Best City to Live and Study

Vienna once again voted the Best City to Live and Study

Vienna, located in the vibrant heart of central Europe, where classic culture, music and art meet a modern, diverse and multicultural lifestyle of the 21st century, was once again pronounced the best city to live in worldwide.According to the Annual Mercer Quality of...

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Austria introducing a Start-up Visa

Austria introducing a Start-up Visa

The Austrian government has proposed easier visa regulations for start-up founders coming from non-EU countries. Secretary of State Mahrer suggested that entrepreneurs will be granted a residence and work permit for two years if all the prerequisites are met.

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.