As of January 2018, Lauder Business School is partner in the MA23-funded project „Internationalization@home relaunched“ which was initiated by the project coordinator, the University of Applied Sciences Vienna for Management and Communication (FH Wien der WKW). The project is meant to foster internationalization in teaching and learning in both universities
Christian Reiner, senior researcher at the Lauder Business School, is participating in two recent contract research projects and has published a new paper. The first research project, a project with the centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), is financed by the Austrian Wirtschaftsservice (AWS). The aim is to evaluate and provide suggestions for improving the ex-ante project evaluation scheme of AWS. The project deals with the allocation of public subsidies for private companies, especially but not exclusively start-ups.
The LBS Working Paper Series “LBS Working Papers” aims at presenting applied research completed by LBS faculty, outstanding graduates and partners. Topics include subjects taught and researched at LBS’s degree programs (1) International Business Administration, (2) International Management and Leadership (3) and Banking, Finance and Compliance. Successful master graduates will be invited to publish condensed versions of their theses.
Dr Christian Reiner, Senior Researcher at the Lauder Business School, has co-authored the recently published study “Innovationsland Österreich. F&E, Unternehmensentwicklung und Standortattraktivität” (in German), commissioned by the Austrian Council for Research and Technology Development. The other authors are from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland (Prof Dr Christian Keuschnigg) and from WPZ Research in Vienna (Dr Sascha Sardadvar, Dr Brigitte Ecker).
On Monday, March 13, LBS students presented their final results of the Student Consultancy Project (SCP) as part of the International Management and Leadership Program to the CEO of Russian Machines Mr. Manfred Eibeck and the Chief Developer of the African market of the GAZ Group Mr. Alexander Schierhuber. Due to the well-maintained connection with alumnus Mr. Schierhuber, LBS could win Russian Machines as a cooperation partner for this project and establish network for future endeavors.
The Institute for Advanced Studies (Institut für Höhere Studien, IHS) (link to http://www.ihs.ac.at/) developed a modular curriculum as part of the European project HEIRRI: Higher Education Institutions & Responsible Research and Innovation. The project aims to integrate the concept of “Responsible Research and Innovation”, or RRI, focusing on universities and other higher education institutions (HEI).