Business and Management

SYMPOSIUM | Greece, Out of The Crisis: Debt-End or Dead-End

A symposium where the causes of the Greek crisis as well as content specific proposals for a radical approach to get “Greece, Out of the Crisis” will be presented. Invited are world renowned academics and experts in the financial system. Press Release: in English, German and Greek.

Research Seminar | "Shopping by swiping: What drives users to make purchases with their mobile phones?"

The presentation provides a journey through the typical stages of a research project involving a quantitative survey as it may be conducted in a marketing-related master thesis. It will provide insights into research about impact factors on consumers’ intention to shop with their mobile phones, a behavior that is rapidly increasing in many industries.

Research Seminar by Dr. Eskerod

The Business and Management Department held another Research Seminar within its new event series. This time Dr. Pernille Eskerod, research expert on project management and stakeholder management, provided insights into her latest research work and techniques to students, staff and faculty. Her research seminar was based on a case study on the 50-year-old Astoria Bridge that connects the American states Oregon and Washington. Dr.

#69 BSN Roadshow

On Wednesday, 26th April 2017 Webster Vienna will be hosting the 69th BSN (Börse Social Network) Roadshow on our campus.

Dr. Workie on why Public Debt is so frightening

Business and Management Associate Professor Dr. Menbere Workie is publishing a monthly commentary on economics and finance in HN Komentare, the most readable Economic Newsletter in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. His latest commentary was dealing with the question of why public debt is so frightening:

Research Seminar | "Monetary Policy and Corporate Bond Returns"

We investigate the impact of monetary policy shocks (the surprise change in the Fed Funds rate (FFR)) on the excess U.S. corporate bonds returns.

Research Seminar | "Sovereign Debt: Service and Sustainability"

We will be discussing the dynamic evolution of sovereign debt and explore the conditions for its sustainability in terms of the relevant economic and financial conditions.

Dr. Eskerod publishes research on Workplace Health Promotion

Dr. Pernille Eskerod has published a peer-reviewed article in the International Journal of Workplace Health Management.

Bloomberg at Webster

Yesterday, Webster Vienna's Business and Management students had the exclusive opportunity to meet with representatives of Bloomberg for Education on campus.

Webster Speakers Event

Join us for the third Webster Speakers Event and listen to Webster students present their favorite topics to the Webster community!


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