Business and Management News and Events

  • Stand-Up Economist Yoram Bauman

    Dr. Yoram Bauman, the "world's first and only stand-up economist", visits Webster Vienna.  

  • Dr. Antonakakis, head of the business and management department, helps a student in a computer lab with Bloomberg Terminal software. Other students also experiment with the software.

    Bloomberg Terminals at Webster

    Bloomberg Education presented their company's iconic software to students, staff, and faculty.

  • Dr. Chatziantoniou presents the challenges and triumphs of his study on housing prices in the UK and offers wisdom to students about the research process.

    Dr. Chatziantoniou's Research Seminar

    On October 4th, the business and management department invited students, staff, faculty, and other members of the Webster Vienna Private University community to the latest research seminar in an ongoing series.

  • Dr. Menbere Workie publishes new work. He is a part of the business and management department at Webster Vienna.

    Dr. Menbere Workie on Net Errors and Omissions (NEO)

    In his latest publication in the Applied Economics journal, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Menbere Workie examines whether net errors and omissions (NEO) reflect capital flight and/or are driven by the real sector of the economy.

  • Dr. Pernille Eskerod of the business and management department and MBA student Jovana Djuric pose for a photograph at the International Tourism and Hospitality Management Conference in Belgrade, Serbia.

    Webster at Hospitality Conference

    The business & management department's own Dr. Pernille Eskerod and MBA-student Jovana Djuric presented the results of their research on green certifications in the hotel industry at the 3rd International Tourism and Hospitality Management Conference, which was held in Belgrade, Serbia, from the 13-17 Sept. 2017. The presentation was very well received. Dr. Eskerod also served as a session chair at the conference

  • Business & Management Department faculty member Dr. Luba Habodaszova presents some preliminary findings on her topic “Crime Rates in Slovakia: Does Gambling Matter?” during a research seminar at Webster Vienna Private University

    Research Seminar by Dr. Habodaszova

    Business & Management Department faculty member Dr. Luba Habodaszova presented some of the preliminary findings on her topic “Crime Rates in Slovakia: Does Gambling Matter?”

  • Dr. Nikolaos Antonakakis head of the business and management department publishes an article in a leading financial journal.

    Dr. Antonakakis Publishes Article in Leading Finance Journal

    Dr. Antonakakis, the Head of Business and Management Department, publishes Article - "Convergence Patterns in Sovereign Bond Yield Spreads: Evidence from the Euro Area" in Leading Finance Journal.

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    Crime Rates in Slovakia: Does Gambling Matter?

    “Crime Rates in Slovakia: Does Gambling Matter?” By Dr. Luba Habodaszova. Fifth event in the series, open to students & faculty. When/Where: Wed, 23 August | 16:30-17:30 | 4.06+4.07

  • Logo of Warwick Economic Summit. Webster Vienna Students are invited to attend.

    Warwick Economics Summit 2018

    Webster Vienna students have been invited to attend the Warwick Economics 2018 Summit. Those who attend will get the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and acquire insight in fields such as asset management, economics, and international relations.

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    XII World Conference of the Spatial Econometrics Association (SEA) – Vienna, June 11-12, 2018

    The 12th World Conference of the Spatial Econometrics Association (SEA) has the objective to bring together econometricians, statisticians, economists, regional scientists and geographers to present and discuss their recent achievements in spatial econometric theories and applications, in connection with the analysis of externalities, spillovers, interactions, peer effects, network effects, etc.