Chapters in Edited Volumes - Business and Management

The list below gives the references of chapters in edited volumes authored or co-authored by Webster Vienna Private University professors and published in peer-reviewed journals. Our faculty names are in bold.


Eskerod, P. (2017) “Stakeholders”, in “Cambridge Handbook of Organizational Project Management”. Edited by S. Sankaran, R. Müller and N. Drouin. Cambridge University Press.

Madlberger, M. (2017): “Digitalisierung in der Supply Chain”, in: “ECR Digital Edition”. Edited by GS1 Austria. Forthcoming


Antonakakis, N., Badinger, H. and Wolf Reuter (2016) “Efficiency, Proportionality and Member States' Power in the EU Council of Ministers”, in the “Handbook of the Economics of European Integration". Edited by Harald Badinger and Volker Nitsch. Routledge.

Workie Tiruneh, M. (2016). Some Reflections on the Determinants of ICT Usage. In  Ozgur Akan, Paolo Bellavista 2016, in Series Book Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (Berlin, Springer Berlin Heidelberg) pp. 551-558,  ISBN: 978-3-301-33680-0.


Eskerod, P. (2015) “Projekt-Stakeholdermanagement im internationalen Kontext“, in „Globale Projekte managen. Neue Wege für die Weltweite Projektarbeit“ (in German). Edited by A. Nachbagauer and G. Ortner. Symposion Publishing.

Madlberger, M. (2015): “Integrating the technology acceptance model and satisfaction to understand drivers of online travel booking behavior”, in: “Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing”. Edited by V. Monfort and K.-H. Krempels. Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-27030-2_13


Eskerod, P. (2014) “Stakeholder Understanding and Perception of Fairness: Enriching Project Management with Strategy Concepts”, in “Advancing Research on Projects and Temporary Organizations”. Edited by R. A. Lundin and M. Hällgren. Copenhagen Business School Press.

Eskerod, P. & Huemann, M. (2014) “Managing for Stakeholders”, in “Gower Handbook of Project Management. 5th ed.”. Edited by J. R. Turner. Gower.

Eskerod, P. & Jepsen, A. L. (2014) “What Does the Project Stakeholder Value?”, in “Advances in Project Management: Narrated Journeys in Unchartered Territory”. Edited by D. Dalcher. Gower.

Madlberger, M. (2014): “Inter-organizational information systems in the supply chain”, in: “Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology”. Edited by M. Khosrow-Pour. Information Resources Management Association. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5888-2.ch503.


Madlberger, M. (2012) “Theoretical Foundations of Inter-Organizational Information Systems: Towards a Framework Grounded on Seven Theories”, in: “Inter-Organizational Information Systems and Business Management: Theories for Researchers”. Edited by K. Vaidya. IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-768-5.ch003



Foscht, T., Madlberger, M., Dorner, F. (2011) “Informationswissenschaft und Marketing – ein Gegensatz? Das Beispiel des elektronischen Datenaustausches (EDI)“, in “Informationswissenschaft – Begegnungen mit Wolf Rauch”. Edited by O. Petrovic, C. Schlögl, and G. Reichmann. Böhlau.

Mumdziev, N. (2011), “Allocation of Decision Rights in international Franchise Firms: The Case of Master and Direct Franchising”, In Tuunanen et al. (eds.). New Developments in the Theory of Networks: Franchising, Alliances and Cooperatives, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag



Madlberger, M. (2010) “What Drives Firms to Engage in Interorganizational Information Sharing in Supply Chain Management?”, in “E-Collaboration Technologies and Organizational Performance: Current and Future Trends”. Edited by N. Kock. IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-466-0.ch007

Workie Tiruneh, M. (2010). Cross-Country Versus Cross Regional Convergence in the European Union: An empirical Exploration. In Money, Banking and Financial Markets in Central and Eastern Europe: 20 Years of Transition (Chippenham, Palgrave Macmillan) pp. 139-160, ISBN:  978-1-4039-4872-4. 

Workie Tiruneh, M. & Radvansky, M. (2010). Regional Disparities in Central and Eastern Europe: Theoretical Models and Empirical Analyses (Bratislava, The Slovak Academy of Sciences) pp. 400, ISBN:  978-80-7144-180-9.