Deadline for applications: March 30th, 2016
"Think Business, Go International! Berlin-Vienna-Zurich" New Structured Master Mobility Program - First applicant from Vienna!
The first applicant for the new Structured Master Mobility Program comes from the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics of the University of Vienna! Aisan Kaltehei is in the master program of International Business...
Women and the Economy (Frau in der Wirtschaft) is a leading network for female entrepreneurs of the Viennese Economic Chamber and, since 2013, awards the so called “Gender Diversity Grant” for gender specific works. The works are...
Our Faculty Research Report is available both online as well as PDF.
On Friday, September 25th, the Working Group ATHEA/ÖGOR will hold its autumn meeting at the Karl-Franzens Universität Graz. Deadline for proposals: August 1st.
On June 25 at 12:00 Volker Laux will present his paper ”On the interdependencies of Supporting, Monitoring, and Assessing Agents”.
We’re proud to welcome Prof. Qing Yang, a distinguished researcher in the fields of Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance, at the Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics. She will stay from June 1 to August 30.
"Contestability in Non-Profit Markets"
Fri, June 12, 10:00 – 11:00
Seminar Room 1, Ground-floor, OMP 1
Georg Kirchsteiger will join the Vienna Center for Experimental Economics (VCEE) and the Department of Economics as a visiting professor from June 8 to 12.
As part of the Economic Sociology Colloquium Richard Shambare will hold a lecture on the topic, "How Spaza Shop Managers Utilise Mobile Communication Technologies to Gain Competitive Advantage". June 9, 16.45 pm, SR 3, OMP
We congratulate Prof. Ivana Ljubic, who accepted the position at the ESSEC Business School in Paris. The ESSEC Business School is regarded as one of France’s best business schools and also positioned among the 15 best business...
On June 8 three PHD Presentations will take place in seminar room 3.
As of May 18, we may officially be referred to as a family-friendly faculty
Thomas Gehrig, Caroline Fohlin (John's Hopkins) and VGSF doctoral student Marlene Haas discuss lessons from the Panic of 1907 for today's financial markets.
Bernhard Kittel, Professor of Economic Sociology, together with Fabian Paetzel and Stefan Traub examined in an experimental study what happens when the distribution of income and wealth is not in balance.