Category: News, Publications, Research

The article “Shaping the attitudes of Russian managers in ethical issues - Personal attributes and environmental pressure” by Prof. Dr. Marc Oberhauser, Prof. Dr. Dirk Holtbrügge & Prof. Igor Gurkov, PhD (Higher School of Economics, Moscow), was accepted for publication in the International Jour...

Category: Conferences, News

Members and alumni of the Department of International Management presented their research at the 47th EIBA Annual Conference in Madrid this year. The following presentations were held: Theresa Bernhard: Organizational reputation in cross-border acquisitions. Christina Heidemann: How employees ...

Category: Awards, News

The Chair of International Management congratulates Christina Heidemann on the successful defense of her PhD thesis wishing her all the best for her future.

Category: Awards, News

The Chair of International Management congratulates Marcus Conrad on the successful defense of his PhD thesis wishing him all the best for his future.

Category: Awards, News, Teaching

Professor Dr. Dirk Holtbrügge, Chair of International Management, is listed in 'Stanford University’s Top 2 percent scientists list' as one of the 2% most frequently cited scientists worldwide in 2020. The prestigious list is considered to be one of the best ways to measure faculty research producti...

Category: News, Teaching

Last week, the new class of our Master in International Business Studies started at the WiSo. What a pleasure to be back in the lecture hall with so many bright minds. 63 students from 27 countries all over the world - from Canada to India and from Ireland to Ghana. Can you imagine a more enriching ...

Category: News, Research

Within the scope of the first data collection round for a research project, our teaching and research associates Laura Kirste and Marc Oberhauser promised the participants of their web-based survey to donate 0.20 EUR for each completed questionnaire to the international NGO Transparency Internationa...

Category: News, Teaching

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Marc Oberhauser has received and accepted an offer from ESCP Madrid, where he will work as an assistant professor from October 1, 2021. We wish Marc all the best in his new position and are pleased that he will remain part-time professor at our department.

Category: News, Publications

The article „If It Works Here, How Can We Make It Work Anywhere? Reputation Transfer Across Borders” by Theresa Bernhard is published in AIB Insights as part of the Special Issue on “Reputation Across Borders”. More information can be found here

Category: News, Publications

The article “When the Chinese guy becomes the female IT specialist Liu. A conceptualization of reputational shifts in international assignments” by Theresa Bernhard and Prof. Dr. Dirk Holtbrügge was accepted for publication in the Journal of Global Mobility. More information can be found here. &n...