There are now open calls for applications for researcher positions at my new IM research unit in Innsbruck. The job post is below. Dear colleagues, We are building a new research group in International Business at University of Innsbruck (Austria), and are currently seeking applications for a fully funded 6-year postdoc position, and a fully
The University of Innsbruck has posted a welcome article on its website: https://www.uibk.ac.at/newsroom/vorgestellt-international-und-digital.html.de. The text touches upon a few recent research projects, and my collaboration with OeNB, where we work on improving GDP projections based on microdata from foreign subsidiaries.
Following my first days at Uni Innsbruck, I had a short interview with Nina Brillinger, who supports the department as a student assistant. We talked about research, teaching, and what are central factors in an academic career. The interview (in German) is available here: https://www.uibk.ac.at/fakultaeten/betriebswirtschaft/news/2021/lindner.html.de.
As of May 1, I started a new job as full professor of international management at the University of Innsbruck. There is still a lot of work in terms of setting things up, but the university has posted a first “welcome” message, which I share here: https://www.uibk.ac.at/newsroom/dossiers/neue_gesichter/. Looking forward to new challenges and adventures!
My paper with Jonas Puck and Jonathan Doh on “Hierarchical modelling in international business research: Patterns, problems, and practical guidelines” has just been published in Journal of World Business. We discuss the International Business literature using hierarchical methods, and suggest ways to make the methods’ applications in IB more consistent. The full paper is available
WU Vienna has just posted a short video (https://youtu.be/pG554ReNSc8) on a recent paper Sinziana Dorobantu, Jakob Müllner, and I have published in the December issue of the Academy of Management Journal. The paper explains how diverse groups of banks come together to finance some of the world’s largest infrastructure projects. The paper is available through
The EIBA 2020 online conference (www.eiba.online) has now kicked off with the usual pre-conference activities. The grand opening follows later today in the EIBA fellows’ opening plenary. You can join the conference on the OnAIR system if you follow this link (and if you are registered): https://portalapp.eiba.eventsair.com/VirtualAttendeePortal/eiba2020/onair-virtual-event-portal/login.
My paper with Sinziana Dorobantu and Jakob Müllner on alliances in project finance investments has now been published in the December 2020 issue of Academy of Management Journal: https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2017.0265. There is also a short video about the paper in the AMJ dynamic edition http://onlinedigeditions.com/publication/login.php?i=0&m=35651&l=1 (you need to be an AOM member to view the video
WU has published a short video on one of my recent publications (with Vera Kunczer and Jonas Puck) on its youtube channel. This is the link: https://youtu.be/D1fgJy1iZD4. The paper the video is based on is available (via open access) here: https://doi.org/10.1057/s42214-019-00034-9.
Together with Jakob Müllner, I have received a WU project grant to investigate how populism influences firms’ international strategy.