Ines Komar, BSc MSc is awarded with the Digitalization Scholarship of the State of Carinthia

Ines Komar wins Digitalization Scholarship of the State of Carinthia for her master thesis. The title of her work is „Degree of digitalization of Carinthian communities“. Her thesis was supervised by Prof. Paolo Rondo-Brovetto, at the Department of Public, Nonprofit and Health Management.

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New Postdoc-Assistant at the Department of Public, Nonprofit and Health Management

On October 15, 2019 Mag.Dr. Birgit Moser, MSc. BBakk. started work as an assistant professor at our department.

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Update E.C.A.R.E. Project

We are completing the tests of the software and hardware equipment we will use in the field experiments of the E.C.A.R.E. Project together with some very fine and competent people.

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We warmly welcome Mădălina Dan

We are happy that Mădălina Dan will spend some time as a guest doctoral student at our department.

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Congratulations to Prof. Sanja Korac

On September 30th Prof. Sanja Korac left our department to become Chair of Public Management at the German University of Administrative Sciences in Speyer, Germany.

We congratulate Sanja warmly for this prestigious appointment and wish her all the best in her new job.

A new paper has been published in Public Money & Management

Recently a new paper about „Carry-overs or leftovers? Tackling (wasteful) year-end spend-downs at the central government level“ authored by Sanja Korac, Birgit Moser, Paolo Rondo-Brovetto and Iris Saliterer has been published in Public Money & Management.

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Two new papers from the Department of Public, Nonprofit and Health Management

Two new papers from our department have been published in „Public Management Review“ and „Public Administration“. Weiterlesen

In memory of Dr. Gerhard Zednik

Dr. Gerhard Zednik, an esteemed, able, and immensely competent lecturer and trainer who, in the last few years, worked assiduously in the postgraduate programme in Public and Healthcare Management offered by our institute died at the end of April 2019. He was 76 years old.

After retiring from an extraordinary career in consulting and business, Dr. Zednik remained active, among other things by taking on an increasingly important role in our Master in Public and Healthcare Management. Not only did he contribute decisively to the development and the improvement of the curriculum, he also consistently received, until the most recent edition of the programme, the best evaluations from participants, most of whom were mature and competent public sector professionals in their own right. His areas of expertise were quality management and personnel management and what distinguished him was his ability to share his immense professional experience with the participants to the courses and with the staff of our institute.

He was an incredibly likeable person and a fatherly and grandfatherly figure for all of us, always ready to lend us a hand, always flexible and in a good mood and an endless source of precious guidance and advice.

Our thoughts and prayers go to his family and all those who had the opportunity to meet him and appreciate him.

Rest in peace Dr. Zednik, you will be missed dearly.

Einladung zum Habilitationsvortrag von Dr. Sanja Korac

Am Dienstag, den 21. Mai 2019 findet um 9 Uhr das öffentliche Habilitationskolloquium anlässlich der von Frau Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Sanja Korac eingereichten Habilitationsschrift statt.

Frau Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Sanja Korac wird zum Thema “Der Einfluss antizipatorischer Fähigkeiten und finanzieller Vulnerabilität auf Strategien im Umgang mit Krisen in Gemeinden“ im Raum Z.1.09 vortragen.

Alle interessierten Personen sind recht herzlich eingeladen.

Neuer Vorlesungskurs „Nonprofit Management 1: Fundamentals of Nonprofits and Nonprofit Management“

Ab dem Sommersemester 2019 wird am Institut für Öffentliche Betriebswirtschaftslehre ein neuer Vorlesungskurs zum Thema „Nonprofit Management 1: Fundamentals of Nonprofits and Nonprofit Management“ angeboten. Weiterlesen