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Reason cast in equations

Casting the rational behaviour of individuals in mathematical models and learning from these for use in reality: Daniel Rehsmann recently completed his doctorate in microeconomics and, among other things, he explored the conditions under which it is rational to spread misinformation.

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Do decisions turn out better when they are taken by multiple people?

What happens when strategic decisions are not reached in the boardroom, but by a large number of stakeholders? Ali Banihashemi models the long-term impact of open strategy on companies and institutions. He has no doubt: “In the future, we will have to rely on open decision-making processes.”  

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Not every business school graduate makes an effective NPO manager

“Non-profit organisations are confronted with the heterogeneous, often contradictory interests, needs, expectations of success and goals of their diverse stakeholders”, according to Anna Oppelmayer, who recently completed her doctoral thesis at the Department of Public, Non-profit and Health Management. NPOs face a multitude of interest groups – from donors to civil servants, from taxpayers to volunteers. Dealing with them requires a professional strategy. 

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Highest quality: Faculty of Management, Economics & Law receives international AACSB accreditation

The Faculty of Management, Economics & Law at the University of Klagenfurt has been accredited by the international accreditation agency AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). AACSB stands for the highest standards of quality and is one of the world’s most prestigious accreditation bodies in the field of management and economics.

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