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JKU Business School.

Fast Trader or Fair Trader? Regional or International? The answer is AND. New times call for new strategies and new answers to questions arising from digitization and internationalization.

The JKU Business School is a regionally anchored academic hub with an international focus. Entrepreneurial thinking is not only embedded in education, but also conveyed in our expertise to beneficially apply key topics of our times, such as digitization and sustainability.

The Business School offers broad-based education, bringing students closer to real companies and business while also providing connections between different subject areas.

With subject areas ranging from Organization Science and Tax Management to Software Engineering, the JKU Business School covers diverse areas of Business Administration and Business Informatics.

Attentive, supervisory relationships with top researchers along with interdisciplinary learning and research give our students the ability to think outside of the box and in a networked way.

JKU Business School

Address

Johannes Kepler University Linz
Altenberger Strasse 69
4040 Linz

Where to find us

Management Center, 2nd Floor, Room 210 B

We're here for you

Monday-Thursday: 9:00-12:00

send us an E-Mail

businessschool@jku.at

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News & Events
Event 17.09.2020

Online Workshop "Recent Advances in Multi-Objective Optimization” 2020

You are cordially invited to join the 7th edition of the yearly RAMOO international workshop

Event 13.11.2020

Conversation series: Teaching business, management & Co. in the dawn of digital transformation 13.11.2020

Suggestions from professors like Eon Smit1 are great conversation starters concerning means of teaching business, management, and Co. in the dawn of digital transformation. He highlighted the importance of “experiential education”, “blended learning”, “international integration of classrooms”, and “international team activities and competitions”. What is your take on his ideas? How are you incorporating these means into your teaching?

Fostering active exploration an informal, synchronous online conversation series is going to take place from November 13th. The events are open to educators in the field of business and management teaching, interested in creating worthwhile learning experience. For smooth moderation, please indicate in an email latest 2 days before the event dates, if you have questions, ideas, experience you wish to share!

Dates: November: 13 & 27; December: 11.

Times: from 2:00 to 3:00 pm (UTC+1)

Location: via Zoom - https://jku.zoom.us/j/93914484962

Host: Edit Juhász (edit.juhasz@jku.at)

Disclaimer: The events will not be recorded by the host nor are permitted to be recorded by attendees. Notes are going to be taken by the host without owning copyrights. Names of participants will only appear in the notes upon their own requests. Summary of the notes is going to be available via link to all participants and can be shared openly. By joining the events these conditions are considered to be accepted by all participants.

1Smit, E. (2017) The Future of Business Education. Retrieved from:  https://gbsn.org/future-business-education/

News 21.10.2020

Religious and secular values in family firms and managerial decisions

The research project "Religious and secular values in family firms and managerial decisions" is funded within the call "High Research Impact" of the Business School of the Johannes Kepler University Linz.

News 20.10.2020

New Publication: Management Accountants’ Changing Identities and Roles

Tanja Wolf, Michael Kuttner, Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller and Christine Mitter recently published the article „What we know about management accountants’ changing identities and roles – a systematic literature review” in the Journal of Accounting and Organizational Change (VHB JQ 3: B).

„Creating the JKU Business School will place us among Europe's top universities in the field of business. The JKU Business School's long-term goals include becoming internationally accredited.“
Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr. Meinhard Lukas
Rector, JKU Linz