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Johannes Gartner Presented with his Venia Legendi/Habilitation Certificate

Vice-Rector Alberta Bonanni presented Johannes Gartner with his venia legendi/habilitation certificate.

F.l.: Johannes Gartner, Alberta Bonanni; photo credit: JKU
F.l.: Johannes Gartner, Alberta Bonanni; photo credit: JKU

Gartner's post-doctoral dissertation titled "The Management of Technology and Innovation in the Digital Age" explores the way in which entrepreneurial opportunities can be recognized and then assessed under the parameters of information asymmetries as part of a dynamic digital era in order to make strategically sound decisions.

Those pursuing a habilitation/post-doc undergo an academic evaluation in regard to special qualifications that proves their ability to independently conduct academic/scientific research and teach the entire depth and breadth of their selected subject area [facultas docendi], This, in turn, is the prerequisite to grant authorization to teach that particular subject area [venia legendi].


About Johannes Gartner
Gartner earned a PhD in Social and Economic Sciences at the Johannes Kepler University Linz, a Diploma degree in Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences Mittweida (Germany), a Master’s degree in Business Administration at the WU Vienna, and a Master’s in Arts and Business in Information Security Management at the University of Applied Sciences of Upper Austria (Campus Hagenberg). His post-doctoral dissertation was written under the supervision of the JKU’s Institute for Innovation Management (IFI).