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Business School - Lunch Time Seminar

Discussion and networking about current research projects

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On February 3, 25 scientists from the Department of Business Administration/WIN met at the Lunch Time Seminar to discuss two current research projects.

Daniela Cortés and Albert Traxler from the Institute of Management Accounting explored the question of what content can be found in the sustainability reports of construction companies and whether differences in the reports can be explained by the size, stock exchange listing or region of origin of the company. Katharina Musil from the Institute for Human Resource Management and Change Management presented an empirical analysis of the identities of senior physicians in hospitals, focusing on the conflict between managerial and physician identities.

The presentations were followed by an intensive discussion via Zoom. In addition, the two discussants Assoz.-Prof. Dr. Eva Wagner from the Institute of Corporate Finance and Dr. Christine Blanka from the Institute of Entrepreneuership provided valuable advice to the presenters.

Those who could not be present this time and who enjoyed this meeting can already look forward to the next meeting, which will take place on June 3, 2022 from 12:30-14:00.

About the event: The Lunch Time Seminar takes place about twice a semester and is organized by Tanja Wolf (Institute of Controlling & Consulting) and Thomas Brunner-Kirchmair (Institute of Management Accounting / Corporate Finance Department). The basic idea is that scientists of the Department of Business Administration/WIN meet in an informal setting, exchange ideas and receive feedback on research work.