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16 July 2020

In this series, we present start-ups our EBS Alumni founded. Master in Management graduate Lilli Ebner-Stoll founded the start-up LISTO Guatemala to address the problem of chronic malnutrition among children in Guatemala. A great purpose! Learn more about Lilli and her company in this interview.

16 June 2020

Karin Kreutzer and her co-authors Claus D. Jacobs (Universität Bern), Eero Vaara (Saïd Business School, University of Oxford) published the paper “Political Dynamics in Organizational Identity Breach and Reconstruction”.

3 June 2020

Difficult times need a strong team spirit. Students at EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht are also very aware of this and are finding ways to help people even in times of contact restrictions.

4 May 2020

Prof. Nicola Pless is selected to visit EBS Business School as Distinguished Visiting Professor in 2020. In her role she will initiate and engage in joint research and teaching with colleagues from the Business School.

24 April 2020

Tarik El Bouyahyani is a doctoral student at EBS Universität and founded the app “LuBu”, short for LunchBuddies, together with his sister Luisa. The app allows people to connect with each other for lunch or a short coffee break together. Especially in times of #physicaldistancing and home office it is more important than ever to stay in touch. That’s why Tarik and Luisa are now bringing users onto the digital table: Now colleagues can meet easily and spontaneously via video call for an afternoon coffee.

22 January 2020

The paper “Why women build less effective networks than men: The role of structural exclusion and personal hesitation” from Dr Elena Vastert, Prof. Marjo-Riitta Diehl and Prof. Dr Karin Kreutzer is nominated for the “Paper of the Year 2019 Award” by the academic journal Human Relations. We are very excited and keep our fingers crossed!

15 January 2020

Laura Turrini and her co-authors Maria Besiou, Dominik Papies and Joern Meissner puplished the paper “The role of operational expenditures and misalignments in fundraising for international humanitarian aid”.

1 September 2019

EBS Student Jan Keesen wins with his Master Thesis “Populism and Public Choice Theory” the SRH - EBS Social Impact Award 2019

4 March 2019

The recent study “The glass cliff myth? Evidence from Germany and the UK” by Prof. Dr. Myriam Bechtoldt, Christina Bannier and Björn Rock, published in The Leadership Quarterly, provides new insights into the discussion on women and leadership. The findings are questioning the so-called “glass cliff” phenomenon.

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