The Chair of International Management and Social Entrepreneurship works at the intersection of Organization, International Strategic Management, Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship. The main research interests of the chair are linked to Sustainability, Social Entrepreneurship, Inequality, Institutions, Global Networks and Cooperation, and the diffusion of ideas and innovation as well as the internationalization of young and small firms. In our global sustainability-oriented approach to study global Organizations, SMEs and new ventures we are in particular interested, but not limited, to the following topics:
- Institutions, Networks, and International Collaborations
- Sustainability and Social Entrepreneurship
- Issues of Social Categorization and related problems such as inequality, discrimination and under-representation of specific social groups
- Development of New Markets and Digital Transformation
- The Emergence of Innovation and new Organizational Forms
- The Diffusion of Management Ideas
In our research, we analyze and reflect current topics in Organization, Strategy and International Management. Our research is both, conceptual as well as empirical based on qualitative, quantitative and experimental research methods. We present our research at leading international conferences and we publish our work in high-quality international and national journals.