Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Junior Professorship
in International Management

Overview

Supporter

Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation

Academic Group

Strategy, Leadership and International Management

Junior Professor

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tobias Dauth

Research Associate

Michaela Wrede

Courses

  • Cross-Cultural Management and Communication
  • International Management
  • International Management Competencies
  • Managing Global Corporations
  • Management Practice in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Problem Solving and Communication

Research Areas

  • Corporate governance and board structures
  • Top management team internationalization and diversity
  • Internationalization of small and medium-sized firms
  • German-Polish economic relations

Network

  • Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW, Leipzig
  • ESCP Europe: Prof. Dr. Stefan Schmid, Chair for International Management and Strategic Management
  • FU Berlin: Prof. Dr. Paul Pronobis, Assistant Professor of Accounting, Department of Finance, Accounting and Taxation
  • Kozminski University, Warsaw: Prof. Mariola Ciszewska-Mlinarič, Ph.D., Department of Business Strategy
  • Kozminski University, Warsaw: Prof. Izabela Koladkiewicz, Ph.D., Center for Management Studies
    Poznan University of Economics: Dr. Piotr Trąpczyński

Our HHL spirit is a true asset that guides my daily work.

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Tobias Dauth
Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Junior Professorship in International Management
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What we do

The Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Junior Professorship in International Management was founded in 2013 and focuses on maintaining and expanding German-Polish scientific relations.

In current research projects we investigate the role and the impact of international top managers in the internationalization processes of firms. A second major research area comprises the internationalization of German and Polish small and medium sized firms.

The Junior Professorship also fosters regional and international partnerships. We collaborate with the Leipzig-based Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW to establish a network and cooperation between the stakeholders of the Central and Eastern European growth markets.

Our teaching activities aim at providing students with state of the art knowledge in international management. To do so, we combine theoretical perspectives with critical thinking and real-life case studies. Ultimately, our courses shall prepare students to effectively deal with the challenges arising from firms’ international activities.