Ingo Kleindienst's research interests are corporate strategy (product and international diversification), corporate governance (CEO succession and TMT composition), and managerial psychology and cognition (managerial discretion and strategic decision-making). Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey, AU Communication, BSS.

2013.09.18 | Medarbejderportrætter

New collaborator with considerable knowledge about strategy

Ingo Kleindienst is new associate professor of strategy. His research interests are corporate strategy, corporate governance, and managerial psychology and cognition.

2013.09.11 | Research news

New research network on negotiation

Three researchers from the Department of Business Administration at Aarhus University are the brains behind the first international research network dedicated to negotiation in Europe. Interest in the network has been surprisingly high.

2013.09.10 | Announcements

Liisa Lähteenmäki - professor in consumer behaviour and food choice

A permanent professorship in consumer behaviour and food choice at the Department of Business Administration was advertised in April 2013. We are happy to announce that Liisa Lähteenmäki has been appointed to this position. Congratulations to Liisa! Liisa Lähteenmäki's home page

2013.09.02 | Announcements

Four new PhD students join the Department of Business Administration

The following PhD students begin their studies at the Department of Business Administration in September 2013: Alexandra Florina Festila with the project title 'Communication of food healthfulness through packaging'. Alexandra will be affiliated with MAPP and working with supervisors Polymeros Chrysochou and Athanasios Krystallis.…

2013.09.02 | Announcements

Juan Felipe Reyes-Rodríguez receives best paper award

At the 9th International Strategic Management Conference, 27-29 June, 2013, in Riga, Latvia, PhD student Juan Felipe Reyes-Rodríguez from Department of Business Administration received the best paper award for the paper 'Managerial attitudes, strategic intent, environmental initiatives and competitive advantage: experience from a longitudinal SME…