Klaus Uhlenbruck Invited to Train Business Doctoral Students at Three High-Ranking European Universities
Professor of Management and Chair of the Department of Management and Marketing Klaus Uhlenbruck has been invited to train business doctoral students at three high-ranking European universities in summer 2016.
Uhlenbruck will hold a 1.5-day seminar on writing and publishing in scholarly, A-level journals at EBS University, one of the top private B-schools in Germany. EBS is located in Wiesbaden and is a UM partner university. The seminar will address the development of interesting and relevant research questions, manuscript structure, research methodology concerns in publishing and the review process.
A second workshop will be held at the University of Mannheim, which has one of the best business schools at a German public university. Topics will include critiquing ongoing research projects of doctoral students in management and giving advice on publishing their work.
Uhlenbruck was also invited to present his own current research on family business governance in France to the faculty of IE Business School in Madrid, Spain, where he will give a another doctoral workshop, this time focusing on crafting and publishing international business research in top American journals. IE is recognized as one of the leading business schools in the world and is consistently ranked among the top five graduate business schools in Europe by Financial Times.
Uhlenbruck is a professor of management, the John and Kathy Connors Faculty Fellow, and Chair of the Management and Marketing Department. He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship. He is known internationally for his research on mergers and acquisitions, international firm expansion, privatization and corruption in emerging markets.