Chair of Corporate Management

Prof. Dr. Alwine Mohnen and her team cordially welcome you to the website of the Chair of Corporate Management at the Technische Universität München.

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11.06.2018

Professor Alwine Mohnen receives the Supervisory Award 2018

We are happy to announce that Professor Alwine Mohnen received the Supervisory Award 2018. For further information see here. [mehr]

09.05.2018

Working paper "What does the path to CFO look like? - An optimal matching analysis approach" among three finalists for AOM Careers Division Best Student Paper

Jan-Niklas Bartel, PhD candidate at the chair of corporate management, was informed that his working paper (co-authored by Alwine Mohnen) "What does the path to CFO look like? - An optimal matching analysis approach", was nominated as one of three papers for consideration as the Academy of Management (AOM) Careers Division 2018 Arnon Reichers Best Student Paper Award. This nomination was based...

08.05.2018

Die eigenen Stärken deutlicher betonen - Familienunternehmen als Arbeitgeber

Im Rahmen eines Doppelinterviews beleuchten Frau Prof. Alwine Mohnen und Frau Dr. Vera-Carina Elter neue Aspekte zum Thema Familienunternehmen als Arbeitgeber. Um das Interview zu lesen, klicken Sie bitte hier.[mehr]

09.04.2018

Working paper by Jan-Niklas Bartel and Alwine Mohnen accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management

Jan-Niklas Bartel, PhD candidate at the chair of corporate management, will present his working paper (co-authored by Alwine Mohnen) "What does the path to CFO look like? - An optimal matching analysis approach" at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. The conference takes place in Chicago, Illinois, from August 10 to 14. This year's conference theme is "Improving...[mehr]

27.03.2018

Hanna Sittenthaler presented her working paper “Cash, Non-Cash or Mix? Gender Matters!? The Impact of Monetary, Non-Monetary and Mixed Incentives on Performance” at the 21st Colloquium on Personnel Economics (COPE)

In March 2018 the 21st Colloquium on Personnel Economics (COPE) took place at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. We are happy to announce that Hanna Sittenthaler’s working paper “Cash, Non-Cash or Mix? Gender Matters!? The Impact of Monetary, Non-Monetary and Mixed Incentives on Performance” was accepted and Professor Alwine Mohnen chaired the session “Provision of Feedback”. All...[mehr]

26.03.2018

Laura Lang is participating at the 2nd Imperial-TUM Global Fellows Program "Cities of the Future"

Laura Lang, PhD candidate at the chair of corporate management, has been accepted to participate in the 2nd Imperial-TUM Global Fellows Program "Cities of the Future" at Imperial College London. It’s a great opportunity and we are looking forward to sharing her experiences of the program.[mehr]

23.02.2018

Neue Stellenausschreibung als Studentische Hilfskraft am Lehrstuhl für Unternehmensführung

Der Lehrstuhl für Unternehmensführung sucht  zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt zur langfristigen Zusammenarbeit eine Studentische Hilfskraft mit hoher Affinität für statistische Auswertungen (8–10 Stunden pro Woche). Nähere Informationen finden Sie in der Stellenbeschreibung.[mehr]

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