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Caroline Fabian, M.Sc.

Caroline Fabian is a Research and Teaching Assistant at the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

Before joining the E&I team in 2019, Caroline completed a master’s degree in Psychological and Behavioral Science at the London School of Economics and a bachelor’s degree in International Business at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. During her undergraduate program she studied at the Copenhagen Business School as well as at the Graduate School of Management in St. Petersburg and gained practical experience in the areas of Marketing, Project Management and Consulting.

Curriculum Vitae

Professional Experience 

2019 - todayResearch and Teaching Assistant at the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vienna University of Economics and Business
2018Intern at Accenture, Vienna, Austria
Project Management, Controlling, Supply Chain Management
2016 - 2017Student Assistant at the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Research, Marketing, Administration
2014Intern at young&rubicam, Vienna, Austria
Market and Competition Analysis, Branding

University Education

2019 - todayDoctoral Studies (Dr.rer.soc.oec.), Vienna University of Economics and Business, Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
2018 - 2019M.Sc. in Psychological and Behavioral Science at the London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Master Thesis: „The Relationship Between the Utopian Impulse and Expected Health Halos from Ethical and Unethical Claims“
2013 - 2018B.Sc. in International Business at the Vienna University of Economics and Business
Bachelor Thesis: „The Concept of Happiness in Social Utopias“
2016International Summer University
Graduate School of Management, St Petersburg University, Russia
Managing in Emerging Markets
2016International Summer University
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Undergraduate Consumer Behavior and Customer Analysis Politics and Economics of Globalization

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