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Ass.Professorin Dr.in Mag.a Renate Buber

Ren­ate Buber, Dr., Assist­ant­pro­fessor, deputy head of the In­sti­tute of Non­profit Man­age­ment at WU Vi­enna and aca­demic dir­ector of the Pro­fes­sional MBA-­Pro­gram So­cial Man­age­ment at the Ex­ec­ut­ive Academy of WU Vi­enna.

She stud­ied busi­ness edu­ca­tion (dip­loma de­greee) and so­cial and eco­nomic sciences at WU Vi­enna (doc­tor­ate) and psy­cho­logy at the Uni­versity of Vi­enna (first dip­loma ex­am­in­a­tion). After her gradu­ation she has been work­ing as uni­versity assist­ant at the In­sti­tute of Trade Re­search and the In­sti­tute of Mar­ket­ing. Since 2009 she is a fac­ulty mem­ber of the Non­profit Man­age­ment In­sti­tute.

Her re­search in­terests con­tain non­profit man­age­ment, non­profit mar­ket­ing man­age­ment, arts and cul­ture mar­ket­ing, re­tail­ing in mu­seums, and qual­it­at­ive so­cial re­search meth­od­o­logy.

From 2009 to 2012, she rep­res­en­ted the WU Vi­enna and with it Aus­tria in the Con­sumer Be­ha­vi­our Er­asmus Net­work COBEREN (Lifelong Learn­ing Pro­gram).

Ren­ate´s com­pre­hens­ive teach­ing ex­per­i­ence stems from nu­mer­ous courses taught at Aus­trian uni­versit­ies as well as at uni­versit­ies abroad, such as Gold Coast Uni­versity (Queensland, Aus­tralia), In­ter­na­tional Eco­nom­ics Uni­versity Hanoi (Vi­et­nam), Uni­versitas Gad­jah Mada (Yogyakarta, In­done­sia), Tech­nical Uni­versity of Liberec and Mas­aryk Uni­versity in Brno (Czech Re­pub­lic), Eko­nomicka Uni­verz­ita V Brat­is­lave - Pod­niko­vo­hos­podarska Fak­ulta V Kosiciach (Slowakia), Uni­versity of Mari­bor (Slowenia), Bauhaus Uni­versität Wei­mar and TU Ber­gakademie Freiberg in Ger­many. Ad­di­tion­ally, she has been a mem­ber of the Vis­it­ing Fac­ulty of Ramkham­haeng Uni­versity Bangkok (Thail­and) for many years.

Since 2009 Ren­ate is serving as the chair of the Equal Op­por­tun­ity´s Work­ing Group of WU Vi­enna and since 2012 as a mem­ber of the Ar­bit­ra­tion Com­mit­tee of the Vi­enna Uni­versity of Tech­no­logy.

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