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Alexander Prosser

Associate Professor

WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Department of Information Systems and Operations Management
Institute for Production Management

Building D2, Entrance C, 3rd Floor
Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Vienna, Austria

Email: alexander.prosser(at)
Phone: +43-1-31336/5630
Fax: +43-1-31336/90 5630

Consultation time: By appointment

Lectures at WU

Current Lectures




Prof. Alexander Prosser habilitated at WU in 1998 and held positions at HEC, Paris and the University of Technology, Sydney. His research fields are eGovernment and electronic citizen participation. He co-chairs the Forum eGovernment and is member of the board and Treasurer of the Austrian Computer Society.

Alexander has well over 100 academic publications including 20+ academic book publications.

He co-chairs the Central and Eastern European eGov and eDem Days, which you may also follow on Twitter.

Teaching Activities

Alexander’s teaching focus has been on ERP and business intelligence using SAP systems since 1994. He built up the SAP-based teaching programmes at the University of Technology Sydney and WU. All subjects he designed and currently teaches are SAP-certified.

Alexander also teaches ERP systems for Public Administration at the University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg and Hochschule des Bundes für öffentliche Verwaltung, Münster

Alexander's teaching focus at WU is the Master Programme in Supply Chain Management, which is one of the most highly ranked SCM programmes world-wide.

Prizes and Dedications

European eGovernment Award, BMW Scientific Award, Best Paper Award City of Vienna, Senator Wilfing Award.

The proceedings volume of the CEEeGov Days 2014 was dedicated to Alexander Prosser.

Current Appearances in the General Media

(in English)

Interview at the Council of Europe/Congress of Local and Regional Authorities on fake news and hate speech

(in German)

Gefährlich oder nutzlos? - Behördenspiegel Juli 2023

Die Sozialwahlen online - ein Fall für die Wahlgerichte? Behördenspiegel Mai 2023

Das „Manifest für Frieden“ – Bürgerbeteiligungen und ihre Glaubwürdigkeit in Deutschland | VdZ|Verwaltung der Zukunft

Behördenspiegel Oktober 2021 - Die dritte Impfung, der Blindflug der Verwaltung geht weiter

Die Datenbasis der Bundesregierung zu COVID-19 – Das „Tal der Ahnungslosen“? | VdZ|Verwaltung der Zukunft

Behördenspiegel Juli 2021: Ein logistischer Blindflug - die Impfkampagne Deutschlands

Ein Impfangebot für alle – aber weiß die Regierung, wer „alle“ ist? | VdZ|Verwaltung der Zukunft 

Further Links

eGov Campus

Project ERP4PA