Univ. Prof. Dr. Jonas Puck
Head of Institute
Office: D1, 5.102
Office Hours: Please contact the secretariat
(Ms. Landauf-Todt) for an appointment.
Position at IIB, other positions and academic career
Jonas Puck is Full Professor at the WU Vienna University of Economics and Business. In addition, he is Academic Director of the MBA in Energy Management at the WU Executive Academy. Previously he held the position of Academic Director of WU's CEMS program and was head of the Department of Global Business and Trade and head of the Institute for International Business. Further, he is the co-founder and co-owner of intior GmbH (www.intior.com), a consulting business focusing on internationalization strategies and international market analyses.
He previously held positions at Nuremberg University, Germany, the University of New South Wales, Australia, the University of International Business and Education, China and the Bradford University School of Management, UK. He also is a past president of the European International Business Academy. He earned a Dipl.-Kfm., a PhD in International Management and a postdoctoral qualification (Habilitation) from Nuremberg University.
Jonas is an experienced teacher and consultant and has provided consulting solutions, research expertise, or executive education for numerous firms of different size and industries, including ABB, AT Kearney, BMW, BP, Coca Cola Hellenic, DocLX, ERBE, EY, FESTO, L’Oreal, LEONI, OPEC, OMV, Porr, Post AG, Schlumberger, Schüco, Siemens, Shell, SPIDI, ThyssenKrupp, UNIDO, Verbund. Voith, and many others. He received awards for outstanding teaching as well as outstanding research, e.g. the CEMS Best International Business Project Award 2015, EIBA Fellows Research Award 2008, Ludwig Erhard Award 2008, Schoeller Fellow Award 2009, Festo Fellow Award 2010, and Best Paper/Best Reviewer Awards from a large number of journals and conferences.
His current research interests lie in the overlaps of global strategy, finance, and political science, often with an industry focus on energy and extractive industries. Jonas serves on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of International Business Studies, Long Range Planning, European Management Journal, Journal of World Business and the Multinational Business Review. His research has been published in journals such as the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of World Business, Long Range Planning, Management International Review, and Human Resource Management (US), among others. In addition, he is editor or author of six books and numerous book chapters.