New Professor Of International Management

The German Graduate School of management and law expands your Professor team. October 2010 new Professor of international management at the German Graduate School of management and law (GGS) is Prof. Dr. Christopher Stehr (43). He joins the GGS from the Kadam school International University in Karlsruhe and now teaches courses in Heilbronn in the MBA. In teaching, Prof. Stehr deals primarily with the topics of international and intercultural management topics.

His main research interests are the globalization of small and medium-sized enterprises and cultural strategies of organizations. Internationalization and globalization Research Institute Christopher Stehr studied political science and business administration at the University of Munich. He wrote his thesis at the Freie Universitat Berlin, what Sanford academic Burse had a scholarship of the German-Japanese. Subsequently, he was project manager and researcher at the University of Ulm, with the aim of a post-doctoral thesis at the Faculty of for mathematics and economics. In addition, Prof. Stehr initiated an internationalization and globalization Research Institute in addition to establishing a consultancy for globalisation. International network parallel Christopher Stehr has made a name through publications on the topic of globalization and sustainability, as well as through various activities in the field of knowledge transfer (E.g., exhibition design and consulting for the EXPO 2000 and EXPO 2005). Numerous travel and abroad (including Brazil, Israel, Japan, Philippines, South Africa) Dr. Stehr appropriated not only comprehensive language and country skills, but rebuilt a viable international network of personal contacts with partners all over the world. Verena Kruppa