EIM Research Institute

Applied Research in Business Administration

The researchers of the EIM Research Institute have extensive experience in academic and applied research in topics related to the areas of study of the European Institute of Management including research methods, management, entrepreneurship, sustainability, internationalization of business, digital transformation, fintech, machine learning, data science, AI, platform-based business models, etc. Some of our current research topics are:

  • Speed of Internationalization of Innovative High-Tech Firms
  • Live Case Studies in Higher Education
  • Fairness of Dynamic Pricing Strategies
  • Multiple Case Study Design as Research Methodology
  • Sustainable Mobility
  • Smart Mobility and the Integration of Public Transport in Latin America

Our team of experienced researchers has already published and presented academic articles in peer-reviewed journals or at academic conferences. They also encourage (especially) our doctoral students to do research, to publish and present their results at academic conferences, and to participate in external doctoral seminars and workshops at these conferences or at other institutions to receive feedback and to grow their networks in the academic community.

Recognitions and Prices

Researchers

The European Institute of Management - Michael Neubert Founder, President and CEO

Michael Neubert

Founder, President and CEO

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Faculty team - Prof-Dr-Wolfgang-Rams

Wolfgang Rams

Professor and Senior Researcher

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Nick Harkiolakis

Professor and Senior Researcher

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Sophia Beckett Velez

Professor and Senior Researcher

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Faculty team - Eladio Martinez

Eladio Enrique Martinez Toro

Professor and Senior Researcher

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Daphne Halkias

Professor and Senior Researcher

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Karsten Bredemeier

Professor of Practice

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Stefan Schrörs

Professor of Practice

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Faculty team - Sebastian Schaefer

Sebastian Schaefer

Doctoral candidate and researcher

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Fabian Wahler

Doctoral candidate and researcher

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Rongrong Huo

Doctoral candidate and researcher

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Publications

Recent book publications with Fellows of the EIM Research Institute

Le design d’étude de cas est l’une des méthodes de recherche les plus utilisées et populaires parmi les chercheurs et les professionnels. Une des raisons en est sa grande flexibilité. On peut analyser des études de cas uniques ou multiples, utiliser des données quantitatives ou qualitatives, prendre en compte un seul phénomène ou développer une nouvelle théorie. Ce livre fournit un manuel d’instructions unique et facile à suivre pour exploiter tout le potentiel de cette méthode de recherche. Avec Michael Neubert, ce livre a été écrit par un chercheur qui possède de nombreuses années d’expérience avec des designs d’études de cas et a déjà publié un grand nombre de livres et d’articles scientifiques.
Le design d’étude de cas est l’une des méthodes de recherche les plus utilisées et populaires ...read moreparmi les chercheurs et les professionnels. Une des raisons en est sa grande flexibilité. On peut analyser des études de cas uniques ou multiples, utiliser des données quantitatives ou qualitatives, prendre en compte un seul phénomène ou développer une nouvelle théorie. Ce livre fournit un manuel d’instructions unique et facile à suivre pour exploiter tout le potentiel de cette méthode de recherche. Avec Michael Neubert, ce livre a été écrit par un chercheur qui possède de nombreuses années d’expérience avec des designs d’études de cas et a déjà publié un grand nombre de livres et d’articles scientifiques.

Recent peer-reviewed article publications with Fellows of the EIM Research Institute

The purpose of this article is to shed light on explainable artificial intelligence in decision making by ...read morederiving a definition of the term which can be used by academics and practitioners as well. This will be achieved by creating an intertextual coherence for a term which can be described as ambiguously at best so far using a literature review and semantic analysis as research methodology. The main takeaway of this study is the derived definition that explainable AI in decision making seeks to increase trust and reliability in decision making by making black-box systems understandable, interpretable, and transparent to human users.

Research Code of Practice

This Research Code of Practice provides guiding principles and standards of good practice in research. It applies to all those undertaking research at the EIM Research Institute.