Founder, President and CEO
MSc (Bayreuth), MBA (City), DBA (Ranepa), PhD (ISM)
Michael Neubert is the Founder, President and CEO of EIM, the European Institute of Management.
After a successful management career as CEO in the financial service industry, he continued his career in academia at different institutions of higher education in the USA, Europe, and Latin America. During this time, various business schools and universities relied on Michael as (visiting) professor, core faculty member, chair of the strategic committee, dissertation committee chair, member of the academic council, university research reviewer, or member of the examination board. In 2016 and 2017, he won a teaching excellence award. In 2021, he was nominated for a best paper award. Since 2022, Michael is a worldwide recognized tutor of the university of London and since 2023 an editorial board member of the Scopus rated International Journal of Environment, Workplace and Employment.
His teaching and research approach is based on his goal to improve managerial decision-making processes through the use of scientific methods like data analytics and theory development, and to motivate his doctoral students to make an original contribution to science and to publish their research results.
International Entrepreneurship, Higher Education, Pricing Strategies, Financial Technology
|EIM – European Institute of Management (eim.education).||
2021 - now
|United International Business School, Zurich/ Switzerland (uibs.org) ||2018 - 2022|
|University of Applied Science Vorarlberg, Dornbirn/ Austria (fhv.at) ||2016 - 2022|
|SRH Hochschulen ||2016 - 2022|
|Walden University (Adtalem Group), Chicago/ USA (waldenu.edu) ||2018 -2022|
|ISM International School of Management, Paris/ France (ism.edu) ||2015 -2021|
|University Liechtenstein, Vaduz/ Liechtenstein (uni.li) ||2006 -2017|
|PGCert in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of London (london.ac.uk)||2022|
|JRFM Best Paper Award 2021 Nomination||2021|
|University of Maryland, Global Campus, USA (umgc.edu) 2021||2021|
|Hongkong University, HK / China (hkufintech.com) ||2020|
|Harvard Business School Online, USA (online.hbs.edu/) ||2019|
|ISM – International School of Management, USA (ism.edu) Teaching Excellence Award ||2016, 2017|
|ISM – International School of Management, USA (ism.edu) ||2015|
|Columbia Business School, NYC, USA (gsb.columbia.edu) ||2003|
|RANEPA, Moscow, Russia (ranepa.ru) ||1998|
|City University, Seattle, USA (cityu.edu) ||1994|
|University of Bayreuth, Germany (uni-bayreuth.de) ||1993|
- Wahler, F. and Neubert, M. (2023). A scientific definition of explainable artificial intelligence for decision making. Int. J. Teaching and Case Studies, 14(1), 88–116.
- Ibanez, A., Van der Krogt, A., & Neubert, M. (2023). Impact and success factors of online education methods at university level in times of Covid-19. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 15(1), 58-73.
- Diaz, C. and Neubert, M. (2022). Application of artificial intelligence in international decision-making processes in the healthcare industry. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 13(4), 341-358.
- Diaz, C., Avella, A., Vera JR, J., & Neubert, M. (2022). Factors impacting consumer’s fairness perception in a dynamic pricing context: a systematic literature review. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 13(3), 181-206.
- Helou, K. E., & Neubert, M. (2022). How public policies shape entrepreneurial ecosystems. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 13(2), 112-134.
- Neubert, M. (2022). A Systematic Literature Review of Dynamic Pricing Strategies. International Business Research, 15(4), 1-17.
- Neubert, M. (2022). A Systematic Literature Review about the Speed of Internationalization. International Journal of Business and Management, 17(2), 80-111.
- Opoku-Asante, K., Winful, E. C., Sharifzadeh, M., & Neubert, M. (2022). The Relationship Between Capital Structure and Financial Performance of Firms in Ghana and Nigeria. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 7(1), 236-244.
- Neubert, M., & Rams, W. (2021). Africa GreenTec – Sustainable Internationalization in Sub-Saharan Africa (Live Case Study)
- Van der Krogt, A., & Neubert, M. (2021). MUV – Internationalization of a Ride-Hailing Start-up (Live Case Study)
- Dogra, A., & Neubert, M. (2021). Impact of business intelligence solutions on the internationalisation of French software firms. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 12(2), 140-154.
- Opeyemi, O. E., & Neubert, M. (2021). Project managers’ capacity-planning practices for infrastructure projects in Qatar: a multiple-case study. International Journal of Project Organisation and Management, 13(4), 379-408.
- Schaefer, S., Ashu, F., & Neubert, M. (2021). The impact of GDP and governance on venture capital investments for the period 2010-2019 (after the financial crisis and before the Covid-19 pandemic). International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 12(3), 219-232.
- Batsa, E. T., Abadir, S., & Neubert, M. (2020). Bicultural managers leading multicultural teams: a conceptual case study. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 11(1), 71-93.
- Gousgounis, Y. Y. L., & Neubert, M. (2020). Price-setting strategies and practice for medical devices used by consumers. Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, 19(3), 218-226.
- Gousgounis, Y. Y. L., & Neubert, M. (2020). Influence of packaging decisions on purchasing intention for home use medical devices-a multiple case study. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 11(3), 223-237.
- Halkias, D., & Neubert, M. (2020). Extension of theory in leadership and management studies using the multiple case study design. International Leadership Journal, 12(2), 48-73.
- Neubert, M. (2020). Pricing Decisions of FinTech Firms. International Journal of Marketing Studies, 12(3), 14-25.
- Neubert, M., Rams, W., & Utikal, H. (2020). Experiential learning with live case studies. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 11(2), 173-190.
- Tauhata, T., Flott, M., Neubert, M., & Omale, S. (2020). Impact of corporate venture capital firms’ organisation on their performance. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 11(3), 258-283.
- Velez, S., Neubert, M., & Halkias, D. (2020). Banking finance experts consensus on compliance in US bank holding companies: An e-Delphi study. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 13(2), 28.
- AbdulJabbar, R., & Neubert, M. (2019). Valuation perspectives of family-owned real-estate companies in Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 10(1), 72-86.
- Cohen, B., & Neubert, M. (2019). The influence of pricing strategies on corporate valuation. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 10(2), 125-156.
- Neubert, M. (2019). Funding innovations for sustainable growth in emerging markets. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 11(4), 16-24.
- Neubert, M., & Van der Krogt, A. (2019). Decision-makers impact on the internationalization of high-technology firms in emerging markets. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 9(1), 1-17.
- Ferguson, K. K., Soutter, L., & Neubert, M. (2019). Digital payments in Africa-how demand, technology, and regulation disrupt digital payment systems. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 10(4), 319-340.
- Soutter, L., Ferguson, K., & Neubert, M. (2019). Digital payments: impact factors and mass adoption in sub-saharan Africa. Technology Innovation Management Review, 9(7),41-55.
- Neubert, M. (2018). The impact of digitalization on the speed of internationalization of lean global startups. Technology Innovation Management Review, 8(5), 44-54.
- Neubert, M. (2018). Internationalisation behaviour of small and medium-sized enterprises from emerging markets: implications for sustainability. Latin American Journal of Management for Sustainable Development, 4(3), 226-238.
- Neubert, M., & Van der Krogt, A. (2018). Impact of business intelligence solutions on export performance of software firms in emerging economies. Technology Innovation Management Review, 8(9), 39-49.
- Neubert, M. (2017). Lean Internationalization: How to globalize early and fast in a small economy. Technology Innovation Management Review, 7(5), 44-54.
- Neubert, M. (2017). International pricing strategies for born-global firms. Central European Business Review, 6(3), 41-50.
- Neubert, M., & Van der Krogt, A. (2017). Lean internationalisation of high-tech firms. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 8(2-3), 133-150.
- Neubert, M. (2016). How and why born global firms differ in their speed of internationalisation-a multiple case study approach. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 7(2), 118-134.
- Neubert, M. (2016). Significance of the speed of internationalisation for born global firms-a multiple case study approach. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 7(1), 66-81.
- Schlup, R. A., & Neubert, M. (2016). How European Tier-one automotive suppliers evaluate and select efficient market entry modes to India. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 7(3-4), 308-326.
- Stuetzel, M., & Neubert, M. (2016). Africa-are small-and medium-sized enterprises wasting chances?. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 7(3-4), 252-270.
- Neubert, M. (2015). Early internationalisation of high-tech firms: Past accomplishments and future directions. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 6(4), 353-369.
- 2023: Le design d’étude de cas comme méthode de recherche
- 2023: Guía breve y sencilla para utilizar el estudio de casos como método de investigación
- 2022: The Multiple Case Study Design (co-author)
- 2020: The Innovative Business School (co-author)
- 2015: Internationalization of Born-Global Firms in High Technology (dissertation)
- 2014: Global Market Strategies: How to turn your company into a successful international enterprise
- 2013: Globale Marktstrategien
- 2012: Wie gut ist mein Ruf? (co-author)
- 2011: Internationale Markterschliessung (3rd edition)
- 1999: Venture Capital (co-author / dissertation)
- 1998: Computer Aided Selling
The purpose of this article is to shed light on explainable artificial intelligence in decision making by deriving 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.
- Introduction to Doctoral Studies (DBA, PGCert)
- Advanced Research Methods (DBA, PGCert)
- Development of Academic Studies (DBA, PGCert)
- Academic Writing and Publication (DBA, PGCert)
- Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education (PGCert)
- Instructional Design and Technology in Higher Education (PGCert)
Since 2016, Michael is a Member of the Academy of International Business