Latest Update 01.09.2022
Welcome Message from the Scientific Director and Program Administrator from BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Program
Dear BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Program Students:
안녕하세요! I welcome you to the BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Degree Program in Business Administration. As the Scientific Director and the Program Administrator of the BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Degree Program on the BSL side, I will be your main contact person at BSL Business School Lausanne.
The BSL-aSSIST Dual Degree Doctoral Program in Business Administration is unique. In addition to obtaining a Ph.D. degree from aSSIST, Seoul Business School, you obtain a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree from BSL upon successful completion of the degree requirements. The DBA program at BSL is designed to combine your many years of high-level professional experience with academic rigor and research to provide novel solutions to business problems at the industry level.
The BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Degree Program offers many opportunities for students to meet and interact with BSL faculty and with other students in the program. BSL organizes Doctoral Acceleration Weeks (DAW) twice a year – in May and in November. During the DAWs, you can present your work-in-progress, listen to other students’ presentations and learn from the feedback they get, and follow lectures by BSL faculty on various aspects of the doctoral research and thesis writing process. Participation in DAWs is voluntary and not mandatory, but it is highly recommended to make the most out of your doctoral studies and research. You can attend the DAWs in person at BSL or online. Some of your fellow students from previous intakes took this opportunity to visit Switzerland and have face-to-face meetings with their BSL Supervisors and Faculty in addition to establishing personal or business contacts with other students in BSL’s DBA program.
I thank you again for choosing the BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Degree Program in Business Administration to advance your professional career with rigorous academic research that will bring novel industry-level insights and transformation prospects. I wish you all the best and much success during your studies and in your doctoral research.
Dr. Erdal Atukeren
Professor & Scientific Director and Program Administrator, BSL-aSSIST Dual Doctoral Degree Program
Professor Doctor Erdal Atukeren becomes an Editorial Board Member of journal Springer Nature
Professor Dr. Erdal Atukeren has become an Editorial Board Member of the journal “Springer Nature: Business and Economics (SNBE)” upon invitation. Professor Dr. Atukeren will be an associate editor for several papers per quarter.
Dr. Erdal Atukeren, teaches at:
- Swiss Business School (SBS)
- University of Applied Sciences Institute
- Business School Lausanne (BSL)
Professor Dr. Atukeren has also become a Guest Editor for a Special Issue of the MDPI journal “World”. The theme of the Special Issue is: “The World under COVID-19: Innovation, Risk and the Challenge of Global Economic Development”.
Special Issue Editor
Prof. Dr. Erdal Atukeren
1. SBS Swiss Business School – University of Applied Sciences Institute, CH-8302 Kloten (Zürich), Switzerland
2. BSL Business School Lausanne, CH-1022 Chavannes (VD), Switzerland
Interests: macroeconomics; applied econometrics; energy economics; economic development; sustainability; art markets
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Special Issue Information
We are organizing a Special Issue entitled “The World under COVID-19: Innovation, Risk and Challenge of Global Economic Development” of the journal World, which is a multidisciplinary and open-access journal devoted to past, present, and future links between economic, political, social, and/or environmental issues. More information about the journal can be found at https://www.mdpi.com/journal/world.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused changes in the social, technological, economic, environmental, political, legal, and ethical environment (STEEPLE) of societies and businesses to varying degrees. The pressing global challenges of digital transformation, climate change, and meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) took on a new dimension under COVID-19. As an unanticipated shock, the COVID-19 pandemic put economies and societies under much stress and brought about further discussion and research, not only in risk management but also in innovation management areas, such as open innovation. A key concept to emerge from the COVID-19 experience is the degree of “resilience” in the systems.
This Special Issue aims to publish findings and observations regarding the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic and global development with a focus on risk management, innovation management, and resilient systems in areas covering, but not limited to, the following: economic development; SDGs; sustainability; finance; economics; strategic management; supply chain and logistics, marketing and advertising; organizational behaviour; human resource management; labor economics and industrial relations; project management; tourism and hospitality; health services, public health; education; resource and environmental economics, and cultural economics.
We encourage the submission of notes, reviews, original research articles, empirical studies, conceptual papers, short communications, systematic reviews, and case studies targeting any of the above areas, and especially the papers related to the experience of COVID-19 for developing countries .
Prof. Dr. Erdal Atukeren