Michael Habersam

Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr.

Room: o.3.41

Phone: +43 (0)512 507 71436

Email: michael.habersam@uibk.ac.at

    Research interests:

    • Evaluation Research; European Capitals of Culture; Organizations in Arts, Culture, and Education
    • General business administration-/management-theory, focussing on ontological, epistemological, and methodological aspects of theory-building

    Selected publications:

    • Habersam, Michael; Piber, Martin (2023): The Role of Participation in European Capitals of Culture: Various Patterns and Consequences on Impact. In: Del Baldo, Mara; Piber, Martin; Demartini, Paola; Aureli, Selena: Cultural Heritage as a Trigger for Civic Wealth Creation and Sustainable Urban Development. Rom: RomaTrE-Press, ISBN 979-12-5977-201-5, pp. 103 - 123. [link]
    • Habersam, Michael; Piber, Martin; Skoog, Matti (2021): The hybrid state of public universities in Austria.
      In: Vakkuri, Jarmo; Johanson, Jan-Erik: Hybrid Governance, Organisations and Society. Value Creation Perspectives. London; New York [u.a.]: Routledge, ISBN 978-0-367-22211-6, pp. 183 - 201.  [link]
    • Habersam, Michael; Piber, Martin; Skoog, Matti (2021): "Calculative regimes in the making: implementation and consequences in the context of Austrian public universities", Qualitative Research in Accounting and Management Vol. 18 (2), pp. 169 - 194. [link]
    • Habersam, M., Piber, M. and Skoog, M. (2018) "Ten years of using knowledge balance sheets in Austrian public universities: A retrospective and prospective view", Journal of Intellectual Capital, Vol. 19 (1), pp.34-52. [link]
    • Habersam, M., Piber, M. and Skoog, M. (2013), “Knowledge balance sheets in Austrian universities: The implementation, use, and re-shaping of measurement and management practices”, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Vol. 24 4-5, pp. 319–337. [link]
    • Habersam, M. (2009). Management öffentlicher Krankenhäuser: Eine Rekonstruktion der theoretischen Grundlagen. SpringerLink Bücher. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. [link]
    • Habersam, M., & Piber, M. (2003). Exploring intellectual capital in hospitals: two qualitative case studies in Italy and Austria. European Accounting Review, 12(4), pp. 753–779. [link]



    • Research
    • Teaching
    • Program Director, Bachelor Program Management & Economics


    Prior affiliations:

    • Private University Witten/Herdecke, Germany
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