Prof. Dr. Tobias Dauth

Tobias Dauth

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Prof. Dr. Tobias Dauth

Consultant, Unit Price and Service Management

Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW
Neumarkt 9-19
04109 Leipzig, Germany

Phone +49 341 231039-230

Fax +49 341 231039-9230

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Prof. Dr. Tobias Dauth studied Business Administration at the University of Applied Sciences in Pforzheim and at the Kelley School of Business, USA. Following his studies he spent two years at a marketing-oriented management consultancy in Munich (BBDO Consulting, today Batten & Company). In 2008 he moved back into the scientific field and began his PhD at the Chair of International Management and Strategic Management at ESCP Europe in Berlin. He completed his doctorate in 2012 after which he was promoted to a post-doc position at ESCP Europe. In January 2013, Tobias Dauth accepted a professorship at the Rouen Business School in France. During April 2013 he took up an appointment at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL) and has since then worked there as an assistant professor of International Management. In June 2019 professor Dauth took over the position of Academic Director Executive Education and has started working as a consultant for the Unit »Price and Service Management« at Fraunhofer IMW.


JProf Dr. Tobias Dauth receives Best Paper Award at the 2015 Academy of Management (AoM) and European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conferences

The Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy in Leipzig is pleased to congratulate our colleague, Dr. Tobias Dauth, the recipient of two Best Paper Awards at the 2015 Academy of Management Conference (AoM) in Vancouver, Canada and at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference in Warsaw, Poland. Dr. Dauth’s winning paper was titled »The More International the Better? The Link Between International Experience Variety and Career Advancement« and was coauthored by Dr. Dimitrios Georgakakis and Prof. Dr. Winfried Ruigrok, both from University of St. Gallen. The study incorporated data from 170 firms headquartered in four European countries to examine the relationship between business executives’ international experience and the speed of career advancement. Results showed that any relationship between the two variables was moderated both by the firm’s degree of internationalization and the level of industry munificence, suggesting that contextual attributes played an important and contingent role in career advancement.


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