Eller Helene

Dr.

Academic experience

  • Year 2015 Graduation Doctoral Program in Management Science at University of Latvia, Riga

Dissertation: “Corporate Governance in Alpine Clubs in Europe”

 

  • Year 1996 Graduation Master in Business Education at University of Innsbruck

 

 

Professional experience

  • Since 06/2016 Senior Lecturer at ZHAW SML School of Management and Law

Lecturer Financial and Management Accounting

Research topics: Sustainable Accounting in/for NPO; Corporate Social Responsibility for NPO

 

  • 03 – 05/2016 Austrian Alpine Club, umbrella association, Innsbruck

Member of the managing board, LEADER of the finance department

 

  • Various other professional steps

 

Publications/Awards

  • “Corporate Governance in Alpine Clubs in Europe”, dissertation

 

  • Eller H. “Volunteers within an Organizational Context – One Term is not Enough”

In: Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 4, No. 9, September 2013, pp. 895-904; ISSN 2155-7950

 

  • Eller H. “Corporate Governance in Alpine Clubs – A Must Have”

In: Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 2014, pp. 747-757; ISSN 2155-7950; doi 10.15341/jbe(2155-7950)/05.05.2014/013

 

  • Eller H. “Reliability of Voluntary Governance in Member-Serving Nonprofit-Organizations, Empirical Research on Alpine Clubs in Europe
  • In: The 5th International Research Symposium in Service Management, June 8-12, 2014, Pärnu, Estonia; ISSN 1694-0938 (Young Service Researcher Award)

 

  • Best Presenter Awards:

“New Challenges of Economic and Business Development 2013” Conference, Latvia/Riga, Mai 2013

topic: “Corporate Governance in Alpine Clubs – Research on Umbrella Associations”

 

“International Business and Economics Conference 2012” Conference, Austria/Kufstein, Aug.2012

topic: “Corporate Governance in Alpine Clubs – Research Design”

 

“Current Issues In Economic and Management Sciences” Conference, Latvia/Riga, Nov. 2011

topic:  “Volunteers within an organizational context – one term is not enough”

 

  • Young Service Researcher Award:

“The 5th International Research Symposium in Service Management: Service Imperatives in New Economy – Future Directions in Service Research”

Topic: “Reliability of Voluntary Governance in Member-Serving Nonprofit-Organizations – Empirical Research on Alpine Clubs in Europe

 

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