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PD Dr. André MARTINUZZI Head, Research Institute for Managing Sustainability, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna

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1985-1993 Project Manager and Consultant in the ICT sector
1993-2000 Research Fellow and Scientific Project Manager at the Interdisciplinary Institute of Environmental Economics, Vienna
2000-2006 Deputy Coordinator of the Research Center for Managing Sustainability, Project Manager of EU wide research projects (FP5, FP6), Vienna
since 2006 Director of the Research Institute for Managing Sustainability, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Vienna

Memberships

CEMS Faculty Group "Business and the Environment"
Commission "Sustainability Management" at the German Academic Association for Business Research (V.H.B. - Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft)
Thematic Working Group "Evaluating Sustainable Development" at the European Evaluation Society
Expert Group "Bellagio Principles for Measuring and Assessing the Progress towards Sustainable Development" (OECD, IISD, Rockefeller Foundation)

Publications

Martinuzzi, A., Krumay, B.: The good, the bad and the successful - how CSR leads to competitive advantage and organizational transformation, In: Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2013
Kopp, U., Martinuzzi, A.: Teaching Sustainability Leaders in Systems Thinking, In: Business Systems Review, Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp. 191-215
Martinuzzi, A.: Responsible Competitiveness - Linking CSR and Competitive Advantage in three European Industrial Sectors, In: Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik und Umweltrecht/Journal of Environmental Policy and Law, Vol. 3/2011, pp. 297-337, 2011
Pintér, L., P. Hardi, A. Martinuzzi, J. Hall: Bellagio STAMP: Principles for Sustainability Assessment and Measurement, In Ecological Indicators, Volume 17, June 2012, pp. 20-28, 2011

Awards

Sustainability Award 2012 of the Austrian Ministry of Environment and the Austrian Science Ministry
Senator Wilfing Price 2011 for outstanding research at WU Vienna
UNESCO project award 2006 for the EU-project "EASY-ECO - Evaluation of Sustainability"