|Academic title||Prof. Dr.|
|Advisory Board member in||Austrian Economics Center, Weisse Wirtschaft|
Georg Winckler is a member of the advisory board of the Austrian Economics Center.
In this section we list interesting things that still have to be researched further, or that do not fit into the other sections.
CV of Georg Winckler.
Influence fields of Person
In this section we try to document where the person has which influence.
Leading employee in academia
- http://www.reko.ac.at/ (2000-2005), President of the Austrian Rectors' Conference
- http://www.univie.ac.at/ (1999-2011), Director, University of Vienna
- http://www.eua.be/ (2001-2005), Board member and vice-president, European University Association
- http://www.univie.ac.at/ (1994-1999), Director of the Center of International and Interdisciplinary Studies
Leading employee in the NGO sphere
- http://www.erstestiftung.org/ (since 2012), President, "ERSTE Stiftung"
Membership in the politics sphere
- http://ec.europa.eu (since 2009), Member of the PEOPLE Advisory Group, European Commission
- http://ec.europa.eu/index en.htm (since 2008), European Research Area (ERA), European Commission
- http://ec.europa.eu/research/eurab/index en.html (2004-2007), Member of the European Research Advisory Board (EURAB)
Employee in business sphere
- http://www.saint-gobain.com/ (1971-1972), Employee at Saint Gobain S.A.
Employee in academia sphere
- http://www.univie.ac.at/ (since 1978), Professor of Economics, University of Economics
Employee in politics sphere
- http://www.imf.org (1990-1991), Visiting scholar, International Monetary Fund
Lecturer in business sphere
- http://www.ebsummit.eu/, European Business Summit
Lecturer in academia sphere
- http://www.hrk.de/, German Rector's conference
- http://www.aca-secretariat.be/, Academic Cooperation Association
Lecturer in NGO sphere
- http://www.wkforum.org/WKF/2012/eng/index.php, World Knowledge Forum
Notes on the influence fields
Often people are present in various fields, but there presence can't be connected to specific actors (e.g. it is often senseless to connect the media presence of politicians to particular newspapers). We use this section to document these unspecific, but nonetheless important presences.
A more comprehensive list of George Winckler's lecturing activities can be found in his CV.